Dallas Love Field Stays on the Cutting Edge

Technology is evolving and opening the world to places we couldn’t previously experience. On this front, Dallas Love Field in employing a new app to help visually impaired travelers experience their facilities in a new way. On today’s podcast, we talk to Chris Perry, Communications Manager for the Department of Aviation at Dallas Love Field, to get his thoughts on what this means for the facility. We also talk to Jay Basen, home automation expert, to learn more about the air inside homes and how we can make sure it’s as clean as possible.


MarketScale Building Management 02/12/2019: Restoring Our Way to a Better Future

The lifespan of buildings is often cyclical; a building is built, it serves a distinct purpose for a period of time, and when it is no longer necessary it is destroyed. But does it have to be that way? On today’s episode of the MarketScale Building Management Podcast, we take a look at smarter ways to approach building restoration and preservation.


MarketScale Building Management 01/29/19: Changing Regulations & Workspaces

On this episode of the MarketScale Building Management Podcast, we take a look at two areas of the industry that are constantly evolving: the workplace and regulations. Our first conversation is the final installment of a three-part series with Mike LaRosa of Agora RDM. He discusses the three primary styles of coworking spaces and where he sees the industry going in 2019. Our second feature of the show takes a look at how accidents drive regulatory changes and how building managers can keep up with the evolutions.


MarketScale Building Management 1/22/19: Is Your Roof Prepped for Harsh Winters?

The winter months can wreak havoc on roofs and other structures. Unpredictable weather that brings ice, snow, and high winds can cause headaches for those in the building management industry. Today’s episode of the MarketScale Building Management Podcast features a conversation with two experts in the roofing industry, Kent Schwickert of the National Roofing Contractors Association and Jeff Broderick of Roof Options.

Also on this week’s episode, cybersecurity attorney Shawn Tuma from Spencer Fane LLP joined to discuss how to protect data in a world that includes more publicly accessible cameras than ever.


MarketScale Building Management 01/08/19: Multi-Use Spaces in Unexpected Places

Underutilized space is all around us. Rather than sitting on their hands, creative building managers are rolling up their sleeves and finding ways to put this space to work for them. Whether it’s opening a co-working space in a restaurant during the day when business is slow, or repurposing an old department store or mall to be used as a school, these spaces are changing the way we think of how facilities can be used. On today’s episode of the podcast, we talk to two people at the forefront of this movement. MarketScale correspondent Sean Heath speaks with Gary Kuklin from the Commercial Division of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices about repurposing spaces for many different uses. We also have a conversation with Mike LaRosa of Agora RDM about co-working spaces can fill the space void in locations that aren’t traditionally thought of as an office.


MarketScale Building Management 12/19/18: Managing Energy & Disasters

Today’s episode of the Building Management show makes you put your thinking caps on, as well as your safety ones. We dive into facility challenges at Amazon’s newest headquarters, the American future of green roofs, and best practices for renewable energy management.


MarketScale Building Management 12/12: Making the Most of Your Space

Today’s episode of the MarketScale Building Management Podcast takes a look at the various ways that facilities can make the most of their available space. From music venues utilizing their space for multiple events, to automated parking garages, and coworking spaces, one of the objectives for each of these projects is to make the most of the limited amount of space at each particular facility.


TitleBuilding Management, 12/5: Building for the Future

The job of a building manager has evolved as technology has advanced and systems have become more complex. In previous generations, individuals could fall into this field of work from other places in the industry, but that’s not the case anymore. As industry leaders look to younger generations to carry the mantle forward, numerous questions have arisen. Are young people interested in building management? How can we educate them about the jobs that are available in the industry?

On this episode of the MarketScale Building Management Podcast we talked to three individuals who are uniquely qualified to speak on the present and the future of the building management industry.