Introducing new technology to field engineers in a county government environment can seem like a daunting task. Here’s a bit of hindsight that illustrates how good intentions, inclusion, and real-world practice led to ‘accidental’ success.
As we enter 2016, we continue to see the growth of the Facilities Management (FM) industry. New technology, business practices, and shifts in the market are guiding FM organizations, leading to a higher expectation of service and offerings from businesses. The market for outsourced facilities management services is large and growing, estimated at more than $500 billion globally.
[easy-social-share buttons=”facebook,twitter,linkedin,google,mail” counters=0] A few weeks ago I finished up a grueling weekend of clearing brush, weeds and dead trees from a mostly wooded area of my back yard. It was very satisfying to mop my brow, stretch out my aging lower back and gaze upon the extra quarter acre of land that was…
How to go from Reactive to Proactive when Managing your Facilities Maintenance Request. I work in a large county building that is constantly being worked on; whether it’s the landscaping crew mowing the grass, electricians hauling off a downed light pole, or plumbers replacing old toilets.