Articles by tag: Facility Management

Restaurants and QSRs Looking for Energy Savings Require the Perfect Touch

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In the competitive world of the restaurant industry, restaurants and QSRs looking for energy savings require managing operating expenses while ensuring optimal comfort and safety for staff and guests. With restaurants spending anywhere from $2,000 to $6,000 a month on energy costs, finding ways to reduce costs in this area can be a big […]

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The State of Facility Management: IFMA World Workplace 2022

In the latest, special-edition episode of “Are We There Yet?”, host Grant Harrell speaks with leaders in facility management about current and forthcoming changes in the field. Harrell discusses his visit to the annual IFMA World Workplace 2022, which kicked off in Nashville, Tennessee over the course of three days in late September. Harrell noted […]

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Education & EdTech
What Safety Challenges Are There for Schools Reopening this Fall?

As in-person schooling returns, what should the top priorities be for facility managers? What are the new safety challenges facing schools? After all, school safety priorities, strategies and challenges have changed. To address these, School Safety Today host Daniel Litwin spoke with Paul Timm, VP of Facility Engineering Associates. Timm has years of experience in […]

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Food & Beverage
The Pandemic Is Forcing Retailers To Be Nimble with Their Space

As the United States grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, virtually the only certainty is that the landscape will shift. That’s certainly true for retailers. First, all stores were closed. Then, some were allowed to open. Others went to curbside pickup or started utilizing contactless payment. Now, exactly how retailers are operating and what they’re […]

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Building Management
AirIQ: Design Innovation and Testing for Better OEM Solutions

Indoor air quality is a topic of considerable public interest in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Mark Lundberg has been thinking about it for far longer. The Product Director for Field Controls helps develop new blower products, empowering facilities managers to move clean air into their buildings and make sure air is […]

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Building Management
How to Preserve Innovation and Collaboration in the Office

We got John Whitley of Landmark Spaces, a real estate company that operates 46 office buildings across England and Scotland, on the line to talk about how his company has prepared for the re-introduction of the workforce to the office space. John explained that one of the most important things was communicating with their […]

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Tank Talk: Keeping Goals Realistic Has Helped Titan Cloud Software Stay Strong Despite the Shutdown

Very few companies are coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic stronger, but some have done the right things during the pandemic to position themselves to grow as we approach a new normal. Titan Cloud Software Chief Revenue Officer John Donnelly III is confident Titan is one of those groups. With many employees already working […]

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Lithium-Ion Breakthroughs Promise a Greener Road Ahead for EVs
February 26, 2024

In sustainable transportation, the conversation often pivots to the technology powering our journey toward a greener future. At the heart of this dialogue is the evolution of battery technology, particularly lithium-ion batteries, which have become a cornerstone for electric vehicles (EVs). Dr. Veronika Wright also known as Electrified Veronika™ offers a glimpse into the […]

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Securing School Campuses: Harnessing Innovative Technologies
Securing School Campuses: Harnessing Innovative Technologies
February 26, 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of school security, Adam Coughran, President of Safe Kids Inc., emphasizes the importance of innovative technologies and strategies to safeguard students, teachers, and staff. From visitor management systems to advanced surveillance technology, educational institutions are continuously seeking new ways to enhance security measures and respond effectively to potential threats. One […]

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Efficiency Amplified: Automatic Prior Authorizations for Seamless Care
February 23, 2024

Navigating the labyrinth of healthcare bureaucracy, particularly the prior authorization process, presents a significant challenge for both providers and patients. This process, which is designed to control healthcare costs, often ends up delaying critical care. Could the efficiency of healthcare delivery improve if hospitals with a consistent record of approved claims were granted automatic […]

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Power Up, Power On: Maximize Battery Life with Repurposing, not Just Recycling
February 23, 2024

In the rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable technology, the debate between battery recycling and repurposing is becoming increasingly significant. As we strive for a greener future, how can we best extend the battery life and utility of the batteries powering our electric vehicles (EVs) and other devices? Dr. Veronika Wright, also known as Electrified Veronika™ […]

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Fusion: Why Electrosonic Is More than Simply an AV Solutions Company
June 5, 2020

Electrosonic made its name with its audiovisual solutions, but it also backs its solutions with managed services to support them. “Service used to be viewed as really an afterthought of supporting the client. You’d go and do the integration, figure out what they wanted from an SLA standpoint and do the service from there,” said […]

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Revolutionizing Facility Management and Retail Spaces Through Analytics
February 7, 2020

On today’s MarketScale video stream, Galia Rosen-Schwarz, VP of Business Development at Resonai, visits with MarketScale’s Taylor Bagley to discuss how the company is utilizing AI and AR to revolutionize how people interact with 3D structures and buildings in terms of design and functionality. Using 3D scanners to scan any building or retail space—regardless of […]

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How Prepared are Buildings for the Challenges of the Future?
May 16, 2019

Owners, investors and landlords wishing to scale their investments rely on building management firms to look after their resources. Currently, there are roughly 7.6 billion people in the world. By 2050, the United Nations predicts that there will be a population of 9.8 billion worldwide. Such a large number of inhabitants requires a significant amount […]

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With Tight School Budgets, Where Do You Cut Costs? A Superintendent’s Perspective, with Katie Bowman of Birdville ISD
March 13, 2019

Whether within or without the industry, most can agree on the importance of education and giving children all of the tools they need to be successful, especially as the world and workforce around us changes so drastically and consistently. Financing those tools is a completely different matter altogether. The number of special needs and […]

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What It Takes to Pull Off New Year’s Eve in Times Square
January 4, 2019

Times Square in New York City has become synonymous with New Year’s Eve. The NYE event is a massive draw, often bringing millions of people together to celebrate outdoors. Since the event is not ticketed, and is packed, event planners have a lot of work on their hands as they prepare. How the City Prepares […]

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