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Facilities Management articles for the week of 7/24/2022 - 7/30/2022

Wisconsin City Overcoming Battle with Emerald Ash Borer

As the first city in the state of Wisconsin to be designated as a “Tree City USA” during the 1970s, Sheboygan’s department of public works (DPW) takes great pride in its forestry program.  “I know there are residents that are really passionate about trees, and I feel like it shows to them that the city cares greatly as well,” says City Forester Tim Bull.

Read This » How to Overcome Disruption in Building Projects

he ongoing pandemic has impacted many industries across the globe, including the design, architecture, engineering, construction, and facility management professions.

Read This » How to Spot Troubles in Different Types of Roofs

f maintenance and engineering managers are to achieve the long-term performance of their existing roofing systems, it is essential that they implement a comprehensive program that includes regular inspections, required maintenance and timely completed repairs.

Read This » Overcoming Renovation Challenges to Deliver Upgraded Restrooms

his is part two of a two-part article.

Read This » Understanding the Financial Benefits of Health and Wellness Strategies

he positive impact healthy buildings have on human health has long been established – and awareness of this connection continues to expand, as evidenced by the growth of third-party healthy building certifications.

Read This » Look Beyond Copper for Domestic Water Piping

hen it comes to domestic water piping, copper is not necessarily the gold standard.

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