Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Certification articles below.
Cintas' distribution centers have earned Gold level under the TRUE (Total Resource Use and Efficiency) certification system for zero waste.
In recognition of its commitment to sustainable practices—including recycling, landscaping and transportation efforts—Standard Insurance Company received Portland's Sustainability at Work gold workplace certification.
Independent audit validates Manhattan’s computer controls, data processing controls, and lease transactional processing capabilities.
The organizations will create an early-career certification for commercial property managers and produce online education for the commercial real estate industry.
Building owners and parking operators are rethinking parking structure design and operation to support more sustainable mobility.
Achieving a zero waste operation does not come without challenges, but the benefits are many: cost savings, energy savings, reduced air and water pollution, and more.
Company has goal of 100 new DD Green certified restaurants by year-end 2016.
The Cleaning Industry Training Standard (CITS) has been designed specifically to help address the need for training, improved professionalism, and increased pride across all segments of the cleaning industry.
Latest changes will extend the benefits of the WaterSense program to all irrigation professionals certified by WaterSense labeled programs.
The Green Building Initiative (GBI) has announced a diverse list of recently completed construction projects in the institutional, commercial, and retail segments.
The company was recently recognized by BIFMA's level certification for sustainable practices in remanufacturing furniture panel systems.
Certification allows a manufacturer to ensure greater sustainability for their products and throughout their entire supply chain.
As unemployment throughout the country remains at record levels approaching 10%, AFE officials urged state employment agencies to provide unemployed workers with training in facilities-related professions where there is a growing shortage of skilled workers.
Guest Contributor Victoria Hardy says the career jungle isn't getting any easier, but with the right tools, facility professionals will be better poised to bag the big prize.