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Earth Day is now in the rearview mirror, but that doesn’t mean you should focus any less on fostering sustainability in your facilities. In that respect, BOMA offers five tips to expand active efforts in efficiency and resilience that…

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Becoming more environmentally friendly has been on the minds of commercial construction companies for year, as it has with Dublin Building Systems. Green construction techniques have become more mainstream and cost-efficient, many have been adopted as standard construction practices. Here are a few…

Read more: Green Construction Trends that are becoming Standard Commercial Construction Procedures

So many details go into creating and building a business. There is the brainstorming process,  building the business, and finally building…the building. There are several aspects that go into building a commercial building and it is important to find a design-build firm that is…

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Warm weather means many wonderful things, unfortunately it also leads to an increase in pest activity. The first thing facility managers should focus on it prevention, you want to stop insects from establishing an infestation before it starts. If they have already invaded your facility, no need to…

Read more: Springtime Pest Prevention

Spring is finally here! This is a great chance for facility managers and building owners to review their cleaning programs and plan for spring. Daily cleaning tasks and deep cleaning initiatives go a long way toward preparing a facility for a new season of occupants and visitors. Here are a few…

Read more: Spring Cleaning Tips

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Natural lighting is a great way to save energy and help the lighting in your building, but it is not always a cheap fix. The interior sections of a building are often left without any natural light post-retrofit and still require consistent conventional lighting, which causes the energy bill to…

Read more: Tubular Daylighting Devices

When you walk into a building in winter you often find yourself bringing the winter hazards with you as well. The ideal entryway in a building will have a flooring system that protects occupants from injury and the rest of the building from outdoor elements that find their way inside.

Providing the…

Read more: Reduce Maintenance and Injury with Entryway Flooring

Cold and flu season is unfortunately upon us. As a facility manager there are things you can and should be doing to help your building occupants stay happy and healthy during these winter months. 80% of illness-causing germs are spread through touch according to the CDC, cleaning and disinfecting is…

Read more: Preventing Illness in the Workplace

People working in green buildings think better in the office and sleep better when they get home, a new study has revealed. The research indicates that better ventilation, lighting and heat control improves workers’ performance and could boost their productivity by thousands of dollars a year.…

Read more: Green Buildings make you work Smarter and sleep Sounder, study Reveals

With the winter season only a few weeks away, now is the time to begin preparing your building for the colder months. While it may not seem necessary right now, doing these things will help to keep your building more efficient and your employees happy.


  1. Keep an eye on the weather– While this…
  2. Read more: PREPARE YOUR OFFICE BUILDING FOR WINTER

The health and wellbeing of your building’s occupants isn’t just something for human resources to think about. Facilities managers can plan an important role in making sure the people who work in your building are happy, healthy and active. Incorporate active design elements in your…

Read more: Promote Wellness in your Building

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