Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Honeywell articles below.
A survey of education facility managers reveals campus access control, site security, and occupant safety are key focus areas.
Open-area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) offers early warning in high, voluminous spaces without intrusive ceiling mounts.
Upgrades and modifications to enhance IAQ are critical, and funding from COVID-19 relief bills can help school facilities teams make them happen.
Honeywell used computer modeling to simulate air flow and movement of particulates in hotel common areas, results show filtration can potentially improve air quality and guests' confidence in hotel stays.
In the wake of COVID-19, hybrid workplaces may present the best solution for both organizations and employees.
Cloud-based SaaS offering provides customers with greater visibility on how their buildings are performing by bridging SAP’s IT data with Honeywell’s OT data.
Utilizing this lower-global-warming-potential refrigerant in more than 100 of its stores is part of the supermarket chain's sustainability efforts.
As part of its global study of four markets, Honeywell surveyed 500 workers who typically work in buildings with 500 or more employees across the United States.
In Maryland, the Prince George's County Public Schools will tap into a Public-Private Partnership (P3) Concession Agreement to design, build, and maintain six new schools.
The collaboration integrates Signify’s Interact connected lighting system, and its UV-C disinfection lighting, with Honeywell Building Management Systems and the Honeywell Forge enterprise performance management platform.
The cloud-based suite of tools, built on the Honeywell Forge platform, provides facility management and systems integrators remote access to fire system data.
The new Solstice® E-Cooling heat transfer agents from Honeywell cool data centers and other electronic applications with greater efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
Solstice N41 refrigerant is the first A1, nonflammable, reduced global warming potential (GWP), R-410A replacement refrigerant developed for stationary air conditioning systems.
When designing and installing a fire and life safety system a variety of challenges can exist. Here are 3 innovative products that meet the demands of these difficult applications.
View this free video webinar sponsored by NOTIFIER by Honeywell and learn about the fire and life safety products and software to protect your facility, staff and visitors, and keep your campus connected.
The ISA announced the first founding members of its new Global Cybersecurity Alliance (GCA) to advance cybersecurity readiness and awareness.
A VESDA “Aspirating Smoke Detector" alerts a facility’s fire safety system before an emergency unfolds, giving you time to evaluate and eliminate the potential hazard before it becomes a true safety issue.
This nonflammable, R-410A replacement refrigerant has received a provisional number and a preliminary A1 designation from ASHRAE, one stipulation needed to bring the product to market.
Outcome Based Service is a smart suite of services that use building performance data to focus maintenance activities where they are most needed to improve operational efficiency and maximize uptime.
The second phase of an energy performance contract between the service provider and a Newfoundland-based university aims to address $6 million of deferred maintenance.
The $19 million upgrade to the assembly plant's lighting, HVAC, hot water, and thermal energy systems will help meet mandated federal energy reduction goals.
Building operators prioritize the safety and security of their facilities over sustainability and productivity, according to a recent survey of nearly 500 buildings across seven major U.S. cities by Honeywell and KRC Research.
A survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults found that two-thirds would use some type of food and household product if it were available as an aerosol: chocolate was the most popular food item.
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