Many commercial real estate operators are making the simple business case for buildings that are functional for all potential users. It’s a quest that can begin with simple investigations, simple low-cost measures and simple mindfulness.
Three key lessons for making buildings energy- and carbon-efficient and healthy.
Recognizing the dangers of combustible dust accumulations will help to ensure the prevention of explosions.
Ontario’s civic building inventory has fallen the farthest behind on capital repair among seven categories of municipal infrastructure assets scrutinized in a newly released report from the Financial Accountability Office of Ontario.
Open communication from management and staff will be key to normalizing new and fast-evolving cleaning procedures.
As a Fitwel® Champion and Industry Advisor for the Viral Response Module, BentallGreenOak is helping to ensure evolving health and wellness demands are met in Canadian real estate.
Optimizing ventilation and air handling systems is key to achieving net zero energy performance goals.
Pre-pandemic, this had been hiding under the radar of technological innovation.
Enhancing cleaning, disinfection, and communication is critically important within real estate at a time when health and safety is top of mind.
Leveraging appropriate service technology and integrated service tools can ensure buildings are safe and properly maintained.
Four solutions for a smarter, safer, and cleaner building as cleaning and maintenance is reinvented.
The grant offers qualifying facilities a chance to help offset the costs of the GBAC STAR accreditation program and a free 6-month trial of a cleaning task management software.
Results of a wide-ranging survey show many major Canadian commercial real estate players braced for the erosion of consumer confidence, tenant solvency and their own investment returns.
Commuters’ willingness to jump on the bus, light-rail car or subway is expected to be a driving factor in repopulating office space in some major North American markets, including Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
The new GBAC STAR accreditation program is taking the complication and uncertainty out of reopening large Canadian commercial facilities.
The CECRA program is voluntary. Not all eligible landlords will necessarily take advantage of this program for various reasons.
Like humans, living walls might be overdue for a trim, but few are imperilled in the now largely empty surroundings of commercial and institutional buildings.