Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Retail Facilities articles below.
Analyzing more than 20,000 workers’ compensation insurance claims, AmTrust Financial Services identified top three injuries with highest average payout.
The NYC bridal shop and reality TV venue for TLC's “Say Yes To The Dress” show upgraded its lighting for better color rendering.
Ordering a utility audit on a facility’s water, sewer, and stormwater bills reveals any overcharges that an organization may be paying.
Holiday decorating in retail facilities can require a significant amount of energy and maintenance to provide an appealing, safe environment.
The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association has released a customizable template designed to help retail facilities managers assess the status of stores following a natural disaster.
For this owner of three locations, it was important to install an intrusion system with minimal disruption to the buildings themselves as well as day-to-day operations.
Technology that monitors building systems in food retail facilities can help to reduce inefficiencies and operating costs.
With building occupants increasingly relying on mobile devices, facility management recognizes the imperative to provide reliable networks — among other technology amenities.
Florida-based BrandSmart USA carried out a $2 million+ energy retrofit by employing the Property Assessed Clean Energy finance tool. Facility management service firm ABM managed the project for the retailer.
PRSM, the retail facilities maintenance association, has selected new officers for the 2016-17 term.
This pre-engineered, modular solar PV solution aims to help facilities scale their renewable energy programs with minimal disruption.
Black Friday is past, but the holiday shopping is in full swing — raising safety concerns for retail facility managers.
Crowd management measures are critical during major sales events; U.S. Labor Department’s OSHA sends reminder to retail associations.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state governments have recently shone the spotlight on retailers’ role as hazardous waste generators, hitting these companies with tens of millions of dollars in fines based on violations of state and federal hazardous waste laws. This white paper from PRSM reviews the options for retailers.
Using its Niles, OH store as a test location, the retailer seeks to reduce energy in more than 112 million square feet of occupied facility space by at least 20% by 2020.