Federally-regulated organizations will need to prioritize specific actions that advance accessibility and disability inclusion by 2040.
The toughest job of integrating AI into daily work life may be getting the facility management team on board.
Once complete, it will serve as an inspiration for others pursuing deep retrofits of existing buildings, an endeavour that offers the most hope for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Halifax.
A common fear we hear is that P3s are just too complex, a reputation certainly undiminished by the last three years of challenges, including a global health crisis, major supply chain disruption, labour shortages, inflation, and rising commodity prices.
Many technologies figure highly into disaster resilience and property restoration and can be of great interest to facility managers for buildings in affected regions.
The accommodation process is inherently collaborative, and employers and employees need to be cooperative, share information, and work together to find potential accommodation solutions.
Before ASHRAE Standard 241, there were no specific standards for the control of infectious aerosols in our indoor environments.
A new set of standards defines minimum sustainability criteria for high-volume materials used in architecture and interior projects.
A look at the recently completed $112-million expansion project at Centennial College built on Indigenous values.
When a flooding event occurs, either weather-based or mechanical, the effects can be swift and devastating.
The new Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre in Toronto’s east end ushers in a new era of healthcare.
The tension between employees’ desire to work fluidly and the need for predictability within a business is a key factor affecting workplaces around the world.
Canada’s top commercial real estate players have identified the growing importance of visualizing indoor building activities in real time as the use of space becomes less predictable and tenant needs evolve.
Here are some key ingredients to accomplishing meaningful impacts with teams and stakeholders in facility management.
Library and Archives Canada’s new preservation storage facility opened as the first net-zero carbon archival centre in the Americas,
Facility managers are now sitting at the boardroom table, participating in discussions and strategy focused on the future of work and the organizational purpose of the workplace.
A discussion earlier this year gleaned perspectives from women executives on how they promote the FM industry.