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Facilities Management articles for the week of 10/30/2022 - 11/5/2022

How to Create a Healthy Learning Environment

rior to March of 2020, the idea of creating a healthy learning environment had a completely different connotation Then the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, and the facilities landscape completely changed.

Read This » Managing Knowledge Gaps Within Facilities Management

hat, exactly, do your front-line technicians know? The question is more important than it might seem at first glance.   As maintenance and engineering managers continue searching for technicians to fill positions vacated by retiring workers, many are just grateful to find new hires with at least some relevant training and experience.

Read This » Top Strategies for Rental Success

aintenance and engineering departments rely on a range of rented equipment to supplement their in-house resources.

Read This » University of Cincinnati Races to Update Chillers

ot long after the University of Cincinnati hired Mike Hofmann, he was reminded of the importance of his position.  Hofmann became the university’s director of utilities in 2016.

Read This » ESCOs Pave Pathway to Savings

he underlying goal of every great facility manager is to provide and manage services that ensure all occupants of a building can live or work in a comfortable environment.

Read This » James Storfer Embraces Facilities Management

y now we all know the saying, “If you love what you do, you won’t have to work a day in your life.” It isn’t often that the phrase rings true to someone, but for James Storfer, Jr.

Read This » Optimizing the Organization: The Role of Systems, Processes and People

n institutional and commercial facilities, a few things are universally true.

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