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Facilities Management articles for the week of 9/24/2023 - 9/30/2023

Funding Available to Schools for HVAC Upgrades

any of the country’s K-12 schools are in bad shape, and parents should be concerned.  In fact, it’s not even debatable — but it has nothing to do with what is (or isn’t) being taught to children.

Read This » ADA-Compliant Snow and Ice Management Strategies

lthough many factors contribute to executing a snow and ice management plan, the primary goal of this service is to provide a safe environment for everyone at institutional and commercial facilities.

Read This » New, Responsive Elevator Code Keeps Safety Front and Center

t’s called elevatophobia, but a fear of elevators doesn’t make much sense when considering that the lifting devices are the safest form of transit ever developed for institutional and commercial facilities.  Despite what various disaster movies have depicted, elevators are ultrasafe because they have steel cables, brakes and counterweights that make them so.

Read This » Unlocking NFPA, IBC, and IFC Codes

he National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the International Building Code (IBC) and International Fire Code (IFC) collectively have established hundreds of codes and standards.

Read This » Finding the Right Recipe for Facilities Management

ouglas Diaz dreamed of one day becoming a chef in a Las Vegas casino.

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