Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. surveys articles below.
The global survey found the main frustrations for restroom visitors are unclean toilets; lack of tissue paper; and unclean common areas.
In its 10th annual Global Data Center Survey, Uptime Institute finds this growing sector is adapting to rapid change on multiple levels.
This joint initiative aims to arm the real estate and facility management industry with insights on working from home experiences during the COVID-19 crisis, after social distancing policies are relaxed.
The architecture firm's survey of more than 5,000 office workers found workplace effectiveness and experience have declined, due to continued dramatic shifts in the way people are working.
Analyzing more than 20,000 workers’ compensation insurance claims, AmTrust Financial Services identified top three injuries with highest average payout.
Green buildings are viewed as common practice in a recent survey by STO Building Group — not one respondent said the movement is a passing fad.
A recent survey of facility planners by builder Mortenson finds nearly half believe there will be more construction activity on their campus over the next three years, compared to the past three.
Industry supplier New Pig asked facilities about their site protocols for protecting drains and other areas subject to stormwater runoff.
An August 2019 survey by the American Psychological Association finds one-third of U.S. adults say fear of mass shootings prevents them from going to certain places or events.
The Uptime Institute 9th Annual Global Survey found enterprise data centers run majority of all IT workloads, with the need for resilience across hybrid infrastructure seen as a major focus.
A just released study from Interface helps inform facility managers on the importance of acoustical solutions for the current and future workforce.
A recent survey by Everbridge finds a corporate environment with heightened security awareness has not translated into tangible preparedness for majority of organizations.
The 2019 Staples Workplace Survey finds employees value having a choice when it comes to where they work and the environments that inspire them to be most productive.
In 2018, the National Institute of Building Sciences Off-Site Construction Council (OSCC) followed up an initial survey on how the U.S. construction sector is using off-site strategies.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2018.
A new survey from ARC reveals insight into the evaluation and acquisition of technology that facilities teams use to meet operating objectives.
The results of this 8th annual survey examines how operators are handling challenges, including the business case and cost of hybrid IT approaches.
A second annual Capital One Workplace Environment Survey finds flexibility remains high on the list of priorities for employees.
Parking professionals' focus on technology tools and mobility options remains strong, according to latest survey from the International Parking Institute.
World Resources Institute and MIT Sloan School of Management have proposed a method to help pinpoint where utilities and local governments may need to fortify water management efforts.
The industry magazine surveyed its facility management subscribers for this 25th annual recognition.
A recent survey of facility end-users provided insight into the cleaning and maintenance products and processes being used more frequently.
A provider of managed services and technology, Canon Business Process Services delves into which service issues are capturing the attention of facilities decision-makers.
With the future of this popular U.S. EPA program uncertain, MACH Energy has published the results of its recent survey of 400 building and facility professionals to examine the topic.
As the spookiest day of the year approaches, staffing firm Robert Half highlights the cities with the most hair-raising commutes.
A new report released by the National Institute of Building Sciences and the Green Sports Alliance offers insights, shares results on strategies for sports facilities managers.
A nationwide survey conducted by the firm during September 2016 reveals that four in five employers will grant workers Thanksgiving and the following day off with pay.
In a recent survey conducted by Staples, it was found that some office workers may take their reliance on a coffee break to the extreme.
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