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Bonus articles and features that cover industry events and issues.
Churchill’s not in the running, so nominate an outstanding facility manager you know today. From the September 2013 issue.
Ed Coene’s original formula for success guided the development of a dynamic brand with international reach in print, online and unique events that are essential components of successful project development. Coene, founder and president of Group C, publishers of Today’s Facility Manager and Business Facilities, passed away on September 17, 2013.
Niels Diffrient died on June 8, 2013 at the age of 84. This Q&A from the Today’s Facility Manager archives illustrates how one of the top human factors designers came from humble beginnings to sprout impressive roots. It has been retrieved in his honor. From the October 2002 issue.
Recent events force K-12 facility managers to evaluate security measures in their schools. From the March 2013 issue of Today’s Facility Manager.
Numerous companies offer products and services to members of the facility management (FM) profession. And each year, Today’s Facility Manager (TFM) asks its readers to vote for their preferred vendors in a variety of categories.
A close eye on operations costs propels this year’s TFM Facility Executive of the Year, J.B. Messer, director of facilities management for Oklahoma City Community College.
For this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards, the survey included 47 categories, and FM professionals were asked to indicate what company they rated highest based on product aesthetics, product reliability, value, and customer service.
Having established a five year facility plan, Robert Wengel, vice president of facilities at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, is delivering results.
Bolstered by the work of the EMerge Alliance, direct current (DC) is gaining momentum as a potential power distribution option that could help drive microgrid and net zero building initiatives.
This year’s TFM/NEMA survey reflects facility managers’ collective desires to find value when considering lighting upgrades.