Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. HVAC articles below.
A new design for 2019 makes the High-5 HVLS ceiling fan more compact, but still as solid as ever.
Bring comfort to hard-to-reach work areas with the Big Ass Fans® Pivot 2.0.
Cumulative impact of three operational strategies helped a multi-tenant office building recertify LEED and boost its ENERGY STAR score.
Richie Stever, director of operations and maintenance, University of Maryland Medical Center, aims high and delivers results.
The HVAC company joins Baker Distributing Company to support champion driver Gus Dean and Young’s Motorsports.
The February 2019 issue features this year's Facility Executive of the Year. Plus, a look drones and FM, building envelope and energy, and our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
BuildingReports' announced its service members have reached the 5 million inspection report milestone, a growth rate of 150% from 2014.
The advanced line of water heaters feature composite construction tanks built to handle even the harshest water conditions.
Building envelope, energy management, and LED lighting are among the research areas to receive more than $40 million of funding.
Johnson Controls has extended the capacity range of its YORK® YZ Chiller beyond 1,000 tons — up to 1,350 tons.
Take a look at these facility management products to meet your needs in the coming year.
In response to the labor gap and shifting trends, HVAC industry leaders are pushing to include more women in this traditionally male-dominated field.
Several innovations have led the way to improved commercial boiler design and performance.
The December 2018 issue features HVAC, roofing, energy management, false alarms, and green restrooms. Plus, a look at passing the facility leadership torch.
Replacing the RCLX Large Cassette Series, this new series from Fujitsu features circular airflow for more consistent air distribution.
Significant enhancements and powerful integrations deliver safer and smarter building operations.
OmniPremier 25 ton to 50 ton commercial rooftop units offer superior standard efficiency levels and already meet stringent DOE 2023 energy efficiency requirements.
Facility managers should use an FCA as part of a technical investigation, to review assets or systems looking into the root causes of deterioration, and as a source for determining a building's replacement value.
The University of Maryland Medical Center garners operational benefits by installing reusable HVAC insulation in its central plant facilities.
Learn about the five biggest innovations in facility management technology we've seen this year. Plus, get a free ebook on more technology trends!
The October 2018 issue features green building, workplace design, zero energy, recycling furniture, and anti-terrorism security. Plus, we celebrate our 30th anniversary.
Remote balancing dampers are ideal for applications where it is difficult to gain access to manually adjust the damper for balance and airflow.
South Bronx hospital adopts new anti-microbial cooling tower technology to stave off Legionnaires' Disease and other biological health threats.
To satisfy energy efficiency and occupant demands, variable refrigerant flow systems may deliver on facility management needs.
In the heart of the UCLA campus, a LEED Platinum conference center inspires collaboration and innovation.
Since 2008, the university's facilities department has pursued improved IAQ (and energy savings) by retrofitting campus AHUs with ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
IDEC Corporation announced built-in support for the BACnet/IP building automation protocol by its family of MicroSmart FC6A Plus PLCs.
The August 2018 issue features facility security, including biometrics, school security, and stopping hackers. Plus, HVAC, roofing, restroom maintenance, lighting, and more.
…stay out of these 10 moist metros. A new ranking reveals this year’s America's Sweatiest Cities.
Tabs were created to clean and purify AC evaporator and condenser coils and are available in three distinct types.
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.
Fresh air is healthier than stale or polluted air, and while increasing ventilation may increase energy use, research shows the benefits of doing so outweigh costs.
Why state officials hold the keys to preventing Legionnaires’ Disease and ASHRAE Standard 188 is their best option for the next five years.
BioSpray Tower kills 99.9% of Legionella pneumophila when properly applied to hard non-porous surfaces like cooling towers, evaporative condensers, or fluid coolers.