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Facilities Management articles for the week of 8/21/2022 - 8/27/2022

4 Trends in Commercial Office Leasing

s we come out of the pandemic, the outlook for office leasing remains uncertain.

Read This » How to Make Modernization Projects Profitable and Sustainable

he race to modernize commercial buildings is accelerating, fueled by mounting business pressures related to carbon footprint, resource stewardship and ESG (environment/social/governance), along with factors like C-suite directives to optimize space for the post-pandemic hybrid work era.   As facility managers mobilize to bring their buildings and infrastructure into the digital age, one resource in particular will be critical to their ability to meet the sustainability goals that are driving many of their modernization projects.

Read This » Top Mowing Strategies for Athletic Fields

o one-size-fits-all solution exists for grounds managers responsible for mowing athletic fields.

Read This » Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Targeted Renovations

very day more colleges and universities across the country are making greenhouse gas reduction and carbon neutrality goals.

Read This » Adoption of Electronically Commutated Motor Pumps Increases as Energy Savings Add Up

ecent advancements in motor controls have had huge impacts on the circulator pump market.

Read This » How Relative Humidity and Filtration Innovation Produce Good IAQ

e have all heard the weatherman on TV say, “There is going to be high humidity today,” but what does that actually mean? More specifically, what does that mean to the buildings we manage every day? And how can precision humidity control help increase building comfort while also providing a safer environment to breathe? To answer these questions, we’ll need to focus on relative humidity (RH), HVAC and filtration innovations, and what health benefits are associated with these innovations in a post-pandemic world.   Humidity is the amount of water vapor present in the air expressed as a percentage.

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