When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, many campuses across the nation were forced to quickly shut down and become what is known as a “quiet campus.” Managing these unpopulated buildings while bracing for the reopening into a new normal is forcing building managers to reevaluate the approaches and technologies used to manage the complex mechanical
In this application case study, we explore the unique health, safety and environmental regulations that life science facilities must cater to. To keep these buildings operational and compliant, FacilityConneX’s MBCx technology provides a level of transparency and improved efficiency using its advanced analytics and intelligent alerts. To learn more, click here.
In this article from Forbes, VP and General Manager of FacilityConneX, Mark Pipher, and Robert LoForte, President of strategic partner company, Veritas Solutions Group, explore best practices and new technologies that NYC buildings can use to address both demands for indoor air quality (IAQ) and decarbonization through reduced energy use. (Read More)
COVID-19 is jeopardizing LL97 compliance and decarbonization efforts for buildings over 25,000 square feet in NYC. Commercial Property Executive featured a Q&A with FacilityConneX’s Mark Pipher and Veritas Solutions Group’s Robert LoForte who discussed how MBCx solutions can help address this concern while maintaining building safety in the ‘new normal’. (Read More)
“Air quality is of the utmost importance to our facilities as it not only supports patient comfort but also helps to control and mitigate the spread of infectious disease(s) throughout hospitals. Using the FacilityConneX platform, we’ve been able to bring a much more proactive approach to maintenance and energy savings, reducing these costs by approximately
FacilityConneX recently partnered with Facilityoptix, a division of Moses Engineering to bring it’s MBCx technology to Florida’s smart building market. In this interview with Gainesville’s local ABC news 20 station, WCJB, David Brooks, P.E., CxA, Vice President at Moses Engineering shared how with the FacilityConneX technology in their portfolio, they could help save the nearby
The current methods used for manual data entry, regulatory reporting and operational checks are timely and error-prone. In this application case study, we explore how Water-ConneX can help both water and wastewater utilities enhance operational efficiency, simplify manual data entry and reporting, and provide more visibility into your operations with intelligent, real-time monitoring. Download the
In this article for Water World, FacilityConneX’s VP of Operations, Rhonda Landis spotlights how wastewater utilities can incorporate of continuous monitoring platforms that provide accurate, immediate, and real time information; combined with intelligent alerts, efficiency analytics, and remote manual data entry options, to substantially improve operational efficiency and compliance, without any additional effort. Read more.
In the March issue of Water Innovations, our VP of Operations Rhonda Landis spotlights how incorporating cloud-based monitoring and manual data entry platforms can reduce your risk for quality and operational issues in the water and wastewater industry. Read more…
Rhonda Landis, VP of Operations at FacilityConneX spoke with Digital Journal to highlight new regulations in New York and New Jersey that address the impact of climate change and what solutions building managers countrywide can use to meet these changing environmental goals. To learn more, click here.