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The severe rigors of Winter 2013-14 will not soon be forgotten — recurring snow storms, stretches of harsh subzero temperatures, and a rock salt shortage.
Facility managers should consider new strategies to merge siloed building systems to achieve operational excellence
Safety concerns for employees, buildings, and outdoor landscaping begin to pile up when wintry weather begins.
The pivotal point in a crisis is making the decision about how to deal with the event. Without recognizing the four traps of decision making, it is easy to make the wrong decision.
An automated approach enables the facilities department at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Research Center of Chicago to detect potential problems.
Using its Niles, OH store as a test location, the retailer seeks to reduce energy in more than 112 million square feet of occupied facility space by at least 20% by 2020.
The sun is currently at the peak of its 11 year solar cycle, making 2013 and early 2014 a period of high solar flare activity.
Recently proposed permitting requirements for storm water discharges in California are expected to be implemented in January 2015, and it may set the trend for water quality regulation nationwide.
Sitting too much can be unhealthy, but there is substantial evidence that productivity increases with the regular use of a stand-up desk.
Facility managers in regions that get snow and ice face higher levels of risk and liability during the winter months. It is crucial to have a snow management plan in place.