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Industry News

Security in Building Design Falls Short and Adds Costs, Study Finds

New report reveals that while security is a new priority in building design, a mismatch between ambition and reality leads to spiraling costs.
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Fire & Life Safety

6 Ways to Address Water Damage After Fire Suppression and Prevent Mold Growth

Jan. 17, 2024
Fire suppression is absolutely essential during a fire, but it can also leave your property vulnerable to mold. These 6 key strategies will help you address water damage and dry...
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Safety & Security

Why Landlords and Property Managers Should Understand Snow Removal Laws

Jan. 3, 2024
Your city or county most likely has a snow removal law. Here’s what these laws typically include and what you need to know about them.
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ADA Compliance

Building for Accessibility: Railing Systems that Prioritize Inclusivity

Dec. 27, 2023
Railings establish safety, support and guidance for anyone in your facility. But are your railings ADA compliant? These must-know accessibility tips will ensure your railings ...
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The Importance of Rooftop Fall Protection for Building Owners and Facility Managers

Dec. 1, 2023
Is your roof a safe place to be? Understand the nuances of rooftop safety by knowing the specific regulations that govern it.
Safety & Security

Ensuring Safety & Security for Today's Buildings

Nov. 28, 2023
This digital resource offers practical guidance for owners and facility managers to keep their facilities secure against threats, both physical and digital.