Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. exterior-maintenance articles below.
This time of year, facility managers in warmer regions may face parking lot damage from heavy rains, standing water, and intense sun.
The company’s service involves the application of disinfectant products to walkways, patios or decks, fences, gates, playground equipment, stadium seating, park benches, outdoor furniture and tables, and most other outdoor hardscape surfaces.
A visual guide and checklist document from Western Specialty Contractors helps facility management to identify and track damage to components of parking structures.
Minimize damage to parking structures during the winter months, and keep drivers safe.
The Hauler 4x4 series from Textron Specialized Vehicles is designed to perform the heavy lifting chores at a facility.
Turf magazine, focused on topics related to lawn care and landscape management, will relaunch in the first quarter of 2019.
To ensure signage longevity, consider location and climate in decision-making when choosing this exterior element for your facilities.
As cold weather begins to abate, conduct inspections to ensure building envelope integrity and appearance are up to par.
The ATM 162 is a hillside slope mower that provides safety and comfort.
As the mercury rises, CMMS provider FacilityDude highlights four areas to watch to keep your facilities in check.
Designed for exteriors as well as facility interiors, the Gumwand is a system designed to aid in the task of gum removal from a variety of common surfaces.
Facility managers in regions that get snow and ice face higher levels of risk and liability during the winter months. It is crucial to have a snow management plan in place.
Keep America Beautiful reports, on average, 54% less cigarette litter in communities implementing its Cigarette Litter Prevention Program in 2011.