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Facility Group Editorial Team
Dan Weltin

Dan Weltin
Editor-in-Chief, Facility Market
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Greg Zimmerman

Greg Zimmerman
Editor, FacilitiesNet.com
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Dave Lubach

Dave Lubach
Editor, Building Operating Management
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Dan Hounsell

Dan Hounsell
Editor, Facility Maintenance Decisions
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Recent Articles

Feature - Indoor Air Quality 5 Core Elements of Good Indoor Air HygieneThe pandemic has emphasized the importance of an indoor air environment that supports healthy, happy, productive occupants.
Feature - Visualizer: Health and Wellness How Wellness Initiatives Incorporate SustainabilityA workspace reimagined with health and wellness strategies included is paying dividends in terms of occupant satisfaction and sustainability goals.
Feature - Renovations 5 Innovative Strategies to Consider for the Post-Pandemic OfficeAs hybrid work takes root, implementing these five strategies can help ensure your post-pandemic office is flexible and occupant friendly.
Feature - Infection Control To Mitigate COVID-19 Risk, Focus on IAQFacility managers must take a leading role in implementing infection control measures to promote the health and safety of building occupants.
Feature - Cover Story: Hurricane Recovery How Louisiana Facility Managers Pitched In for Hurricane RecoveryFacility managers are one big team. So when Hurricane Ida landed in Louisiana, school FMs were ready to assist peers.
Feature - Deferred Maintenance 5 Hidden Costs of Deferring Maintenance For every dollar saved by deferring maintenance, there comes a four dollar increase in future capital renewal costs.
Feature - Editorial Facility Management Industry Is Ready for a Return to Normal A successful in-person show illustrates how eager our industry is to get back to what we're good at: Managing buildings.
Feature - Special Section: International Concrete Repair Institute  Understanding Concrete Cracks: A PrimerProperty managers must pro-actively be on the lookout for concrete cracking and spalling.
Feature - Elevators Understanding Proposed Changes to NYC Elevator CodeChanges include defining more specifically who is able to do inspections, as well as the timing and type of inspections.
Feature - Visualizer: Know These Common Culprits for Moisture InfiltrationFacility managers need to waterproof these areas of industrial roofs.