The way we inhabit our workspace is changing and so are the workplace strategies we must have in place to attract and retain talent as well as to drive productivity and performance.
There are several forms of building maintenance. Each of which is important to understand and utilize to reduce building management costs.
Ericka Westgard, Senior Director of Workforce Strategy for C&W Services, and her team share seven pitfalls facilities managers can fall into while performing their day-to-day responsibilities.
This workplace design approach continues to appeal to many organizations. A recent survey examines motivations and results.
The demand for green design is challenging architectural product suppliers to come up with high-quality, cost-effective and sustainable alternatives
Saving energy is good business, because it cuts expenses. It’s also environmentally wise and responsible. There are any number of things you can do to save on energy costs in your office.
When it comes to constructing or renovating your offices a key point to consider is the type of doors that best fit your design intent, and functionality of the office space.
One of the most common mistakes facility managers make when developing an energy management strategy is that they don’t tackle the process from an ongoing, holistic perspective
The building envelope can serve as a tool for facility management to tap into renewable energy resources.