If COVID-19 has caused you to pare down or shut down operations of water features, keep these tips in mind to maintain safe, efficient systems.
The Building Seismic Safety Council's new seismic provisions for the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program support strong standards and codes to bolster building resilience.
When properly designed, installed, inspected, tested, and maintained, fire alarm systems and detectors normally provide many years of fault-free operation.
Midcelli is a new ergonomic mid-back mesh chair that provides customized, affordable comfort for working from home or office.
The company has received ICC approvals for its Latitude™ and Element™ architectural wall panels used as a part of its rainscreen systems.
Informed by experts in infectious disease and industrial hygiene, ABM EnhancedClean gives facilities executives a strategic approach to help keep people safe as they return to work.
Energy Savings as a Service (ESaaS) allows companies, facilities, and organizations of every size to upgrade their existing energy infrastructure to modern, energy-efficient solutions—but without the up-front costs typically associated with such a project.
For facility security and health and safety, thermal cameras can be a valuable component.
Amid an active western wildfire season, “Wildfire Ready–Business” provides foundational preparedness projects for small businesses and commercial building owners.
As offices, schools, and retail stores reopen, ACEEE’s Steven Nadel discusses how to reduce COVID-19 risks without wasting energy.
After dropping 24%, U.S. office building electricity consumption has risen to 89% of its pre-pandemic level.
View this free video webinar and learn how to proactively plan for catastrophic situations by having an alternative procurement program in place before disaster strikes.
Register for this free webinar and learn how to use technology in your facilities for mass notification, the benefits of combining on-premises notification with mobile alerts, and more.
Facility managers can minimize underused space and cost effectively optimize safety with aspirating systems that continuously take in smoke at identifiable, concealable sample points.
The interiors of the HP Inc. campus, designed by Houston-based PDR, has been awarded LEED v4 Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
View this free video webinar and discover how HID is enabling choice as institutions are redefining what security, convenience, and safety mean to them.