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Part 5: Building Pressurization for Acceptable IAQ

Building pressurization is paramount to acceptable IAQ. Negative building pressure transports moisture, hot and cold outdoor air, and unfiltered outdoor air across […]

Record Temperatures Not a Sign to Throw in the Towel

Facilities Managers Must Double Down on Sustainability. The UK and Europe have recently been in the fierce grips of a record-breaking heatwave. […]

How a CMMS Drives Time and Cost Savings for FM Teams

For facilities managers, technology can enable you to automate tasks and drive efficiency to save time and money. There are multiple facilities […]

Research Methodology for Building Automation Performance Index

This study describes a research methodology for quantifying a typical building’s level of automation-performance for developing an automation performance index (API), including […]

Project Delivery Systems: What Works and What Does Not?

A crash course on the advantages, challenges, and “quick tips” for the FM in using today’s most common construction project delivery systems. […]

ENERGY Cost Savings for Facilities

Energy management is an integral part of the day-to-day operations for facility managers and property owners. Rising energy costs and increasing interest […]

One Good Turn Deserves Another: Find Shut-offs Fast

Knowing the locations of your facility’s gas, water main, water isolation valves and med gas valve shut-offs is more difficult than it […]

3 Ways Digital Tools Help Ensure Operational and Business Continuity in Challenging Times

Many buildings are already benefiting from the transition made from analog controls to connected, IoT-enabled electrical distribution and HVAC infrastructures. These smarter […]

Significant Parameters for Building Automation Performance

With the goal of defining a model-as-performance-measurement-tool for building automation systems (BAS), the study identifies and illustrates issues affecting BAS and the […]

Assessing the Operational Performances of Implemented Green Water Strategies

This paper presents a proposed assessment methodology (PAM) to assist facility professionals in making cost-effective operation and maintenance decisions based on quantifiable […]