Articles in this section cover furniture, space planning, conference rooms, interior design and architecture, cleaning, maintenance, open offices, soundmasking, acoustics, carpet, ceilings, and other interior elements that would be managed by facility professionals.
There are various reasons an organization might want to purchase artwork for its walls. In order to reap the highest return on this investment, it can be helpful to consider the motivations before embarking on the purchasing
Measures taken during the construction and operations stages will help minimize this threat to healthy indoor air
In the small community of Shungnak, AK, this Northwest Arctic Borough School District needed to find a way to reconfigure classroom spaces to accommodate the changing needs of students. This Q&A with Kathy Christy, REFP, explains how it was
The aging process and hidden disabilities challenge facility professionals on the quest for
Seeking out the best lighting options to serve the needs of one of its manufacturing buildings has resulted in lower energy costs for Baxter Healthcare Corporation.
For an updated conference room, it is necessary to integrate new technologies with supporting furniture.
More than maintenance is at stake when standard hardware gets
TFM Columnist Tim Springer says one size fits all is a big problem in offices, where everyone has different needs and responsibilities.
Harmful VOCs may be endangering the health of building occupants. Find out the latest VOC that has experts concerned and the best ways to lessen its impact.