Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. COVID-19 articles below.
In 2020, a coalition of commercial and health system labs and tech partners formed to collaborate on a testing data resource that can help businesses, schools, and public health officials understand local risk for COVID-19.
The efficacy of higher education facilities services remains in the spotlight, while budgets tighten.
From indoor air quality to a lack of flexibility, COVID-19 has exposed how buildings are falling short in providing livable, healthy, and sustainable spaces.
This year’s survey was focused on COVID-19 recovery and how the green building industry can thrive post-pandemic — with health, equity, and green building access cited as key factors for building re-entry.
The May 19 teleconference meeting will be the seventh in a series of meetings on how OSHA can improve its whistleblower program.
FourFortyFour South Flower is the first building in the world to earn the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark for Indoor Air and Water.
View this free video webinar and learn the policies and procedures various companies have used since the start of the pandemic to keep their employees safe.
Half the U.S. population continued to use public restrooms throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; 84% believe it’s important to have touchless fixtures, finds Bradley Corp. national survey.
Smart, connected technologies and advisory services help owners and operators meet the challenges of the "new normal" of today and tomorrow by ensuring occupant well-being, simplifying space management, and offering a more engaging experience, while facility teams remotely manage building systems for greater efficiency and reliability.
The Global Biorisk Advisory Council's response addresses newly revised CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting for SARS-CoV-2.
The ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force updated its airborne transmission guidance on the virus. And, CDC provided an update on surface transmission for community environments.
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.
New research from Robert Half shows employees' ideal work environment and feelings about returning to the office full time.
In new surveys, facility executives shared their plans to maintain or boost current protocols for disinfection, cleaning, and moving forward.
With COVID-19 cancelling events, the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (NOENMCC) took advantage of the downtime.
Indoor air quality, ventilation and filtration verification, and infection control program helps enhance student, teacher, and staff safety.
The complex is the first performing arts organization to earn the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark for Indoor Air Quality.
Many schools are asking themselves: How do we return children to the classroom in a way that is both safe and secure? The answer can be quite complex.
After pandemic pause, Pittsburgh International Airport will restart a critical infrastructure project that will build a modern, health-conscious airport.
Mold and hazard mitigation should be a top priority ahead of reopening a previously inactive property, especially if you plan on welcoming back employees.
Planned Companies' Pool Ambassador service provides clients with an on-site professional or professionals who are responsible for enforcing pool regulations such as making sure guests are socially distanced and public swimming areas are kept sanitary during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic enters its next phase, facility leaders are focusing on air quality to optimize their response to viral spread.
iCleanse uses UV-C technology to disinfect high touch surfaces, such as mobile phones, tablets, stethoscopes, ID badges, keycards, and more