Facility leaders share their thoughts on what to expect this year and beyond
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It’s been a relatively quiet hurricane season in the U.S., but a reminder that the season is still ongoing occurred over the weekend with news of Hurricane Ian landing in Cuba and on track to hit Florida this week.
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, like thousands of institutional and commercial facilities across Florida, is making plans to protect its facilities from the winds and storm damage that major hurricanes can inflict on a region.
As Ian continues to build steam and potentially reach Category 3 status, it’s a reminder that facility managers need to prepare year-round for when storm season emerges.
Here are links to some of our most recent coverage stressing the importance of ensuring buildings are resilient to the increasing threats of climate change and the rising level of intensity for such storms:
Ratifying the Kigali Amendment will sharply limit the use of hydrofluorocarbons.
Twenty-four campuses of more than 360 in the district submitted a work order between Aug. 8, the first day of school, and Aug. 11.
McCullough is the fifth in a series of 2022 Facility Champion profiles sponsored by Ferguson Facilities Supplies.