Product Line: Facilities Forum
Research laboratory design can lead to wasted resources and hindered progress toward research goals. Bust three design myths to avoid such consequences.
Learn what higher ed project managers project managers need to rethink about their roles and responsibilities to best support campus development in this infographic.
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.
Get communication strategies to socialize campus stakeholders to costs and operations, answering: Why do Facilities services cost so much?
While critical for modernizing campus for functional and aesthetic reasons, the process for determining which capital projects are funded—and which are not—is complex and politically fraught.
While Facilities outsourcing is common among private companies, higher education’s different characteristics and goals make it impossible to directly apply lessons learned from the private sector.
Learn how institutions are re-imagining recommissioning, retrofits, and continuous commissioning exercises to help enhance efficiency investments and reduce long-term utility costs.
Because campuses can no longer rely on the current pool of skilled tradespeople, Facilities must build in-house talent development programs.
To avoid future failures and reduce the deferred maintenance backlog, institutions must invest in and expand their preventive maintenance programs.
We polled Facilities leaders across higher ed institutions in the United States and Canada about the unionization rates of their teams