Today’s Facility Manager | November/December 2014 Issue

Today’s Facility Manager: November/December 2014

Volume 27, Number 9TFM-2014-NovDev

Tricks Of The Trade: Complying With OSHA HazCom And Precarious Light Placement

The HVAC Factor: Systems Get A Break | The new John and Frances Angelos Law Center features passive heating and cooling.

Professional Development: Strategizing Outsourcing | There are several strategic practices facility professionals should follow when making the shift to outsourced services.

Services & Maintenance: Think Outside The Box | Maintaining the building envelope is a crucial to achieving energy savings and preserving facility integrity.

Indoor Air Quality Trends: Sustaining Healthy Air | The way HVAC systems are operated can help mitigate the spread of airborne illnesses by filtering out particulates that result from poor IAQ.

FM Issue: When Open Isn’t So Open | When integrating building systems, facilities should make sure protocols are open in order to deliver the best results for the building.

Special Feature: Water Conservaton – The Rising Tide | Audits, efficient fixtures, and staff training are keys to shoring up water conservation.

Senior Living Case Study: Care In Construction | For a senior living facility, safety was front and center during improvements. Plus, find out more about the codes for sprinkler upkeep in critical assisted living areas.

2015 Solutions: Advancements In Products & Services | Tune in to hear these podcasts with top suppliers who have made a special effort to create products that resolve the most pressing facility management issues.

Facility Executive Of The Year Recaps | Past winners of this prestigious award from Today’s Facility Manager revisit the projects for which they were initially recognized.

David Lenart (2010 Winner): Planning To Fail
Robert Wengel (2012 Winner): Making Waves At Shedd Aquarium
J.B. Messer (2013 Winner): Energy Use, A Master Plan

Renewable Energy: Flywheels For Backup Power | During emergency situations, this energy storage technology functions in a manner similar to an active mechanical battery.

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