Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Web Exclusive articles below.
The type of damage you see on your concrete is often a clue as to how it occurred in the first place. Proper diagnosing of the problem can help you determine how best to fix it, and how soon you need to address it.
Though restroom and other domestic purposes use more water, laundry is a far more viable target for water and energy savings.
This web exclusive comes from Paula D. Ziegenbein, LC, LEED AP, Application Marketing Manager, OSRAM SYLVANIA.
This Web Exclusive comes from Lisa Brosseau, ScD, CIH, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Sciences.
In addition to paper files, what other items should facilities consider keeping secure upon disposal?
With the thousands spent on architecture to make a parking garage appealing, it becomes even more important to keep it clean and sanitary.
This article is provided by Robert E. McLean, CAE, executive director of the Photoluminescent Safety Association (PSA).
This article by Cameron Riddell, president of Bird Barrier America, highlights the threats birds pose to FM budgets.
Identity thefts resulting from electronic data breaches are common in the news today. These information breaches, often at the expense of large corporations, are not only newsworthy but are under attack by law enforcement agencies world wide.
For mission-critical facilities, the selection of command and control consoles is crucial.
The “ci” approach covers the entire wall surround—not just the cavity spaces between the framing studs.
While penetrations on these roof types can sometimes be avoided, mounting essential rooftop equipment and ancillary mechanicals will be successful when certain guidelines are followed.
Facility professionals can look to fire-rated building material labels to help select and inspect appropriate products for their buildings.
Guest Contributor Kelly Duke explains how green roofs can help bring nature closer to urban settings, improve insulation and air quality, and work to deliver both economic and social benefits to their communities.