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Facilities Management articles for the week of 1/1/2023 - 1/7/2023

Creating an Office Where Occupants Want to Come to Work

fter acquiring the Pierre Laclede Center I & II corporate towers in the suburban neighborhood of Clayton, Missouri, real estate investment firm Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners tasked Oculus Inc.

Read This » Hiring Challenges Lead to Apprenticeship Training Program

ike many maintenance and engineering departments at institutional and commercial facilities across the country, Kent State University has issues filling roles on its staff.  “We’re having a hard time hiring certain job descriptions, and one of the positions is a building maintenance mechanic,” says Doug Pearson, associate vice president, Facilities Planning and Operations at Kent State University in Ohio.

Read This » $1 Trillion Infrastructure Law Driving Development in Facilities

uilding owners and facility managers – both public and private – are understandably focused on a bucketload of immediate worries: sticky inflation and high interest rates, supply chain snags and a tight labor market, to name a few.

Read This » Breathing New Life Into an Old Landmark Building

n 1965, Mario Ciampi and associates Richard L.

Read This » Cool Path to Energy-Saving Opportunities

he best facility managers are always looking for ways to save energy in their institutional and commercial buildings.

Read This » 5 Strategies for CRE Investment in Uncertain Times

ith political volatility on the rise and the possibility of a recession still looming, it’s important for commercial real estate investors to stay focused and avoid distractions.  In commercial real estate, the key is to focus on your own actions and ignore what is outside of your control.

Read This » Mindy Stevens Sets Sustainability Standards at Hinds Community College

he best facility managers don’t often take a conventional path to the profession.

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