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This case study illustrates how one house of worship found a maintenance-friendly solution with adequate output to address challenging situations.


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This case study illustrates how one house of worship found a maintenance-friendly solution with adequate output to address challenging situations.

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Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Case-Studies articles below.


FREE CASE STUDY: High Praise For Lighting – Christ Baptist Church

This case study illustrates how one house of worship found a maintenance-friendly solution with adequate output to address challenging situations.

FREE CASE STUDY: Back To School – Appalachian State University

This case study examines how the decision maker at Appalachian State University took the long-term view when he opted to go with an LED lighting solution.

FacilityBlog Exclusive: Deterring Birds from Hangars

The threat that birds can pose to life was demonstrated by the safe emergency landing of the U.S. Airways passenger jet in New York City’s Hudson River. The threat was further emphasized when commercial airline crews reported more than two dozen emergency landings, aborted takeoffs and other scary incidents due to collisions with birds.

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