Childress Klein Properties
Resource pages for "Childress Klein Properties"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
In challenging times, repurposing or reconfiguring facility spaces can help.
Columnist Jeff Crane ponders long-term alternative energy options in response to cap and trade possibilities
In this expanded FM Frequency offering, Jeff Crane explains how an indoor air quality complaint triggered this hypothetical investigation.
In an unprecedented act of humility (and a touch of insanity), FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane interviews...himself!
FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane makes the case for smart economic development in suburbia.
TFM Columnist Jeff Crane argues that professional development shouldn't come to a screeching halt when there's no money to participate in far flung conferences.
FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane presents this conclusion to his moldy vacation cottage investigation.
TFM Columnist Jeff Crane says the best days are ahead
In the first part of this facility riddle, Crane challenges readers to don their thinking caps.
In honor of TFM's 20th anniversary, Crane makes some daring predictions for the next two decades.
As the need to do more with less increases, Crane offers some clever cuts in essential services.
This month's column from Jeff Crane drifts into the realm of the radical.
Tax preparation is an unexpected religious experience for FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane.
Crane shares this interactive session with a thought provoking reader.
A peek inside the fictitious life of temporary facility manager, Ms. Y (courtesy of "Dear Diary").
Confessions under the knife: anesthesia exposes the trippy side of Crane's facility sensibilities.
The new year is revealing an optimistic side of FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane.
They may not be raindrops on roses, but there are some things that make Jeff Crane happy.
There are alternatives to the traditional method of budget preparation.
Before making purchases, facility managers need to define what the use of energy efficient technologies can do for their office building's carbon footprint.