Is it time to Conduct an Energy Audit of Your Building?
Is it Time to Conduct an Energy Audit of Your Building? So, you own or manage commercial buildings….and you are responsible for recommending the capital plan for the next three years. Where do you start? There are more than 10 million commercial buildings in the United States. Here is a checklist to stay on top […]
Everything You Need To Know About Disinfection, But Are Afraid to Ask
Everything You Need To Know About Disinfection, But Are Afraid to Ask 11 types of Hand Sanitizers, Disinfectants and Hard and Soft Surface Cleaning Agents and How They Are Used and Purchased So, do you ask employees to bring their own, or do you supply them? Most FM’s we talk to are supplying them based […]
7 Ways to Pay for Construction and Renovation When Your Budget Tightens During COVID
7 Ways to Pay for Construction and Renovation When Your Budget Tightens During COVID A few weeks ago, I was talking to a senior level FM for a large regional bank in New England. We were talking about an energy efficiency project he had been organizing for this year. Then COVID hit in March 2020 […]
The Facilities Management Challenge of 2020: Uncertainty
The Facilities Management Challenge of 2020: Uncertainty If the coronavirus has shaken one conviction among our facilities managers and building owners, it is that the certainty on which we have built, maintained, and renovated our buildings in the United States has been broken. So how do we react when tenants are closing their doors, employees […]