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Facility Maintenance Decisions
The only magazine for facility maintenance and engineering managers

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Dan Hounsell

Dan Hounsell

Ryan Berlin

Ryan Berlin
Managing Editor

Editorial - Editorial: Dan Hounsell Deferred Maintenance: What Will It Take To Act?
Feature - Grounds Management Utility Vehicles: Repair or Replace?Effective specification requires that grounds managers understand department needs and equipment options.
Feature - Emergency Heating How to Determine Emergency Heating NeedsEmergency heating considerations include determining facility needs and understanding equipment options
Feature - CMMS New-Generation CMMS Options and OpportunitiesTechnology advances and greater flexibility result in software that can benefit departments and organizations.
Feature - Plumbing & Restrooms Drain Cleaning: Advances in Tools Expand Power, VersatilityAdvances offer managers more opportunities to match equipment options to facility needs.
Feature - Energy Strategies Upgrades and the Role of Utility IncentivesBy understanding upgrade opportunities and available incentives, managers can deliver bottom-line benefits
Feature - Plumbing & Restrooms Plumbing Renovations That Enhance PerformanceManagers who understand facility needs can improve hygiene, water savings and the user experience.
Feature - Management Insight: Andrew Gager Implementing a Successful Asset Management ProgramISO 55000 Standards for Asset Management can help make organizations safer and work cohesively with facility resources.
Feature - Retrofits and Renovations Boilers: Repair or Replace?Managers at UCHealth Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs had to overcome scheduling and access challenges to deliver a successful boiler upgrade.
Editorial - Editorial: Dan Hounsell Tips to Better Understanding Your AudiencesMaintenance is the message and savvy managers can tailor their message to their audiences- the c-suite, department staff, and customers.