Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. project management articles below.
Tarrant County College opted to use Job Order Contracting (JOC) for its major renovation, allowing multiple projects to be completed through a single contract.
Through its Facilities Program Management Business Group, LAN helps K-12 education clients implement all phases of a school bond program.
On September 20, this facilities education event brought together professionals from around the Greater Philadelphia area for discussions on best practices, lessons learned, and plans for the future of FM.
These two companies have partnered to capture 3D images of buildings and hardware for use in design, engineering, construction, and facility operations.
A master plan can not only be a roadmap to guide next steps, but can also provide the framework to remain agile and responsive to change.
Revamping a former department store space, multi-specialty physician practice Delta Medix has consolidated five offices in Scranton, PA.
Registration is now open for Facility Executive Live! Now in its second year, the September 20, 2018 event is tailored to address the diverse responsibilities of facility management.
Uptime Institute has announced its TIER-Ready Program for equipment manufacturers, aimed at easing the planning process for data center facility managers.
This mixed reality program, the world's first for property and facilities management, explores solutions for workplaces of the future.
The National BIM Guide for Owners provides building owners with an approach, from their own profession’s standpoint, to create and fulfill building information modeling requirements for a typical project.
Project owners say less than one-third of projects completed on time and on budget; talent shortages are a challenge with continued demand for external resources.
This webinar from the Gordian Group examined the impact of change orders on construction projects from the perspectives of a solution provider and an owner. It is available to view on demand now.
At first blush, it sounds like a simple project: paint a champagne colored stripe on the wall of a movie theater lobby. But as general contractor Jesse Truesdale will tell you, the devil is in the details.
I know we're supposed to trust our vendors, but do any of you bother with photo or video verification of completed tasks? If so, do you find it helpful?
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