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Buying Facility Management Software: Understand Your Needs

It’s no secret that today’s facility teams are stretching resources, budgets, and personnel to the absolute maximum to stay efficient and responsive to emergencies. But what’s the most appropriate technology for on-the-go facility teams who can’t risk wasting time searching for critical documents in plan rooms or hard drives? Purchasing technology solutions for facilities management […]

How Connected Construction Helps Owners Improve the Lifecycle of their Facilities

Autodesk Construction Cloud connects owners to meaningful data at every stage of construction to reduce risk, maximize efficiency, streamline handover, and fuel future operations and planning. With projects becoming more complex—physically, commercially, environmentally, and societally—the traditional process of construction struggles to deliver acceptable outcomes. By leveraging modern technology trends offered by Autodesk, Owners are poised […]

Facility Managers’ Best Kept Secret: DroneDeploy

A Guide to How Building Services, Facility & Property Managers Can Benefit from Drone Data Because inspections illuminate potential risks and hazards to your building, you need solutions that help you drive consistency in documentation and provide in-action plans. Drones, as well as ground-based cameras and sensors, drive automation, accuracy, and efficiency, and are quickly […]

The New Corporate Health Responsibility

Access this free whitepaper to take a look at the post-pandemic employee’s renewed prioritization of health and what it means for employers as Americans return to the office.

Improving Facilities Operations With Situational Awareness

Safe, resilient facilities require strong situational awareness, the use of operational intelligence, and analytics-ready, time-stamped data to drive decision-making. By taking a systemic approach that prioritizes systems integration and targeted analytics, facilities can undergo holistic transformation, reducing risk, improving safety, and decreasing operating costs. This white paper will help facility managers gain greater literacy about […]

Bradley Handwashing Research

Survey Finds Men More Concerned About Coronavirus Than Women

Men Increase and Maintain Handwashing in Response to Pandemic MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., (March 8, 2021) — According to a national survey, men are significantly more concerned about contracting the coronavirus than women. The Healthy Handwashing Survey™ conducted by Bradley Corporation found that 62% of men are “very concerned” about getting the virus compared to 45% […]

2020 Facilities Management Advisor Salary Guide

The 2020 Facilities Management Salary Guide is here to help facility management employers and employees understand where they stand in today’s job market. This Salary Guide includes not only salary and wage data from 2018 to 2019 but also training, education, and certification information as it applies to 16 benchmarked exempt and nonexempt positions.

3 Tips for Mitigating Campus Security Threats

Our world is full of threats both external and internal. This whitepaper encourages looking at life safety and security measures on your campus from another perspective. Most facilities have addressed access control and the securing of main doors, but those should be measures of last resort. There are steps you can take — some that you may not have considered — to mitigate the threat before it arrives at your front door.

2019 Facilities Management Advisor Salary Guide

This survey includes data effective January 1, 2018, and January 1, 2019. Data are reported for 16 positions specific to the facilities management field and allow you to analyze changes in salaries from year to year. The positions included in this Salary Guide are defined as nonexempt or exempt.

A Thermostat Simply Isn’t Enough

In a typical room, building designers will often place the thermostat near a light switch at the entrance of the room. While thermostat placement may appear straightforward, no matter how hard the designer tries, it often ends up in the wrong location; wrong in the sense that it doesn’t achieve its primary function.