Facility managers all over the country are turning to their cleaning contractors and janitorial distributors asking them, what can we do to keep our building users healthy and our doors open?
In an earlier postings, we discussed some of the more personal ways a business consultant or coach can help contractors. Now, let’s talk about the business reasons a company, such as a cleaning contractor or building management firm, might call in a business consultant. Fresh Eyes At the top of the list is the contractor’s …
An effective and often very quick way to clean carpet is called encapsulation carpet cleaning or dry carpet cleaning.
Many Facility Managers believe that poor indoor air quality is a problem that has been addressed and corrected. That is not quite right
When an emergency arises in a facility that does not have an effective budget in place, severe repercussions may follow.
Facility Managers need to take a fresh look at the exterior of their facilities to keep tenants happy and welcome building visitors
Study finds that facilities could reduce their lightening needs and still keep building users happen just by cleaning soiled lightbulbs and fixtures.
One of the most important things facility managers are tasked to do is to establish a realistic and sustainable budget. Here are seven tips on how to do it.
When Facility Managers decide to transfer to green cleaning products there may be some reluctance on the part of management staff as well as building tenants
What apparently keeps tenants in a property and what pulls new tenants into the facility are that the property is technically current and physically updated.