To successfully transition employees into a facility management role, work is require from both organizations and individuals.
Provider of integrated facility services and solutions, ABM has joined the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), administrator of the WELL Building Standard.
This SBC accreditation for Spacwell recognizes buildings that have smart tech infrastructure in place to evaluate a building’s behavior and performance.
First certified in 2018, the organization embraces this event-focused ISO standard in pursuit of the “triple bottom line” of sustainability — economic, environmental, and social impacts.
A division of ISSA, the Global Biorisk Advisory Council recently certified Honolulu's Salon Blanc, New England's Gillette Stadium, and other facilities across the U.S.
BRE Global consulted with HOK to adapt its green building standard for new construction in the United States.
The Stonestown Family YMCA in San Francisco is the first fitness facility in the world to be awarded WELL Certification.
The Insurance Institute For Business & Home Safety offers a set of building guidelines and standards for protecting against extreme weather for increased resilience.
The Center for Active Design bestowed a Fitwel 2 Star Rating to theMART, an iconic four million square foot Chicago property.
ATIS Alert notifies customers when it is time for their building’s elevators, escalators, and other conveyances to be inspected.
Uptime Institute has announced its TIER-Ready Program for equipment manufacturers, aimed at easing the planning process for data center facility managers.
The CLSS-HC is the first of new specialist certifications for facility managers and others responsible for ensuring safety at their facilities.
Energy Department and National Institute of Building Sciences Release Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines.
Tricks Columnist Kevin Folsom sorts through the various continuing education options for one operations manager. From the August 2013 issue.
Facility professionals with strong leadership skills are increasingly in demand at healthcare and higher education institutions.
Changes are on the horizon for third-party green product certification initiatives.