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Step Out of the Cubicle

geny-thumbGen Y Wants Open Space and Open Communication. A new breed of young, talented and opinionated workers are planting their flags in businesses across the world.

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Restore Existing Carpet Instead of Replacing

carpet-thumbIn this difficult economy, facilities professionals are looking for alternatives that will sustain a high level of appearance while meeting ever shrinking building maintenance budgets.

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Marketing to Office Tenants in a Down Economy

interiorsDo more with less is a phrase heard more and more frequently. In the commercial real estate industry, with operating budgets becoming tighter over the last few years, property managers have an even greater role in marketing their buildings to prospective tenants.

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Consider Maintenance Requirements when Selecting Carpet

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Carpet is an important design element in most facilities, but it can also be a constant battle to keep it looking good within the confines of a reasonable maintenance budget.

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Think Outside the Cube in an Office Redesign

thinkoutside-thumbThese days, the word cubicle has become synonymous with prison cell. You’ve seen the photos and movies that depict a large office space with tall gray panels as far as the eye can see.

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Proper Floor Care Improves Air Quality

properfloor-thumbConserving natural resources and improving the indoor environment of retail locations to make it more advantageous for customers to visit is a common interest among building owners.

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Grand America Hotel Rallies for Best Restroom in America

grandamerica-thumbThe hand-painted fixtures, African Anegre wood, floorto- ceiling stalls and Italian flooring are just a few of the reasons the bathrooms at The Grand America Hotel are considered one of the best in America.

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The Importance of Entryway Matting

entryway-thumb“Keep out!” Not the kind of sign a commercial building owner or manager is likely to hang on the front door of his building. But he should!... Dirt, dust, and grime, that is.

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