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Protecting Business Assets in the Wake of Hurricane Ida

  Hurricane Ida made landfall in New Orleans in late August and brought with it a wave of destruction, leaving the city scrambling to begin rescue efforts and restore power. With natural disaster events sweeping across all parts of the nation this year, how should businesses maneuver insuring their assets and stores? For answers, we turned to Read more

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Protecting Business Assets in the Wake of Hurricane Ida
  Hurricane Ida made landfall in New Orleans in late August and brought with it a wave of destruction, leaving the city scrambling to begin rescue efforts and restore power. Read more
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How to Hire Without Compromising Jobsite Safety
Labor shortages have been a constant challenge across a number of industries. Which poses a really interesting question: How do hiring challenges affect the potential safety Read more
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Will Safety Concerns Speed Up Automation of Window Cleaning Services?
The workers who lead the precarious industry of window-washing are pushing back against low wages and poor safety conditions in Minneapolis, now on strike since mid-August. The Read more
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Are Federal Loans the Key for Building Managers to Improve Their Carbon Footprint
  Improving a building’s carbon footprint helps on multiple fronts. It saves money by reducing energy needs, helps the environment, and allows the building to maintain Read more
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How to Protect Your Facility from Natural Disaster ‘Hotspots’
 Natural disasters, by their very nature, are difficult to plan for. Over the past year, in addition to the weight of recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, disasters around the Read more
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How Can You Ensure Long Term Safety and Hygiene in Your Facility?
The world stepped up its attention to health, wellness and hygiene in response to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, even with reopening progressing, expectations surrounding Read more

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NAB Pulls the Plug on This Year’s Show, Attendees Have Mixed Reactions
September 17, 2021
The Pro AV world was taken by surprise with the cancellation of NAB this October with concerns around COVID's persistent waves and the financial viability of still holding the show. The organization did make sure Read more
What is Pushing Modular Buildings Practices Through the Roof?
September 17, 2021
 Modular construction has grown tremendously in the past few years, leading many to believe it's a new innovation in the building industry. In reality, it has been around for quite awhile, but has Read more
The Experience Evolution: Prep the Halls—2021 Holiday Shopping Trends and Tips
September 17, 2021
   Did the pandemic rewrite the rules for the holiday shopping season? Is there even a rulebook anymore? As consumers look to engage with their favorite brands across all channels this upcoming Read more
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Protecting Business Assets in the Wake of Hurricane Ida
September 10, 2021
  Hurricane Ida made landfall in New Orleans in late August and brought with it a wave of destruction, leaving the city scrambling to begin rescue efforts and restore power. With natural disaster events sweeping across all parts of the nation this year, how should businesses maneuver insuring their assets and stores? For answers, we turned to Read more
How to Hire Without Compromising Jobsite Safety
August 31, 2021
Labor shortages have been a constant challenge across a number of industries. Which poses a really interesting question: How do hiring challenges affect the potential safety conditions of a company? To get some insight into this question MarketScale called upon one of the hosts of the Safety Justice League podcast, Jason Lucas, to give some us some Read more
Will Safety Concerns Speed Up Automation of Window Cleaning Services?
August 23, 2021
The workers who lead the precarious industry of window-washing are pushing back against low wages and poor safety conditions in Minneapolis, now on strike since mid-August. The demands include not only higher pay and more guarantees around their safety while on the job, but also specific training around how to perform their jobs during COVID's Delta Read more
Are Federal Loans the Key for Building Managers to Improve Their Carbon Footprint
August 19, 2021
  Improving a building’s carbon footprint helps on multiple fronts. It saves money by reducing energy needs, helps the environment, and allows the building to maintain consistent power during electrical grid uncertainties. So what can building owners and companies do to improve their building’s carbon footprint? Here to give insights on Read more
How to Protect Your Facility from Natural Disaster ‘Hotspots’
July 30, 2021
 Natural disasters, by their very nature, are difficult to plan for. Over the past year, in addition to the weight of recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, disasters around the world have bared their teeth. Extreme flooding in Germany and China, freezes in the American Midwest, fires raging across Canada – the list is long. What’s worse, Read more
How Can You Ensure Long Term Safety and Hygiene in Your Facility?
July 29, 2021
The world stepped up its attention to health, wellness and hygiene in response to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, even with reopening progressing, expectations surrounding cleanliness and safety remain higher than ever before. That means that, particularly in high-touch spaces like schools and daycares and among workers coming into close contact, Read more
Real Estate Titans Say Don’t Bet on the Death of Cities
June 24, 2021
Tishman Speyer Properties President Rob Speyer and Brookfield Asset Management Inc. CEO Bruce Flatt discuss the prospects for commercial real estate during a panel discussion moderated by Bloomberg's Carol Massar at the Qatar Economic Forum. Real estate titans Tishman and Brookfield have invested billions snapping up discounted offices and other commercial Read more
Contractual Compliance Sustains a Better Building
June 23, 2021
Any organization that owns buildings understands the importance of maintaining them with regular service calls. Many have contracts with service providers, but not all of them are met on time. If that occurs, building owners can find themselves in need of emergency repairs to their HVAC unit. That’s not the case for today’s guest on 10 Minutes to a Better Read more
How Displacement Ventilation Leads to Better IEQ
June 16, 2021
Indoor air quality isn’t the only aspect of building comfort that owners and those maintaining buildings need to consider. IEQ, or indoor environment quality, factors in many different considerations from noise to comfort and quality. Jerry Scanlan, Executive Vice President at Boland, and Einar Frobom, Director of Sales and Marketing at Carson Read more