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Addressing Aging Buildings: Balancing Preservation, Sustainability, and Economic Realities Are aging buildings a ticking time bomb? This article explores the hidden challenges, innovative solutions, and the path to a sustainable future.
Higher education facilities play a crucial role in shaping the future of our society. They provide students with a platform to learn, grow, and build their careers. However, maintaining these facilities can take time and effort, particularly regarding aging buildings.
How to use technology to improve aging building stock and infrastructure Let's talk about how using technology improves aging buildings and infrastructure! Facility managers face complex decisions about whether they should plan to build, renovate, or demolish aging buildings and infrastructure. Making these decisions is compounded by the need for increased operational efficiency, improved technology, and better financial returns, notably following disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facility managers are facing tough decisions about whether to build, renovate, or demolish aging buildings and infrastructure. These demands are further challenged by the need for increased operational efficiency, improved technology, and better financial returns. So, how do facilities professionals make complex decisions about whether to replace or renovate aging buildings and infrastructure?