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.
Contributor Mike O'Dea feels it is possible to repair damage in order to maintain image and avoid replacement
Facility professionals gain a fresh perspective on possible changes to the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Contributor Jeffrey Weil explains the right amount of effort in the selection process can make or break a design project.
Long time contributor and facilities expert Tim Springer rejoins TFM to share his unusual perspective.
As employees expect more, facility managers must be prepared to provide safe, comfortable furnishings.
A prototype of an "active building envelope" developed at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute holds promise for heating and cooling in the future.
For FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane, 2006 begins with more advice on keeping your building pressure right where it
Selection and care depend on the characteristics of a material, as well as traffic patterns in the
By integrating and updating existing HVAC systems, facility managers can realize energy savings and make better use of their