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Facility managers are often required to take a reactionary approach when it comes to problem solving. This column provides proactive, “how to” solutions to some of the ongoing issues.
Appearance, safety, and maintenance issues all come into play.
Regular evaluation of fire protection equipment will help facility managers to plan future upgrades.
With this tool, the path to increased efficiency can be made smoother by capturing utility incentives.
While used for all types of materials, co-processing is one option for items that require special treatment.
With CIMS-GB, facility managers can evaluate cleaning services for impact on environmental sustainability and occupant health.
From targeted repairs to substantial replacements, the condition of a facility’s “cover” can improve the bottom line.
Facility managers can implement a 10 factor, 10 point scale to allocate maintenance dollars.
Contributor Carlos Barbosa discusses key factors that should be taken into account when evaluating potential security vendors.
Contributor Patrick Britton writes on how facility managers can use available technology to manage and maintain conference rooms.
Contributor Howard P. Lewis writes on how strategic retrofits and maintenance practices serve facilities departments and occupants alike.