Sick building syndrome is a condition recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
CIMS-certified FSPs display the same dedication to work whether they are performing routine maintenance checks or handling a major operational problem.
With winter on the horizon, it’s time to finalize your maintenance strategy for the coming cold weather.
Too often, maintenance is perceived and employed as a purely reactive task. Fixing things only after they fail is human nature – but at a personal and institutional level, this approach creates a lot of problems.
It’s time to stop thinking about sustainability in one-dimensional terms. It needs to become a theory of development and maintenance that encompasses multiple ideas.
In order to meet LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance standards, building owners need to ensure that even their cleaning products are sustainable.
For years, LEED certifications have been a growing focus throughout much of the green building world.