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Facilities Management articles for the week of 5/12/2024 - 5/18/2024

Facilities Managers to Lead the Charge in Expanding EV Charging Stations

he United States has set a lofty goal of having 50 percent of all vehicles sold be net-zero emitters of greenhouse gases by 2030.

Read This » Skilled Trades Catching on With High Schoolers as Career Option

hey are electricians, plumbers, HVAC technicians, carpenters, industrial engineering technicians, auto and diesel mechanics, and landscape designers.  They are rarely out of work, and their salaries often exceed median U.S.

Read This » How to Quantify the Value of ESG Strategies

ith any facility management initiative generally, but specifically with health and wellness strategies, the six-million-dollar question is always, “What is the value of doing this?” For facility managers, value must be quantified in actual dollars.

Read This » Fire Alarms: The Difference Between Addressable and Conventional Systems

ire alarm systems perform a vital role in protecting people and property in all types of commercial and institutional buildings.

Read This » Ransomware Is a Significant Risk to Facility Security

o organization can assume that its internet-connected devices won’t be discovered.

Read This » Ithaca, New York, Embraces Robust Electrification Plan

otting the cities and towns across the United States are thousands of institutional and commercial buildings serving the community’s needs for restaurants, hospitals, schools, offices, retail shops and places of worship, to name a few.  From state-of-the-art newly constructed buildings to early-1900s gems that need upgrades and repairs, these buildings are as varied as the occupants.

Read This » HVAC: Emerging Technologies for the Future

uring the COVID-19 pandemic, facility managers worked to upgrade their HVAC systems to improve indoor air quality in their buildings.

Read This » Developing Talent in a Hybrid Workplace

ince the pandemic, the facility management landscape has been in a state of flux and its future direction seems unsettled.

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