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Comfortable, inclusive workspaces support innovation and engagement for everyone.
To keep higher education leaders up to speed on evolving tastes, this article unpacks the food industry trends that inform Gen Z tastes.
The Capital Project Charter Template, part of the Facilities Forum's Campus Design Toolkit, ensures that everyone involved in a design project is operating on the same timeline and with the same goals. Keep reading to discover five ways the tool can help institutions develop detailed plans for any capital project.
Get communication strategies to socialize campus stakeholders to costs and operations, answering: Why do Facilities services cost so much?
Facilities leaders must improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their project management functions to meet their campuses’ needs. Through the 2018 Project Management Survey, EAB's report provides overall project management staffing and productivity benchmarks, including detailed tabular results, quartile rankings, and data cuts between public and private institutions.
We polled Facilities leaders across higher ed institutions in the United States and Canada about the unionization rates of their teams
Some colleges have established thrift stores that give usable items destined for the landfill a chance at a new home. The initiatives help save the environment—and save students money.
As the COVID-19 crisis deepens, senior Facilities officers (SFOs) continue to make critical decisions around open-ended issues, such as how to prioritize Facilities work and which construction projects can proceed. In April, EAB surveyed about 75 SFOs from higher education institutions across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom to understand the impact of COVID-19 on Facilities construction, operations, and staff.
To provide researchers with quicker access to better short-term lab space—and maximize the value of their lab investments—institutions should consider designating fixed research swing space on campus. Read on to learn about the University of Vermont (UVM) College of Medicine’s dedicated swing lab.
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