Contributing Content to FacilitiesNet

FacilitiesNet is always interested in publishing articles written by industry experts — either practitioners or consultants — who wish to share their expertise and experience with facility professionals. 

The editorial content of FacilitiesNet deals specifically with the design, construction, maintenance and operations of facilities. 

Our mission is to provide timely information and industry insights to executive building ownership and facilities management decision makers to aid them in their ongoing duties. 

To that end, we are particularly interested in publishing stories that identify current trends, report industry news, or offer solutions* to challenges that our readers face.

*Please note solutions should not be brand-specific. We do not accept articles from product manufacturers or software providers. However, these suppliers can refer to product submissions. 

Guidelines for article submission

Proposal: Before you submit a completed article toFacilitiesNet for consideration, we ask that you please provide a brief (200 words or fewer) synopsis of the topic you propose to cover in the article. Proposals can be emailed to Greg Zimmerman, senior contributing editor, at

Published articles will be subject to editorial review and discretion, and will be exclusive to FacilitiesNet. Generally, articles should be 500 to 1,000 words.

Guidelines for product submission

We are eager to hear from manufacturers about new products and product improvements, as well as case studies in which a specific product was used to resolve a challenge for a client. 

Please send your product press releases and case studies (including photos) for consideration to

Image/Photo guidelines

Photos are required for all product submissions and strongly recommended for submitted articles. They should be 300 dpi and should be submitted in a .JPEG format. Please be sure to include captions and photo credit information. They can be submitted via email to