As the responsibilities of modern facilities managers become more diverse, so do the skills that facilities managers must bring to the job.
As states, cities and towns develop an interest in restoring historic buildings, and as the tax benefits of doing so make costs manageable, many companies are retrofitting one of these older buildings instead of building new facilities.
With the worldwide drive for sustainability gaining steam and more people pushing for sustainability in their everyday lives, cities around the globe are taking part in the movement.
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It’s not easy being green, and there’s a phrase for that: Analysts call it the “energy performance gap.”
There are many reasons why the facilities management workforce is scrambling to fill positions and attract new talent.