new service spotlight
Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. new service spotlight articles below.
Pella's architects, engineers, technicians, and CAD drafters provide assistance on window and door selections for facility managers and their architects and general contractors.
Five new integrated offerings aim to address a growing demand for supplier consolidation and reduced procurement costs.
Through alliances with energy services companies (ESCOs), GE Lighting is continuing its work providing customers with a full-service approach to energy savings.
Facility managers specifying ceiling, suspension, and wall system products can access this tool to evaluate their sustainable choices.
The company has doubled the weather exposure limited warranty for its line of DensArmor Plus® interior panels from six months to 12 months.
This service helps organizations identify their risk of damage from earthquake activity using an industry-accepted methodology.
The online energy savings estimator provides facility managers with potential cost savings and carbon emissions reduction from using energy saving window film.
Facility managers can calculate their facility water usage and potential savings using a iPhone.
This recently introduced analysis service is based on Andrews’ proprietary Security Effectiveness and Efficiency (SEE) methodology.
This service provides companies with a full suite of solutions focused on re-using, recycling and co-processing waste in the most beneficial manner.
This service from PeopleCube focuses on helping organizations identify how their real estate space is actually being used.
A new Energy Services practice consolidates and enhances the Boston-based company's previous portfolio of energy management offerings.
This CMMS database “check up” provides facility managers an economical way to review the condition of their stored maintenance data.
Borrego Solar Systems, Inc. recently introduced a financing option for schools, companies, and government organizations that want to begin using solar energy to power their facilities.
Through this service, Trane works with healthcare facility managers to identify conditions in their physical facilities that are taking away from the effectiveness of patient care.
Facility managers can access this Web-based tool to calculate potential lighting-related energy savings available with occupancy sensors.
A new program from CORT, a national furniture rental provider, can increase an organization's access to cash.
Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc. (EH&E) has launched a service to improve building systems performance and energy efficiency in healthcare facilities.