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Three Options Available for Summer Facilities Work

Posted on April 27, 2015
It’s May. Have you lined up your contracts for your summer facilities projects?  It takes about 60 days to write and advertise a Request for Proposal before responses arrive. Then it is at least another 30 days to evaluate the responses and send...
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Improving New Building Efficiency, Economy and Delivery Begins With Owners

Posted on April 13, 2015
Understanding current new building operational trends will help facility managers and building owners create new and improved building operational trends, according to Greg Lookabaugh, senior manager of facility planning, Harris County Department of Ed...
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Library Collaboration Checks Out

Posted on April 3, 2015
If you think you know what the inside of a library looks like, try to hold that image in your mind while you click on over to the website for Library Interiors of Texas. The Austin-based company is using its Choice Partners contract to reshape run-of-t...
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2015-2016 Supply Contracts Active

Posted on March 31, 2015
Get best-value, hard bid pricing on 1,300 items It’s not unusual for trustees to talk about awarding contracts to the lowest bidder, but a rock-bottom price seldom comes with the quality hoped for. Anyone who has ever attempted to close a lowest-...
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Facility Trending

Posted on March 25, 2015
How efficient is your facilities program? Do you have enough custodians, maintenance and grounds personnel to effectively staff your facilities department? How can you prove that? Do you have a benchmark to evaluate efficiencies? Do you have a formula ...
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Procuring Contracts for Construction

Posted on March 4, 2015
Expert purchasing professionals have had to learn the new legal requirements for procuring contracts for construction and maintenance under Government Code 2269. Once a school district has determined that the construction project is not maintenance (re...
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