Back pack vacuum cleaners, condition based maintenance, day cleaning and handheld technologies. Many of us who work within Facilities Management would recognise and accept these as examples of innovation that have been introduced over the last few years, with varying degrees of
By Joe Mihalik, Director of Operations and Ray Doyle, Principal Engineer
Facilities teams are evolving from those who once worked behind the scenes on plumbing and painting, to those who are now strategically managing a building’s operations. This change
Innovative users have been part of greater Boston’s tapestry (and significant users of real estate) for over 150 years. Our exposure to academia, government funding, industry, and international communities led to a ‘big bang’– creating Boston’s pool of entrepreneurial talent.
By Garrick Brown, Vice President of Retail Research, Americas
Before I get into the meat of this week’s Newsline there are a couple of events coming up that I would like to give a quick couple of plugs to. If
By Joshua Deale, Public Relations / Marketing Coordinator
42, a non-profit technology school based in Paris, has launched in the United States. Featuring a space of approximately 200,000 square feet, 42 is located in the Silicon Valley, at Fremont, CA in