Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Professional-Development articles below.
On average, lightning kills more people than hurricanes and tornadoes combined every year.
The individuals include those representing facility managers, building owners, local code officials, lighting manufacturers, and fire protection engineers
I have been tasked with implementing a solid, yet flexible and functional asset/inventory tracking system for all of the company assets.
Building Information Modeling can help facility managers stay up to date.
Guest Columnist Teresa L. Jakubowski explains how new standards of Titles II and III of the ADA can be decoded.
Occupational safety programs are key to maintaining a healthy and productive workforce, even in a down economy.
Guest Columnist Bill Garland recommends facility managers look beyond face value when partnering with outside firms.
Guided self assessments are tools to supplement professionally administered data collection.
Tune in at 12:00 pm CST on Wednesday, June 22 for a free webinar as Joe Day, senior account executive at Air Cycle, explains...
Tony Rankin explains how many aspects of sustainable design translate into substantial savings for budgets as well.
The company has partnered with the Student Conservation Association to foster and teach environmental stewardship in a variety of job types.
Reducing the waste in food service facilities presents both economic and environmental benefits.
In part two of this commissioning feature, find out how savings can come from systems and equipment optimization.
In this final piece in the series, Columnist Krall looks at how recycling programs at large facilities can have big benefits.
Columnist Daniel Krall reveals how lamps in landfills carry financial, environmental, and public relations risks.
For the third consecutive year, TFM is conducting a survey of its readership about lighting.
Guest Columnist Paul Liesman provides the first part of a two part series on building commissioning.
Facility Fusion Conference & Expo will help facility, design, and real estate professionals recharge their careers through instructor led educational courses, an expo showcasing the latest workplace products and services, facility tours, and other professional development and networking opportunities.
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A powerful community of facility managers, industry leading suppliers, and world class speakers will gather at The Palmer House in Chicago on April 13, 2011 during The TFM Forum: Energy and Sustainability.
Global FM held its 10th International Workshop in Atlanta, GA. Entitled “Managing FM Across Borders,” the event took place one day prior to IFMA's World Workplace in Atlanta, GA.
In February 2011, National Office Furniture will provide a $25,000 Gift of Inspiration to a healthcare facility that registers on its website.
On Monday, November 15, BOMI International announced it would waive all enrollment fees through the end of 2010.
In addition to paper files, what other items should facilities consider keeping secure upon disposal?
The bill directs the GSA to identify core competencies, professional certifications, a recommended curriculum, and continuing education courses to ensure that federal buildings are operated in accordance with industry best practices and standards.
Guest Contributor Ramin R. Cherafat looks at how expandability, flexibility, and phasing support projects.
Today is America Recycles Day, an event aimed at having individuals and organizations focus on their recycling actions.
One member will receive the Bernard H. Falk Award, and five others NEMA's Kite and Key Award.
Guest Contributor Vince Duobinis explains why this old concept receives renewed interest.
The Providence Group, LLC provides consulting services to hotels with the aim of stabilizing operations and ensuring optimal value of the facility.
The recipient, an nine-year employee of Oswego Industries, received the award from the New York State Industries for the Disabled, Inc. (NYSID).
Maintaining a history of steady salary growth, real estate management professionals holding the CPM designation earned a median base salary of $94,000 in 2009, up from $90,000 in 2006; $81,256 in 2003; $72,300 in 1999; and $42,000 in 1984.
Guest Contributor Roger McFadden illustrates how safety is critical in establishing a best in class operation.
Guest Contributor William Zollinger explains how data rich and
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