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9 Ways to Avoid Legionella

Implement a water management plan without ballooning your budget: Are you taking Legionnaires’ disease seriously enough? The summer 2015 outbreak in New York City that killed 12 people and sickened over 100 more underscores the danger to your building occupants (and your reputation) if Legionella risk isn’t managed carefully. Because Legionella is a building water [...]

Best Practices in HVAC System Maintenance to Optimize Efficiency

There have been tremendous advancements in the facilities management environment over the last several years. A fast growing phenomenon that is positively impacting facility managers (FMs) to better handle the systems is integration and interoperatibility. Thanks to growing IT convergence and rapid data transmission, it is now feasible to link a variety of processes and [...]

10 ways to prevent building-associated Legionnaires’ Disease

Facilities Engineering Journal - Managing risks to the safety and health of your guests is one of the most important aspects of your job as a hotel engineer or maintenance professional. Taking a  preventive approach is key to minimizing the risk of infection from Legionnaire’s Disease. 10 proactive ways that can help you minimize the risk of [...]

Caring for Concrete – Tips for extending the life of your floor

Cleaning & Maintenance Management – A recent continuing education article by McGraw-Hill (2015) “Entrance Mats Keep It Clean,” found that studies indicate “as much as 80 percent of all the soil, dust, contaminants, and moisture entering a facility are tracked in on the shoes of building staff and guests. Sustained tracking of dry soils into the [...]