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  1. 08/19/2014

    A new battery has been developed that is free of toxic materials and longer lasting than its more expensive competitors.

  2. 07/22/2014

    How to keep building occupants safe during the hot season.

  3. 10/01/2014

    Battery-powered burnishers offer high performance results and versatility to customize cleaning. Recent advances have significantly enhanced the performance and productivity of battery-powered burnishers. Compared to propane-powered, battery-powered burnishers deliver high performance gloss results, are quieter, require minimal maintenance, and provide excellent health and safety benefits.

     

  4. 10/01/2014

    Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning systems and geothermal systems (or water-source) are two of the most energy-efficient options for cooling and heating available in the U.S. today. This article provides an overview of geothermal VRF zoning technology, which combines the benefits of both systems.

  5. 09/02/2014

    Pandora Media’s new Manhattan office celebrates the individual and the collective.

  6. 04/10/2014
    Los Angeles has remained the top city for ENERGY STAR certified building since 2008, while Washington, D.C. continues to hold onto second place for the fifth consecutive year, according to a new list released by the EPA.
  7. 04/01/2014

    Imagine being able to access facilities information from your tablet PC, iPad or computer, without having to search through stacks of old documents. Thanks to forward-thinking contractors and new collaboration technology, more and more facilities teams are making digital O&Ms a reality. 

  8. 05/01/2014

    During construction of a new 40,000 sf Emergency Room and Acute Care addition at Olive View Medical Center in Sylmar, CA, McCarthy Building Companies decided to take a hard look at the way they had been creating their Operation and Maintenance manuals (O&Ms). While McCarthy had implemented paperless building processes, meaning that everyone on the design and construction team had access to digital documents, their Owners’ facilities departments were still working with printed copies. The paper-based facilities workflow created several challenges including delayed access to information, misplaced drawings and difficulties documenting changes over time.

  9. 06/11/2014

    An updated study now observes local consequences.

  10. 06/23/2014

    What to do when the rain stops and the flood recedes.

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