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Facilities Management articles for the week of 2/4/2024 - 2/10/2024

How School Districts are Converting Bus Fleets to Electric

isconsin winters can be harsh.

Read This » 4 Keys to Successful Painting Projects

n theory, it was supposed be a straightforward painting project.

Read This » Lifts Boost Maintenance Efforts at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center

inter is considered the slowest time of year for the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Aurora, Colorado.  While winter brings special events and tourists looking to hit the ski hills and partake in other seasonal activities, the property’s convention side takes a break.   “April to October, it’s pretty much 100 percent activity,” says Ethan Fitterman, assistant director of engineering.

Read This » 4 Common Fire Hazards

ire prevention often can be an overlooked aspect of maintenance and engineering management until something bad happens.

Read This » The Facility Management Industry Is at a Crossroads

typically author management-oriented articles and rarely craft ones that are mostly opinion-based.

Read This » Look Back: Facility Management in the 1950s

n honor of Building Operating Management’s 70th anniversary, every month, FacilitiesNet is taking a look back at each of the seven decades since its start.   The 1950s was a burgeoning time for the United States.

Read This » Why does Indoor Environmental Quality Matter to Facility Managers?

speak to a lot of facility managers across the country in a variety of facility types.

Read This » Safe Storage of Lithium-Ion Batteries: Best Practices for Facility Managers

arly in 2024, the International Code Council published its International Fire Code (IFC) 2024.

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