Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. TFM-Nov-2012 articles below.
The natural disasters occurring across North America in recent years have no doubt impacted many facility managers, and the northeastern U.S. has joined those ranks learning to recover.
As the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles slowly gains ground, some facility managers are installing charging stations for this mode of transportation.
Do you have any recommendations for flashing this HVAC unit? Is a double curb the only way to approach this situation?
Technology makes it possible for facility systems to work together and increase productivity. An ICT approach can help give facility managers additional oversight and control.
Ensuring healthy indoor environments often challenges energy efficiency measures.
Facility professionals with strong leadership skills are increasingly in demand at healthcare and higher education institutions.
Facility managers can protect people, property, and their budgets with a systematic approach.
Is there a common practice for changing light bulbs and ballasts located above cubicle office furniture? Many of our fixtures are above cubicles in such a way that “hanging” off of a ladder becomes a dangerous proposition.
How often do you recommend replacing the belts in roof fans? Additionally, how often should the ventilation system be cleaned?
The use of this expanded format imagery in facilities is no longer confined to traditional monitors.
A retirement community in North Andover, MA makes changes inside and out that benefit occupants and staff.