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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Counting Carbon: Understanding Carbon Footprints Of Buildings

    Emissions from energy used in building operations are the obvious place to start in measuring a building's carbon footprint, but stopping there leaves many emission sources off the table, such as emissions from transportation to and from the building, providing water to the building, and creating the building itself. Energy...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Achieving Effective Office Acoustics: Understanding Acoustics Leads To The Inclusion Of Sound Masking

    Studies show that acoustics are an essential consideration in meeting what is arguably the primary goal of the office: to provide a setting conducive to optimal work performance. Basically, a sound masking system consists of a series of speakers that distribute an electronically generated background sound within a facility. Because...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Lighting And Energy Efficiency For LEED-EB

    LEED puts a significant effort into energy efficiency. Its point total will often be the deciding factor in the level of achievement. With a possible ten points at stake, it is one of the most lucrative areas for harvesting points. Lighting efficiency plays a major role in this quest. The...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    "ECO-Gardens": Improving Indoor Environmental Quality With Interior Plants

    As building and material technologies advance for greater energy efficiency, residential, office and commercial buildings are designed and built to allow little unwanted ventilation. As a result, indoor air pollutants are unable to escape and are typically 5-10% more concentrated. Moreover, insufficient ventilation can often lead to 'Sick building syndrome'...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Implementing The Best CMMS For Your Organization

    Implementing a Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) application is not an easy task even when done correctly. The success of the project will play a critical role in the success of the facility and engineering department. By investing some time and effort into evaluating the organization's real needs and taking...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Counting Carbon: Understanding Carbon Footprints Of Buildings

    Emissions from energy used in building operations are the obvious place to start in measuring a building's carbon footprint, but stopping there leaves many emission sources off the table, such as emissions from transportation to and from the building, providing water to the building, and creating the building itself. Energy...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Achieving Effective Office Acoustics: Understanding Acoustics Leads To The Inclusion Of Sound Masking

    Studies show that acoustics are an essential consideration in meeting what is arguably the primary goal of the office: to provide a setting conducive to optimal work performance. Basically, a sound masking system consists of a series of speakers that distribute an electronically generated background sound within a facility. Because...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Lighting And Energy Efficiency For LEED-EB

    LEED puts a significant effort into energy efficiency. Its point total will often be the deciding factor in the level of achievement. With a possible ten points at stake, it is one of the most lucrative areas for harvesting points. Lighting efficiency plays a major role in this quest. The...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    "ECO-Gardens": Improving Indoor Environmental Quality With Interior Plants

    As building and material technologies advance for greater energy efficiency, residential, office and commercial buildings are designed and built to allow little unwanted ventilation. As a result, indoor air pollutants are unable to escape and are typically 5-10% more concentrated. Moreover, insufficient ventilation can often lead to 'Sick building syndrome'...

    Provided By FMLink Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Implementing The Best CMMS For Your Organization

    Implementing a Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) application is not an easy task even when done correctly. The success of the project will play a critical role in the success of the facility and engineering department. By investing some time and effort into evaluating the organization's real needs and taking...

    Provided By FMLink Group