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Facilities Management articles for the week of 1/28/2024 - 2/3/2024

How Can PACE Help Finance Energy Efficiency Projects?

acilities are at an inflection point as more facility managers look for ways to make their buildings more sustainable.

Read This » Varied Experiences Fuel Facilities Career

rom golf coach and history teacher to energy specialist and custodial director, the varied jobs in Cortney Smith’s background have shaped his path to becoming chief of facilities and operations for the Midland Independent School District in Texas.  FacilitiesNet: What led you into facilities maintenance and management?  Smith: I was initially a golf coach and history teacher for 10 years but transitioned from the classroom into district operations when I began working as an energy specialist in 2013.

Read This » Meet the 2024 FMD Editorial Advisory Board

nstitutional and commercial facilities change.

Read This » How to Deal with Problem Employees

s facilities managers, we all have issues to deal with.

Read This » CRE Facilities Continue to Evolve

he commercial real estate (CRE) services industry is comprised of multidisciplinary platforms that provide brokerage, capital markets, property and facilities management, appraisal and other services to real estate owners.

Read This » Electric Phase Loss: Challenges and Solutions

e’ve all experienced power outages.

Read This » COVID-19 Pandemic Boosts Health of Skilled Trade School

ooking for silver linings to the COVID-19 pandemic? There are a few, and they include the rapid development of telemedicine, greater respect for front-line healthcare providers and increased attention to mental health issues.  You can add to the list a heightened awareness of the advantages of skilled trade schools.

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