Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. signage articles below.
Establish wayfinding standards to improve visitor and staff experiences, now and in the future.
The October 2017 issue features a focus on sustainability, including groundskeeping, lighting, roofing, energy purchasing programs, and more. Plus, a look at emerging tech, HVAC, and strategic planning.
Canon offers three Colex Sharpcut flatbed cutter models to serve markets requiring automatic knife cutting, creasing, and routing operations.
American Heart Association survey finds many employees lack training to help during a health emergency — and at least half do not know where to find an AED in their facility.
To understand further how students are using their libraries, a Cincinnati architecture firm surveyed more than 20 of these higher education facilities.
Part of the FireHorse emergency lighting product line, the FHEX26 and FHEC34 are UL 924-listed wet location LED exit signs.
Some cities and states have adopted a different symbol that was created to be more dynamic and suggestive of movement than the ISA.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2016.
Signify is a line of outdoor signs that integrate exterior signage with key elements of facility architecture.
Joan is the first ever digital door label to receive the award, beating out a record number of competing entries this year – almost 5,200 from 57 countries.
Version 2 of the S2 Magic Monitor is a dynamic digital canvas that displays video, text, signage, and media across an enterprise.
This motorized hoist is designed to ease the process of displaying (and changing) a banner in facilities.
Designed for healthcare facilities, the versatility of this signage system helps elevate patient care in a secure manner.
New research reveals that 41% of Americans don’t trust companies whose logos they don’t like. Furthermore, a third went so far as to say that they wouldn’t buy or use something from a company whose logo they didn’t like.
Designed for use with the company's 9000 label and sign printer, this product allows users to make large custom safety signs and markers.
Lesson to facility managers: don't be surprised by the silly responses you might get to the signs you post around your buildings and sites. You are not alone.
An electrical panel floor marking kit aids facility managers in complying with OSHA regulation 1910.303.
Here's another batch of humorous signs that have an unusual way of conveying a message.
One facility management professional struggles with the problem of finding the right tool to help with scheduling and signage for meeting rooms.
DuraLabel Label & Sign Photo Contest, which wraps up on Sunday, July 31, will give away a free Kindle 3G ($189 value) to the winner who submits the most interesting photo.
The sign company headquartered in Moorestown, NJ has introduced a new division, focused on signage and lighting services.
TFM Columnist Jim Elledge recommends a few solutions for creating customized signs from existing scheduling programs.
For facility professionals, restroom signs are pretty standard and straightforward. Or ARE they? Around the world, the universal language of biological necessity has a much more creative flair.
This modular system that dispenses standard infection control products and displays health related information can be used in all types of facilities.
The Heat by Design convective picture heater uses a patented carbon fiber heating element system that is embedded behind the image. The flat carbon fiber elements safely increase the temperature of medium sized rooms by 3° to 7° F.
In Wales, the message conveyed in a road sign has caused a bit of a scandal in this classic case of taking something far too literally.
What's the good of being photographed next to a sign with spelling mistakes?