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Facilities Management articles for the week of 7/1/2018 - 7/7/2018

LEED v4.1 Performance Scores: A Primer on New Prerequisites

LEED and Arc work best when both programs are done together.

Read This » Boiler Replacement: Understanding Key Metrics

The next step in making the boiler replacement decision is to determine the most applicable metrics for the varying types and applications for boilers.

Read This » Managing Operations Effectively

Managers need to know key measures in order to manage operations effectively. Backlog management.

Read This » LEED v4.1 Continues Focus on Sustainable Operations, Building Performance

In late March 2018, the U.S.

Read This » Spotlight on Water Conservation and Hygiene

As part of the Campus Crossroads Project, Hummel and his staff worked on renovating nearly 40 total restrooms at Notre Dame Stadium in order to improve the overall user experience.

Read This » Arc Is Streamlining Data Management with Portfolio Analytics

Understanding sustainability performance at the building level is critical to a building owner or facility manager’s ability to make informed decisions about a property.

Read This » July 2018 Supplier Spotlight

  TPO Adhesive/Primer Carlisle SynTec Carlisle SynTec Systems’ revolutionary CAV-GRIP III Low-VOC Adhesive/Primer can be used for bonding standard TPO membranes to horizontal substrates and for bonding standard TPO and EPDM and all FleeceBACK membranes to vertical walls.

Read This » How Facility Managers Take The Lead on Product Selection

Facility management is full of pay-me-now-or-pay-me-later quandaries, and the product selection process offers a couple of great examples.

Read This » Roof Coatings: Cost Considerations and Facility Needs

Maintenance and engineering managers have a host of questions to answer in specifying the most appropriate roof coatings for institutional and commercial facilities.

Read This » Understanding Thermal Mass and HVAC Efficiency

The types of materials that make up the other parts of the building envelope are as diverse and unique as buildings themselves.

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