Resource pages for "severe weather"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
In Florida, Pensacola State College needed flooding mitigation and a roof replacement after a devastating hurricane.
At least 45 million buildings in the U.S. have unhealthy levels of mold, including offices, schools, hospitals, and homes.
How innovative weather technology protects utility providers and supports better emergency response coordination during weather disasters
Mass notification solutions leverage existing communication tools and tie components together in a single interface.
As the 2022 hurricane season picks up, facility executives should brush up on how to best keep buildings safe during adverse weather events.
Florida Building Code-certified AEL-42-7020-MD protects PTAC ventilation openings in building facades during high-velocity hurricane conditions.
Workplace safety in America isn't all about Covid-19: A new study finds workers still worry about emergencies like cyberattacks, severe weather, significant outages, and workplace violence.
Facility managers may want to invest in structural elements that exceed the protection provided in building codes.
View this free video webinar and learn how to use technology in your facilities for mass notification, the benefits of combining on-premises notification with mobile alerts, and more.
OMG’s line of TerminEdge Fascia and PermaSnap Coping systems are suitable for use on hospitals, schools, or other buildings that are often designated as “shelters” during severe weather events.
Shield the building envelope from damaging exterior forces with routine, preventive maintenance.
Natural disasters can be sudden and unpredictable in the damage they inflict on facilities.
Maintenance is key to extending the life of commercial roofing through extreme weather conditions.
Schindler offers advice to building and facility managers on how to protect elevator equipment and occupants before, during, and after a storm.
The August 2017 issue features a focus on security, including cyber attacks, video surveillance, and strategic approaches. Plus, indoor air quality, fire safety, restrooms, pest control, energy efficiency, and more.