Posts Tagged ‘Mission Critical Facilities’

In Boston, the new Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital was designed with features to protect against future hurricanes and storm surges. Opened in April 2013, the facility’s ground floor has no essential hospital functions and was raised 30" above flood elevations to account for sea level rise. (Photo: Anton Grassl/Esto.)

FM Issue: The Calm Before The Storm

In the face of extreme weather, facilities housing mission critical resources seek increased resilience. From the September 2013...Read More...

FREE WHITE PAPER: How Data Center Infrastructure Management Software Improves Planning And Cuts Operational Costs

This paper demonstrates, through a series of examples, how data center infrastructure management software tools can simplify operational processes, cut costs, and speed up information...Read More...

FREE WHITE PAPER: Site Selection For Mission Critical Facilities

In this paper, guidelines are established for selecting a new site or assessing an existing one. Common risks that affect the availability of a business are defined and techniques for minimizing these risks are...Read More...

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Rethinking Off-The-Shelf Console Design

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Rethinking Off-The-Shelf Console Design

For mission-critical facilities, the selection of command and control consoles is...Read More...

NEW PRODUCT FLASH: LD1500 From RLE Technologies

NEW PRODUCT FLASH: LD1500 From RLE Technologies

This leak detection panel is used to identify problems in data centers and other critical...Read More...

The Facility Technologist: Mission Critical Facilities—Part Two

The Facility Technologist: Mission Critical Facilities—Part Two

Special systems and equipment are required in these technologically advanced...Read More...

The Facility Technologist: Mission Critical Facilities—Part One

The Facility Technologist: Mission Critical Facilities—Part One

As the brains and brawn behind buildings, these revolutionary spaces have distinct...Read More...