TFM-July-2008 | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

As a hospitality venue in Virginia springs into the 21st century, it keeps a steadfast focus on its history.


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As a hospitality venue in Virginia springs into the 21st century, it keeps a steadfast focus on its history.

TFM-July-2008

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. TFM-July-2008 articles below.


Hospitality Case Study: Richly Restored

As a hospitality venue in Virginia springs into the 21st century, it keeps a steadfast focus on its history.

Government Case Study: Come Together

Solano County Government Center brings the one stop shopping concept to this Californian community.

Special Feature: Reducing Life Cycle Costs

This "apples to apples" approach is gaining clout with facility professionals in charge of project management and product procurement.

Services & Maintenance: Commissioning For Existing Facilities

Performing a check up on a building can provide valuable knowledge about its inner workings.

Professional Development: Office Clutter? Don’t Agonize, Organize!

Guest Contributor James O'Connor claims a little bit of desk tidying goes a long way towards being clutter free.

FM Frequency: The Sales Rep’s Guide To Facility Managers

Crane gives away the secret to getting the attention of this powerful purchasing audience.

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