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Facilities Management articles for the week of 12/4/2022 - 12/10/2022

Creating a Modern Workplace in a 115-year-old Historic Building

he Detroit office of WPP, an advertising, media and communications company, has deep roots in Detroit through the Ford Motor Company, a longstanding client.

Read This » Sustainable Buildings Go Beyond Just Environmental Benefits

n order to truly be sustainable, facilities need to be environmentally conscious not only in the way that they are built and designed, but also in how they operate.

Read This » Dedicated Outdoor Air System Sparks Revival of New York City Tower

n early 2022, two of New York City’s top real estate development firms, WatermanCLARK and Brookfield Properties, announced plans to pursue a $100 million redevelopment and reimagination of Lever House, an iconic 1950s office tower located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan on Park Avenue.

Read This » Using UV to Improve Indoor Air Quality 

hen the COVID-19 pandemic started in March 2020, facility managers and building owners were just like the rest of the public, trying to find solutions to stem the spread and get people back into their buildings again.  Increased disinfection of tabletops, doors and anything else where people gathered together and shared spaces was the initial path of resistance.

Read This » How to Hire Security Officers

Contracted security services are arguably your most important detailed outsourcing agreement./DECK--> For many facilities, especially those in central business districts, or in areas that may come with a variety of threats, a crucial component of any access control strategy is hiring and training expert security guards.

Read This » Basic Paint Components and Their Role in Quality, Performance

This article was originally published in 2015 and has been updated to reflect current information. To select the most appropriate paint or coating for the space, it helps to understand what goes into the product.

Read This » Lev Schuchalter Sets Career Path Focusing on Government Facilities

evron Schuchalter has spoken on facilities management topics plenty of times during his career, but this time was different.  Earlier this year, Schuchalter presented to the High-Performance Buildings Congressional Coalition at the Rayburn House Office Building – one of three buildings used by the U.S.

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