Resource pages for "FE-June-2018"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Shield the building envelope from damaging exterior forces with routine, preventive maintenance.
In its latest annual market report, American Wind Energy Association highlights expansion of this power source.
The first of these network types is familiar to facilities, while the second is emerging. What do you need to know?
Cultivating a healthy indoor environment can begin with sound daylighting strategies.
Look at both products and processes when evaluating this initiative for healthy buildings.
A look at various types of shuttles that can be offered to employees: inter-corporate campus, office to local conveniences, and public transport to office.
Heightened interaction between parking management staff and those using the facilities can bring benefits.
With partners from public and private sectors, the U.S. DOE Better Buildings Challenge is a platform for innovation and collaboration.
Why state officials hold the keys to preventing Legionnaires’ Disease and ASHRAE Standard 188 is their best option for the next five years.
Honing soft skills is key to handling the myriad scenarios encountered working in the facilities profession.
Consistent, effective processes help to ensure a healthy environment for occupants and employees alike.
At Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation’s first, facility upgrades help to steer 21st century operations.
For construction projects, integrating all relevant dimensions holds promise for improved outcomes.
In offices that feature a variety of space types, breakrooms still remain a central draw.
When redesigning office space, blending new and old often yields valuable outcomes.
Which aspects of the physical workplace impact employees most, and what can facility planners do about it?
Natural disasters can be sudden and unpredictable in the damage they inflict on facilities.
The June 2018 issue features a look at workplace design, including productivity, breakrooms, furniture, and natural light. Plus, green cleaning, energy efficiency, healthcare facilities, and more.
Gaps in operational excellence are linked to hampered productivity, unnecessary repair costs, and retiring staff.