Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Awards articles below.
The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) has awarded Yale New Haven Health its 2020 Excellence in Health Care Facility Management Award.
The Kennedy Center Expansion in Washington, DC was chosen as Overall Winner, while 12 other projects have also been recognized.
ASHE has named the Atrium Health Cleveland plant operations and maintenance team its 2020 Energy Champion for leadership in becoming a more energy-efficient facility.
The U.S. EPA announced notable projects by organizations and facilities making environmentally-friendly strides in green power, green refrigeration, and products with safer chemicals.
The Enlighted IoT platform captures granular data about activities inside facilities, and this year the company applied its technology to help minimize exposure risk in the workplace.
These eight green building award recipients include Pepsi World Trade Center, Prologis, and Nicaragua’s first LEED-certified project.
The prestigious honor recognizes safety leadership in three categories; the winners will be announced virtually October 1.
The 50,000 square foot museum and screening facility on Liberty Island was PCI's 2020 co-winner of the Special Awards: Sustainable Design category.
Today, Starnet® Commercial Flooring, the network of full-service commercial flooring contractors, announced the winners of the 22nd Annual Starnet Design Awards. The awards —...
This annual award from AIA recognizes building projects that integrate high design with advanced performance in 10 key areas.
The American Society for Health Care Engineering announces the winners of its 2020 Vista Awards for design and construction initiatives at healthcare facilities.
The deep data granularity of this energy analytics engine for buildings allows it to adapt to new energy efficiency measures while guaranteeing energy savings.
The University of Colorado Boulder is overall winner of the Pac-12 Zero Waste Challenge for the 2019 football campaign.
The Propane Education & Research Council awards architectural and engineering firm TSP its 2019 Propane Project of the Year prize of $10,000 for its work on Andes Central High School in South Dakota.
Nominations are being accepted now for the 2020 Facility Executive of the Year Award. Materials are due by Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
Bill Davies received the 2019 Remanufacturing ACE Award from the Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) during its World Remanufacturing Conference earlier this month.
With this annual award, our magazine highlights individuals for their work on a successful strategic initiative or construction project — recognizing the value they bring to their organizations.
With national and regional winners, this challenge is an effort held under the EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management Program.
Organizations that reached energy, water, or financial goals for 2019 through the Challenge were recognized, while a Better Buildings, Better Plants Waste Reduction Pilot program was introduced.
These annual awards recognize organizations and individuals pioneering new ways to use energy more effectively in buildings, homes, and beyond.
A leading provider of sustainable workplace solutions, the company received the 2019 Supply Chain Sustainability Excellence Award from Con Edison.
The American Council of Engineering Companies awarded the project team for the airport facility’s SkyConnect Automated People Mover and a rental car center.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded eight organizations for leadership in the Better Buildings Initiative’s Advanced Rooftop Unit (RTU) Campaign.
Projects honored by the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association (ARMA) include a children’s hospital and a veterinary hospital.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2018.
Energize Denver saved $13.5M from 2016 to 2017, and once again saw 90 percent of covered buildings comply with the program.