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  • Operations & Maintenance, Technology Measuring Energy Performance: Exploring Today’s Technology and Techniques September 13, 2021 | By: Owen Kavanagh Energy performance and measurement play a large part in the maintenance and running of a building. They are used for certifications such as ENERGY STAR®, and LEED. They can help compare your building to others, and benc [...]
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    Legionella: Taking Negligence Off the Table September 10, 2021 | By: Trace Blackmore The public is wanting to know what legionella is and what needs to be done about it. The public also assumes that the owners and managers of these buildings and facilities where legionella bacteria can be found are proac [...]
  • Design & Construction Cracking Concrete- A Visual Review September 9, 2021 | By: Evan Moore, PE, SE Evan Moore, PE, SE with Engineered Restorations Inc., describes the many different ways concrete can crack, what to look out for as concrete cracks, when to engage building engineer and contractor, and a few ways to repa [...]
  • Design & Construction Defining Structures September 8, 2021 | By: Scott Weiland, PE, SE When working with a structural engineer, there may be terms and acronyms used that are specific to that specialty. In this video,  Scott Weiland, PE, SE, with Innovative Engineering Inc. breaks down the most common te [...]
  • Design & Construction When to Engage a Structural Engineer September 8, 2021 | By: Brian Rivers, PE Brian Rivers, PE, with PM&A details some of the damage requiring an inspection from a structural engineer and contractor, as well as when to inspect mid-rise buildings, high-rise buildings, and parking structures [...]
  • Design & Construction Using Leaks to Identify Structural Issues September 8, 2021 | By: Scott Weiland, PE, SE Water is the number deteriorator of structures. Scott Weiland, PE, SE, with Innovative Engineering Inc. explores how water affects different structural elements, the tests to locate water damage, and how leaks c [...]
  • Design & Construction Inspection Challenges  September 8, 2021 | By: Brian Rivers, PE Brian Rivers, PE, with PM&A, speaks on the common obstacles faced by structural engineers in inspections, and the innovative way in which these challenges are overcome.   This video is part of a series [...]
  • Cybersecurity, Technology Cybersecurity Threats for CRE September 8, 2021 | By: Fred Gordy The best way to combat a potential cybersecurity threat is preparation and education. In this video, Director of Cybersecurity Fred Gordy with Intelligent Buildings, LLC walks through different types of cyberse [...]
  • Design & Construction The History of Codes September 1, 2021 | By: Don Davis All construction projects involve learning about and considering building codes. But where did they come from? in this video, Don Davis, vice president of advocacy and codes with BOMA International, g [...]
  • Design & Construction Structural Inspection and Repair Terms August 30, 2021 | By: Owen Kavanagh Structural Inspection and Repair Terms  What is a slab? What does “movement” mean to a structural engineer? Understanding what is being said when a building is inspected and repaired will help as you navigate [...]
  • Industrial Real Estate Industrial Real Estate: The Basics August 30, 2021 | By: Alec Burchett Industrial real estate is unique in its approach compared to other commercial real estate management such as office, medical, facilities etc. The industrial field is growing quickly and catching the eye of many. Those th [...]
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    The Multiverse of Work Webinar August 26, 2021 | By: Phil Mobley Sponsored by Full Circle Restoration, A Cotton Company, Gray Contracting, Everclear Enterprises, Mayberry Electric, Parker Young Construction, A RESCON Company & SOLID Surface Care. In this webinar, Mobley tackles th [...]
  • COVID-19, Tenant Experience Understanding Tenant Apprehension in the Return to Office August 25, 2021 | By: Kinsey Hinkson, RPA, BOMI-HP Some tenants are ready to return while others may have a few apprehensions about the building, their office and their coworkers. In this video, Kinsey Hinkson with Granite Properties discusses how to be compass [...]
  • Environmental Sustainability, Financial Management Sustainable O+M Purchasing August 24, 2021 | By: Owen Kavanagh Sustainability is at the forefront of many minds, from building managers to office tenants, sustainable operations are a trendy topic for many in Commercial Real Estate (CRE). Sustainable operations and maintenance (O+M) [...]
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    Corporate Culture Begins and Ends with Trust August 19, 2021 | By: Paul Petricca The culture of an organization is invisible. You can’t touch it, yet corporate leaders are constantly searching for the elusive prize of a positive and inclusive culture. Many factors, including cool and creative offic [...]
  • Design & Construction, Risk Management Seismic and Other Considerations in Repairing Older Structures August 17, 2021 | By: Mark Lester, Mike Merrick Mike Merrick, PE, SE, and Mark Lester, PE, of PENTA Engineering Group, LLC., explain the consideration in strengthening and repairing older façades and structures, as well as the involvement of other parties in structur [...]
  • Design & Construction, Operations & Maintenance Resources for Structural Inspection and Repair August 17, 2021 | By: Evan Moore Evan Moore, PE, SE, of Engineered Restorations Inc., describes four resources for building owners and managers on structural inspection and repair as well as their format, use, and how to incorporate them into your maint [...]
  • Design & Construction Structural Considerations for Older Buildings August 17, 2021 | By: Mark Lester, Mike Merrick Mark Lester, PE, and Mike Merrick, PE, SE, of PENTA Engineering Group, LLC., discuss the issues found in repairing older buildings, such as locating historic documents, applying historical codes, and material considerati [...]
  • Design & Construction Repairing Older Structures August 17, 2021 | By: Mark Lester, Mike Merrick Mike Merrick, PE, SE, and Mark Lester, PE, of PENTA Engineering Group, LLC., explores the material, thermal, accessibility, and other constraints in repairing older structures. This video is part of a series on Buil [...]
  • Design & Construction Understanding Steel Reinforced Concrete and Repair Methods August 17, 2021 | By: Evan Moore Reinforced concrete repair, inspection, and use are integral to much of our society, from our homes to the tallest buildings in the world. In this video, Evan Moore, PE, SE, of Engineered Restorations, Inc., expands on t [...]
 
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