Using Ground Penetrating Radar Increases Construction Efficiency
Facility managers who have on-site equipment can keep construction workflow going smoothly and increases efficiency.
A Guide To Planning A Commercial Kitchen Remodel
When looking to remodel a commercial kitchen space there are several factors you have to take into consideration.
Minnesota Roofing Plant Upgrades Save 5,000 MWh Of Electricity
Technology improvements at its CertainTeed roofing plant in Shakopee, MN are projected to save Saint-Gobain more than 5,000 MWh of electricity per year.
Revitalized Buffalo AKG Art Museum To Open In 2023
The refreshed art museum will welcome and engage all members of its community with an inclusive and interactive campus.
CRE Industry Launches World’s First Social Impact Certification
SEAM Certification, a measure of corporate real estate social sustainability, will provide guidance, resources, and certification for achieving positive social impact in the built environment.
Addressing Climate Change: Decarbonization Of Existing Buildings
C&W Green Buildings, a proprietary digital software assessment tool from Cushman & Wakefield, identifies custom decarbonization, retrofitting, and cost savings opportunities for existing buildings.
Law Firm Brings Workplace Of The Future To Life
Shearman & Sterling’s recent New York office transformation reflects firm's commitment to people, clients, and the environment.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia To Open New Research Facility
A facility executive from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia shares details about this project, which is slated for a grand opening in 2025.
Building Retrofits Essential To Battle Energy Costs, Energy Crisis
Building retrofit rates need to triple to meet the goals in the Paris Agreement, asserts research from JLL.
First Airport Terminal In The World Achieves Full WELL Certification
San Francisco International Airport’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 achievement recognizes Boarding Area B facility for enhancing human health, well-being.
Measure Twice, Cut Once (Or Not at All)
Companies must consider what real estate data facility executives need to look at when looking to retrofit or expand office spaces.
Safety, Construction Training Minimizes Injuries, Saves Lives
BZI's SteelTech Academy safety and construction training and continuing education program improves job site safety, team performance, team member satisfaction.
Inside Drury University’s New Academic Hub
The vibrant center for students and community members is Drury’s first new building in more than two decades.
Healthcare Facility Design Connects Nature, Healing
Patient-centric buildings are increasingly important, and the human desire to be near nature plays a vital role in healthcare facility design.
Moving From A Cyclical To A Continuous FCA
Instead of doing a new FCA every 3-7 years, what if you could maintain your FCA data so it never dies?
Blu Dot’s New San Francisco Store Is Model Of Adaptive Reuse
Design retailer Blu Dot's newest location is an example of sensitivity to local context, as well as a showcase for adaptive reuse and sustainable design.
Creating A Design That’s Built To Last
To increase their building’s lifespan during construction, facility managers need to work closely with design teams.
Maintaining A Resilient Building
Given the state of climate change, along with an increased focus on building safety and security, building resiliency is more top of mind than ever.
Elements Of A Quality Construction Project
Here's what you need to consider to oversee a high-quality project in the current construction environment.
Six Developments Win ULI’s 2022 Global Awards For Excellence
ULI 2022 Global Awards For Excellence winners include two developments each from North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region.