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Do you have Sick Building Syndrome?

Do you have Sick Building Syndrome? Learn the symptoms, and find ways to improve your building's environmental health.  Persistent headaches, mysterious rashes, and constant allergy-like symptoms–these are common experiences for those suffering from Sick Building Syndrome. Often caused by poor indoor air quality, this may lead to chronic conditions among occupants, reducing work productivity and adversely affecting their health in the long run. The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates Read more [...]

Earth Day Every Day

April 20, 2017 by  
Filed under Blog, Environmental Quality, Green and Sustainable

Earth Day Every Day The South Florida guide  Wondering how to honor Earth Day past this weekend? For a sustainable workplace year-round, check out our friendly guide on how to live and work greener every day. Clean up This weekend is packed full of opportunities to participate in community clean-ups. These events make ideal team-building exercise for companies. Miami will be celebrating the 35th annual Baynanza Clean-up. In addition, Palm Beach will also host their Great American Clean-Up Read more [...]

Is your facility ready for Zika?

August 29, 2016 by  
Filed under Blog, Cleaning Tips and Tricks

Is your facility ready for Zika? Tips on preparing your property Is your facility ready for the Zika virus? Health officials have confirmed local transmissions of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties. Preparing an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan with your cleaning and maintenance provider proves more important than ever for the safety and comfort of your building’s occupants. An effective IPM plan protects through a three-prong approach: sanitation, Read more [...]

Miami Beach goes for LEED Gold

May 16, 2016 by  
Filed under Blog, South Florida Commercial Real Estate

Miami Beach goes for LEED Gold City launches LEED requirements for new construction Celebrated for its iconic art deco style, the City of Miami Beach gets set to launch a new trend in South Florida architecture – LEED certified construction. The city takes the boldest stride yet in South Florida’s municipal LEED programs. They now require all new construction over 7,000 square feet (both public and private) be certified at the LEED Gold-level. New projects without any certification must Read more [...]