TFM-May-2012 | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

What should facilities managers know and expect?


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What should facilities managers know and expect?

TFM-May-2012

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. TFM-May-2012 articles below.


Renewable Energy: The Power Of Reclaimed Cooking Oil

Making biodiesel for vehicles has been a focus for this material, but when properly treated, this waste product can be used to fuel a facility’s boilers.

Furniture Trends: The Green Scene

Carefully selected furnishings have become an essential aspect of sustainable design efforts.

Services & Maintenance: Making Ceilings Count

This building element has an impact on several areas of facility management.

Hospital Case Study: Comfort Level

The design of the new Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital supports its healthcare mission by soothing patients and their families in a new freestanding facility.

May 2012 Issue (Volume 25, Number 5)

Everything from cloud based buildings to the latest in ceilings and directional sound are analyzed in this issue.

FM Issue: Sounds Great

Directional sound is the latest life safety technology to be added to the disaster planning toolbox.

The Facility Technologist: Cloud Era Buildings

What opportunities will cloud computing present to facility operations? It's now possible for facility professionals to oversee structures any time and anywhere.

May 2011 Issue (Volume 24, Number 5)

A history of the tablet, an update on green certifications, and hazcom compliance are featured in this issue.

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