February 2018 College Planning & Management

College Planning & Management February 2018


Features

flooring

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Flooring Matters: Finding What Works

By Scott Berman

Floors are a conspicuous, hard-working element of every facility on campus. Affecting everything from branding, recruiting, and aesthetics to wayfinding, acoustics, and safety, selecting the right flooring for buildings requires attention to detail.


arboreta

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Campus Arboreta: Outdoor Spaces for Learning and for Play

By Sue Paist

Developing an accredited arboretum contributes to education, enjoyment, and community engagement on campus.


Columns

Legally Speaking (Insight on the Issues)

Mission Possible

By Peter F. Lake

Thoughts on the legal significance of working in teams.


Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Useful or Frivolous?

By Shannon O'Connor


Fire & Life Safety (Focus On Preparation and Prevention)

Wildfire Risk

By Mike Halligan

Tips for lessening the risk of damage in the urban-wildland interface.


Safety & Security (Protecting Campus Resources)

Getting the Right Word Out

By Michael Dorn

Preparing staff to utilize emergency communications systems under stress.


Maintenance & Operations (Managing the Physical Plant)

In Memoriam: Steve P. Krakoff (1955-2017)

By Bruce A. Meyer

Reminiscing about lessons learned from and the accomplishments of a successful man.


Departments

University of Florida

Facility Focus (Historic Renovations)

University of Florida: Newell Hall Renovation


Products

chiller plant

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Chiller Plant Optimization Saves Money


smart labs

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Creating Energy-Efficient "Smart Labs"


Extras

Hot Tips (Purchasing)

Strategic Procurement

By Gary D. Link


Ask the Expert (Pest Management)

How do we rid our campus of rodents?

By Emma Skalka


Sponsored Content

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