Electrical & Lighting
For building owners and property managers who don’t do their due diligence, the implications can be catastrophic.
Energy conservation initiatives are cutting costs and supporting skills development that make health care operations more self-reliant in five James Bay communities.
Playgrounds across the country continue to leave children on the sidelines with design and maintenance practices that are not fully inclusive.
The University of Manitoba is currently undertaking the largest accessibility audit ever conducted in the province.
Flooding heightens the risk of occupational electrical-related fatalities and injuries when restoring power to electrical systems.
Although Canada is finally banning asbestos-containing products for good by 2018, the government hasn’t yet clarified issues related to existing asbestos.
After completing significant hospital upgrades last year, Royal University Hospital is now doubling the expected savings from energy improvements.
A recent survey of managers in Ontario indicates that about 40 per cent don’t realize the Ontario Electrical Safety Code applies to work in their buildings.
Protecting vital building systems that address comfort, usability, life safety, fire prevention and compliance with general occupancy requirements.
Simple energy efficient measures in a facility can significantly lower costs related to maintenance and operations.
The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) has offered a window into its renewal needs backlog by releasing facilities data for each of its school buildings.
Most facility managers don’t consider pest management when designing and installing lighting systems in and around their properties, but they should.
Period load testing may be costly, but leaving a facility in the dark is costlier. An expert explains how to fix generator problems before outages occur.