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Facility managers at companies with no plan or an incomplete plan will see opportunities to design backup systems, secure inventories, and create contingencies to get back to business as soon as possible. Taking into account such considerations as insurance, supply chain, alternate facilities (as your publication is doing), and redundant data systems are all things that should be top-of-mind for facility managers and others charged with disaster recovery/business continuity.
Smart boiler control is a natural progression and it’s not over yet. There is a future out there for even smarter boiler control – wireless communications, internet access, e-mail reports of faults. Super smart boiler control is a lot closer than you think.
As fall approaches, many facility managers are making adjustments to their operations. Impending weather changes call for a review of facility conditions, shifts in maintenance schedules, and, perhaps, the departure of a seasonal employee.
The publication of this issue of Today’s Facility Manager signifies a new era. Readers will welcome the return of “Tricks Of The Trade” under the auspices of the magazine’s new facility management guru, Kevin Folsom, while Editor Heidi Schwartz steps aside to take over as Internet Director for Group C Media.
Essentially, the OSHA floor markings standards must be strictly followed. These standards deal with the proper placement and dimension of floor markings as well as the correct measurements of aisles or pathways that these markings identify.
Power integrity, one proactive facet essential to most disaster mitigation approaches, is examined in this issue that emphasizes energy and new technology.
Find out how technology can assist project management and building automation in this issue.
Everything from cloud based buildings to the latest in ceilings and directional sound are analyzed in this issue.
Learn what Facebook and SAP already know. Get the “Enhancing Building Performance” white paper to learn how everyday facilities professionals are becoming heroes to their corporations.
According to experts from the ICC, the IgCC is expected to increase sustainability, cost savings, and job growth while providing direction for safe and sustainable building design and construction.