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.
Facility management participation in this task can prove valuable for critical facilities according to FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane.
Facilities house a cross section of the population, and for Crane, some occupants are more "high maintenance" than others.
The increasing shortage of qualified facility management staffers has FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane a little concerned.
For FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane, 2006 begins with more advice on keeping your building pressure right where it belongs.
Revamping the boiler system to maximize BTUs helps FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane take down a moose.
Ever wonder what job placement ads are really saying when they describe a job? FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane cuts through the jargon and gets the real answers.
FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane thinks asking the right questions will help facilities avoid the confusion and destruction just witnessed on the Gulf Coast.
A look at a residential facility can offer some much needed perspective on running a commercial facility.
Crane offers some practical advice to keep your hardware from shutting down at the worst time.
For FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane, this year's relentless hurricane season underscores the importance of disaster planning.
Savoring the spirit of the 2004 Summer Olympics, Crane proposes some humorous events that will resonate with his peers.
As the political season heats up, Crane suggests new energy policies for any building in need of a tune up.
The crush of the media is overwhelming to Crane. How should he manage his case of information overload?
Crane hopes to help readers ensure facilities run smoothly during Mother Nature's most extreme season.
Crane's goal this month is to seek out and apply successful strategies.
While Crane admits outsourcing is a reality, he acknowledges there are ways to embrace it and at the same time advance your career.
An adventure outside of the comfort zone inspires Crane to respond to his own 12-step program.
Memories of snowy childhood winters give Crane new respect for those professionals in charge with keeping people safe, informed, and productive.
While in the transitional mode, Crane enjoys the luxury of a gracious exit.
Electricity, as well as other "dangerous" elements in a facility should always be handled with safety in front of mind.