Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. FE-October-2018 articles below.
Assessing facilities against Best Practices for Anti-Terrorism Security (BPATS) is a multi-faceted process.
Chicago’s Richard J. Daley Center’s achieved recertification via the new LEED v4.1 performance path.
A new report from the DesignLights Consortium sheds valuable light on retrofit opportunities.
Consider these green building strategies, inside and out, when planning facility upgrades.
Sensor technology is on the rise for use in workplace design and evaluation processes.
Here are six reasons why these renewable energy systems should undergo the commissioning process before startup.
When it comes to mass notification, consider integration capabilities to provide for improved situational awareness and emergency response.
From the innocuous to obnoxious, a multitude of sound sources surrounds many facilities.
Whether building a new facility or expanding, site water management should be an early consideration.
The University of Maryland Medical Center garners operational benefits by installing reusable HVAC insulation in its central plant facilities.
With new options, UTVs serve many practical purposes in a facility landscape management fleet.
For snow and ice management, environmental concerns join the long-held focus on cost, efficiency, and safety.
At commercial facilities, well-kept outside spaces are important to employees and visitors alike.
Remanufactured furniture is an option that facility managers will want to consider for financial and sustainability reasons.
With sustainability and cost in mind, here are three ideas for unwanted office furniture.
Facility management is on the front line of an expanding vision for the built environment.
Workplace data tells a story, and facility management’s interpretation matters.
Since the first issue was published in 1988 much has changed. Facility management has evolved with the times.