Six sure-fire trends for higher ed facilities in 2018

Six sure-fire trends for higher ed facilities in 2018

By: Lizetta Fennessy on January 24, 2018
In 2017, higher education continued to address long-standing financial and management issues. Here were the major trends from 2017 and what they mean for 2018.
P3 developments on campus: Risks, rewards and a new way of thinking

P3 developments on campus: Risks, rewards and a new way of thinking

By: Lizetta Fennessy on October 31, 2017
While there are many advantages to the P3 model, it doesn’t make sense for every institution. When weighing the pros and cons, consider these insights.
How three campus facilities departments are using Lean to do more with less

How three campus facilities departments are using Lean to do more with less

By: Meredith Hargreaves on August 30, 2017
Meredith moderated a panel with three facilities professionals from higher education institutions and discussed how they each used Lean to generate results.
Are you sure your safety data is telling the whole story?

Are you sure your safety data is telling the whole story?

By: Danyle Hepler on July 19, 2017
Using data to secure a culture of safety is smart. But, what happens when your data can no longer be trusted?
How you can cut costs and strategically address environmental challenges on campus

How you can cut costs and strategically address environmental challenges on campus

By: Cole Worthy on May 25, 2017
What is the most effective way to approach the semi-privatized regulatory environment for property development? Here are seven things you can do.
Sick of “catching up” and “keeping up” with your campus facilities? Turn your challenges into bright spots.

Sick of “catching up” and “keeping up” with your campus facilities? Turn your challenges into bright spots.

By: Lizetta Fennessy on January 31, 2017
Sightlines’ recent report indicates college campuses struggle with renovations and new construction. Learn how Lean can help facilities “do more with less.”
Four steps to avoid costly surprises in campus landscape planning

Four steps to avoid costly surprises in campus landscape planning

By: Scott Goldkamp on December 15, 2016
Follow these four steps during landscape planning, and see how Penn transformed their campus gateway, Penn Park, through landscape architecture.
Six ideas to advance a whole system approach to sustainability

Six ideas to advance a whole system approach to sustainability

By: Ben Chandler on August 19, 2016
Here are some of the key learnings from this year’s California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC).
What we learned about emerging contaminants at Battelle

What we learned about emerging contaminants at Battelle

By: Haley & Aldrich on August 15, 2016
A perspective on emerging contaminants, including PFAS and 1,4-Dioxane, discussed at Battelle’s 2016 Chlorinated Conference.
Moving capital improvement planning from spreadsheets to employee engagement

Moving capital improvement planning from spreadsheets to employee engagement

By: Melissa McEwen on July 27, 2016
Learn how to systemically engage your employees to harness their knowledge and improve your capital improvement planning approach for the long term.


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