Why NOT Taking Action is More Expensive when it comes to Facility Management

  • Why NOT Taking Action is More Expensive when it comes to Facility Management

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    Being a facility manager means there is a great deal of accountability laid at your door. Your role is to keep the entire facility run as smoothly and efficiently as possible, allowing the organization to focus on its primary purpose. With such a vast and varied range of responsibilities, sometimes things fall by the wayside […]

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  • The 4 Most Common Mistakes Facility Managers Make

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    A facility manager’s role is to ensure that a building meets the needs of the people who occupy it. This may sound simple, but it involves many different skills to ensure the facility is soundly and efficiently run. To be successful in this role, an individual must juggle people, processes and technology to guarantee optimal […]

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  • Centralized Vs. Decentralized Maintenance

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    There are two main types of facility maintenance: centralized and decentralized. A question all facility managers should ask themselves when organizing their maintenance is which type is most suitable for their facility. The answer greatly depends on the individual organization, and the benefits and disadvantages of each type should be considered before deciding. You should […]

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  • How to Make Your Building Greener and Save Money

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    Being green has become increasingly important to businesses in recent years. Companies want their buildings to be more environmentally conscious, and many are beginning to see the financial advantages. By taking a few easy steps you can make your buildings more green and financially prosperous. 1. Lighting Lighting is one easy way to make a […]

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  • What is Reliability Centered Maintenance?

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    Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)was created to ensure a system continually works to the best of its ability in several different areas. RCM focuses on establishing the safe, minimum levels of maintenance. If implemented correctly, this should lead to increased reliability and uptime of machinery, cost-effectiveness, and a better understanding of the safety and risk involved […]

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