What are the essential tasks that Facility Managers must do to prepare for Spring? As the seasons shift from the dark days of winter to the renewal of springtime, many areas across the United States experience variable climate change from savage spring downpours to rapidly melting snow and frost left over from winter.
At Intellis, we keep a watchful eye on technological developments that have the potential to transform the Facilities Management Industry. One area that we are continually excited about is Smart Cities. The Smart Cities revolution will make it easier to leverage data to maintain the built environment more efficiently.
September is National Preparedness Month, which promotes family and community disaster planning now and throughout the year. As our nation continues to respond to COVID-19, there is no better time to be involved this September.
So many once busy buildings are now practically left empty or admitting only a few visitors a day. Now is the time to ensure all facilities and assets are protected by reviewing security measures and updating procedures.
The health of our buildings, particularly, k to 12 schools and colleges and university facilities, is more important than ever.
Empowering colleges and universities with innovative strategies and solutions that make collecting data for facility condition assessments and developing justifiable capital plans a whole lot easier is our mission.
During this uncertain time, we know that the health of your workforce and the health of your company are of the utmost importance. We are here to help you ensure business continuity and to help you lead improvement.
Things have dramatically changed in a matter of days for many. School closures, self-quarantine and tough decisions about cancel meetings and events. While these are not the easiest decisions, experts have recommended social distancing in order to help slowdown the spread of COVID-19 and "flatten the curve".
As of Monday March 16 many public and private schools across the nation have now been closed. And the situation is continuing to change. School closures, self-quarantine, social distancing and tough decisions including cancelled meetings and other in-person events have become essential to help 'flatten the curve', slowing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and helping to ensure that key healthcare facilities do not become overburdened. While these are not the easiest decisions, they can help slowdown the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety of all of students and staff is always a top priority for K12 Schools as well as Colleges and Universities, and it is now more than ever in the wake of the evolving global situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We encourage everyone to listen to facts and not respond to fear, and we have provided a list of resources at the end of this article.