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Facilities Management articles for the week of 7/10/2022 - 7/16/2022

On the Path to Net-Zero Energy

he cost-of-living crisis has seen energy prices continue to rise, with many organizations in the US now seeing monthly energy bills up 9 percent from February last year.

Read This » 4 Steps to Successful Training

have worked with a lot of institutional and commercial facilities teams over the last several years – managers, directors, technicians and support staff.

Read This » Electric Grounds Equipment Sees Sustainable Benefits

ditor’s note: This is the second part of a two-part series.

Read This » Take the Long View on Facilities Maintenance Planning

lanning for, and keeping up with, facility maintenance can be complex and time-consuming, especially for owners with large building footprints.

Read This » How to Address the HVAC Skilled Labor Shortage

s growing numbers of employees return to the office, property managers are faced with a challenging set of circumstances when it comes to maintaining commercial buildings.

Read This » Goals to Consider When Relamping

ditor's Note: This is the second part of a two-part series.

Read This » Enhancing Indoor Air Quality Means Reevaluating Technology

ditor’s note: This is the second part of a two-part series.

Read This » How to Prepare Buildings for the Electric Vehicle Boom

lectric vehicle (EV) sales are on the rise.

Read This » Prevent Legionella, Improve Efficiency with Smart Water Systems

mart buildings use a wide range of existing technologies to facilitate the efficient and economical use of resources.

Read This » How to Maximize Your Investment in MEWPs

obile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), or aerial lifts, can prove an invaluable part of the arsenal for maintenance and engineering managers.

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