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  • Keeping your facilities rodent-freeAny building is at risk from pests, but large office facilities, which are a hive of activity during the day but largely unoccupied at night, are particularly vulnerable to rodent infestations, warns David Cross. 23 April 2015
  • Incorporate biophilic design into the workplaceIncorporating nature-inspired design into the workplace has proven physical and psychological benefits for the occupants, but how can FMs go about practically including natural elements into the office? Oliver Heath explains. 23 April 2015
  • Improving concierge servicesThere are five key matters that FMs need to consider to improve service quality when implementing a new strategy in concierge services, explains Julie Hulme. 09 April 2015
  • Introduce vending into your businessDark as dishwater' instant coffee and frustratingly common machine breakdowns are becoming a thing of the past, says David Wilson. 09 April 2015
  • M&E in education facilitiesCarrying out mechanical and electrical engineering during a school day requires a clear strategy so do your homework, says David Davis. 09 April 2015
  • Understand your building's DNAEnergy wastage and discomfort can both affect a company's bottom line, but it is not always obvious where the losses are happening. Time to go 'CSI' and look into your building's 'DNA', says Mike Mahony. 02 April 2015
  • A new era of maintenanceBuilding Information Modelling and initiatives such as CIBSE Guide M and SFG20 herald a new era for building maintenance. Tony Luck and Geoff Prudence explain why. 26 March 2015
  • Maintaining effective entrance systemsJonathan Nobbs highlights the importance of entrance systems in maintaining effective building management 12 March 2015
  • Guide to maintaining guttersMark de Rozarieux explains why it is in the best interests of facilities managers to carefully maintain the gutters of their properties, and offers advice on how best to do soark de Rozarieux explains why it is in the best interests of facilities managers to carefully maintain the gutters of their properties, and offers advice on how best to do so 12 March 2015
  • Identifying and dealing with asbestoss 20 people, on average, still die every week from asbestos-related diseases, the HSE's 'Beware Asbestos' campaign reminds those working on commercial properties that asbestos is still a very real threat facing trades people and maintenance workers 26 February 2015
  • How to implement an ergonomics strategyWorkplace-related injuries are on the rise, according to HSE statistics. Jeremy Hodges, director at Sygnus Office Partnership, explains how facilities managers can tackle the issue head-on. 24 February 2015
  • Best practice: print management servicesPrint management services covers everything from sourcing paper, ink and printer hardware to document management and some mailroom services. But what are the trends in the market? James Gilding of Mitie's total document management business explains. 16 February 2015
  • Reusing or recycling used carpetNew guidance has been published to encourage more reuse and recycling of carpet from all types of refurbishment schemes. Laurance Bird shares some of the top tips to help facilities professionals. 06 February 2015
  • Document management - going paper-freeKeeping all your company data on paper is not only old-fashioned and cumbersome in the modern world it could pose as much of a threat to your business as computer hacking, warns Phil Greenwood of Iron Mountain. 29 January 2015
  • Best practice: managing supply chain relationshipsEarlier this month, the BIFM and its Procurement Special Interest Group produced a guidance note for facilities managers, outlining the key factors in a successful supply chain relationship. This is an extract from the guide, which is available online. 26 January 2015
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