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Get Your Building Ready to Enter the TOBY Awards
In this episode, Janelle Penny talks about our shared spaces features as well as some tangible ways you can showcase how you're elevating your building if you choose to enter your facility for consideration for a TOBY Award.  Here's a sneak peek: Share the impact you have on your local community, your emergency preparation plans and how you conserve energy. (This is a previously recorded podcast.) 
October 2, 2019
Tips to Combat Heat Island Effect Around Your Building
You don't have to live in a large city or be in the middle of summer to experience the heat island effect. Janelle Penny, editor-in-chief of Buildings, shares what this is and what you can do to lower the impact it has on your facility.
September 30, 2019
Generation Z and the Office of the Future: GP Pro Series #2
Generation Z—people born after 1996—is entering the workforce, and with it comes a major shift in the way offices operate. This generation prizes flexibility, amenities and a premium experience.  Darin Squires, general sales manager of the commercial real estate vertical for Georgia Pacific Professional, and Justin Silver, associate category manager for GP Pro’s tissue and wiper category, dive into Generation Z’s impact on commercial office space. *Podcast was created in partnership with GP Pro.
September 26, 2019
The Future of Solar Power
Solar panels look much like they always have, but their consistent appearance belies big improvements in efficiency and affordability.  Editor-in-chief Janelle Penny discusses the next frontier of solar power with Brian Lynch, director of solar and energy storage systems sales for LG Electronics USA, on the eve of Solar Power International 2019. *Podcast was created in partnership with LG Electronics USA.
September 23, 2019
Upward Elevator Trends Taking Over the Industry
The elevator industry is going through some exciting innovations, including fitting more elevators into fewer shafts that operate independently from each other. Janelle Penny talks about advancements like these and more trends we're seeing.
September 10, 2019
Security Red Flags in Existing Healthcare Facilities
Experts who work with security issues all day, every day, Alan Butler of HSS and Sean Ahrens of Affiliated Engineers Inc., share their insights with Janelle Penny, editor-in-chief of BUILDINGS, who shares them with you during this FM Friday episode.
September 3, 2019
Upgrading Amenities and the Impact on Your Business: GP Pro Series #1
What are your amenities saying about your business? Suzanne Maynard and Darin Squires of GP Pro explore what tenants and employees are looking for in the 21st Century workplace, including how to keep your expenses under control while still providing up-to-date amenities. *This podcast was created in partnership with GP Pro.
August 23, 2019
Eliminate Fall Claims By 90 Percent with this Adhesive-Backed Mat
Slips, trips and falls are three things any facility manager wants to avoid within their building. New Pig Corporation created the world’s first proven adhesive-backed mat—the Grippy Mat—which can lower slip, trip and fall claims by up to 90 percent.
August 6, 2019
8 Facility Management Certification Resources on a Tiny Budget
Searching for ways to upgrade your facilities knowledge on a low- to no-funded budget? Janelle Penny shares these free or low-cost educational resources that help you keep up with the latest industry trends while maintaining your bottom line. You can also read the transcript here.
August 6, 2019
Connect With Your Smart Building Technology
Smart building technology continues to evolve, but it’s not a thing of the future. Chances are you’re already using it in your facility. There are ways to leverage what you already have to drive improvements in operation, improvements in the business, as well as the client and employee experience. Find out the possibilities for connecting the technology in your smart buildings. *This podcast was created in partnership with Acuity Brands.
July 22, 2019
Carlisle Roofing Series #3: Alternative Attachment Methods
You don’t always need a bucket of adhesives to attach a single-ply roof. In the third installment of the Carlisle Roofing Series, we explore two alternative methods - RapidLock hook and loop attachment and VacuSeal wind-vented attachment.  Carlisle’s Chad Buhrman, insulation product manager, and Alex Drescher, VacuSeal product manager, walk editor-in-chief Janelle Penny through the options. *This podcast was created in partnership with Carlisle SynTec Systems. Missed the first two? Listen here: #1: Resilient Roofing Strategies #2: Roof Gardens
July 16, 2019
How a Smart Building Evolved into a Strategic Asset
Is your building connected? If not, Trevor Palmer from Acuity Brands talks with Janelle Penny about what happens when it is. He sheds light on the evolution of the connected building, growing from just energy savings and comfort to the occupant journey and experience in your facility. He shares three steps you can take to move forward. *This podcast was created in partnership with Acuity Brands.
July 3, 2019
Hand Dryers: What You Need to Know About Maintenance, New Tech
BUILDINGS staff writer Sarah Kloepple chats with Bill Gagnon, vice president of sales and marketing with Excel Dryers, about all things hand dryers—including maintenance, ADA compliance, misconceptions and new innovations in recent years.
July 3, 2019
Predict and Prevent Issues With Artificial Intelligence: BOMA 2019
Move from a respond-and-react to a predict-and-prevent type of scenario using artificial intelligence to notice trends and stay ahead of the issues that might occur at your building site. I met with Brian Wilson and Lindsay King from Allied Universal about their new product featured at BOMA 2019. 
June 25, 2019
Renovating a Nonprofit Organization on a Budget
Architectural and interior design and strategic planning firm Oculus recently worked on renovating the St. Louis Arc Office and Community Center. Ron Reim, executive vice president and co-founder of Oculus talks about the limitations and challenges nonprofits face when renovating their spaces. 
June 24, 2019
Tenants Are Aware of Your Building’s Hygiene: BOMA 2019
How clean is your building?  Deb Mazzuca, an expert from Essity, explains why tenants are more aware of hygiene in public spaces—and how you can improve cleanliness in your facility.
June 24, 2019
Smart Irrigation Controller: BOMA 2019
Manage your water irrigation system from your phone using weather data to more accurately determine how much water to use. Some property managers have cut costs by about 35%. Christoph Trappe talks with Jake Bryan from Smart Rain about the many benefits of their water consumption solution. 
June 24, 2019
Tips for Water Conservation and Efficiency
Water efficiency expert Mike Orlando from T&S Brass shares tips on how to be green and efficient with water use. He shares some eye-opening stats about water usage and what each building can do to help sustain this crucial-to-life natural resource.
June 19, 2019
Relaxing Floors: These Carpet Patterns Reduce Stress
Showcased at NeoCon 2019, Relaxing Floors collection from Mohawk is a kind of experiment between art, science and human-centered design based on these fractal patterns they uncovered in nature that have been identified to draw in the human eye. It has a significant impact on stress reduction. 
June 19, 2019
Color Trends from Scandinavian Spaces
Christoph Trappe chats with Scandinavian Spaces about how they use color to inspire productivity at NeoCon 2019. Plus, check out the 360 degree VR video of their showroom. 
June 18, 2019
Open Plan Overhaul: Bending Rail Desk
Straight from the NeoCon 2019 showroom, Christoph Trappe chats with Cia Mooney from Watson about their open office floor plan overhaul, which birthed the idea of the bending rail desk system. Make your furniture choices be flexible to support your company growth.
June 18, 2019
NCARB Updates On Architectural Licensing Requirements
Christoph Trappe sat down with NCARB CEO Michael Armstrong at AIA in Las Vegas 2019 and got an update on what’s happening in the industry, the history of architectural codes and education as well as who the key players are and what actually goes into licensing architects.
June 13, 2019
Look and Feel of Real Wood with the Benefits of Laminate
Everyone loves the look and feel of real wood. But wood is not without its issues. Christoph Trappe speaks with Lisa Thornton from Egger Wood Products at the AIA Conference about the many benefits of using laminate materials for items like desks and doors, including cost-effectiveness, lighter weight and more. 
June 13, 2019
Security in Parking Garages, Retail and Schools
Security is one of the top items on the minds of facility managers and owners—and your occupants. Christoph Trappe talks to Adrienne Reitz from Cornell Cookson about the latest security trends in parking garages, retail and schools. 
June 7, 2019
AIA 2019: BIM Perpetual License - Your Projects Are Yours
SaaS subscriptions tend to be month-to-month and if it lapses, designers and architects lose access to their projects. Go from concept to completion all in one BIM software with Vectorworks and keep what’s yours. Christoph Trappe speaks with industry expert Sarah Barrett about their perpetual license that allows users to keep the software permanently.
June 7, 2019
Reasons to Have a Skylight in Your Building
Christoph Trappe spoke with Mark Brink from VELUX about their skylight products. During this conversation, they chat about the multi-level benefits for including or retrofitting a skylight in your facility.
June 7, 2019
AIA 2019: Acoustics that Enable Architectural Design
CertainTeed created an acoustical solution that enables architects to create aesthetically pleasing, functional designs that can be tailored to suit colors, shapes, and other customized elements needed for schools, hospitals and more. Christoph Trappe chats with Chris Bourque on the AIA Conference floor.
June 6, 2019
AIA 2019: Commercial AC Unit Marries Function with Design
In this podcast from the AIA conference in Las Vegas, Christoph Trappe speaks with Ron Schumacher of LG Electronics about their new air condition unit used in commercial buildings that is functional and also has the look.
June 6, 2019
FM Friday: Innovative Products
Janelle Penny chats about trending smart building innovative products, such as wayfinding apps, occupant-centered technology, sensors, access control and more.
May 28, 2019
Unique Multi-Use Security Sensors Go Where Cameras Can’t
In this podcast, Christoph Trappe chats with David Antar, president at IPVideo, about how the company’s product—Halo Smart Sensors—helps with building security. It uses sensors to catch: vapes, fires, aggression, glass breaking and gunshots. They discuss the security impact and dive into what it means to privacy.
May 23, 2019
LIGHTFAIR 2019: Lighting’s Ability to Disinfect a Space
At LIGHTFAIR International 2019 in Philadelphia, PA, Sarah Kloepple spoke with David Korow, senior lighting specialist with Current by GE about the evolution of the technology behind lighting’s ability to disinfect spaces. He also touches on the installation process and what facilities managers need to know.
May 22, 2019
Prescriptive Maintenance: The Next Generation Solution
Preventative maintenance is a crucial component to your facilities systems. Taking this one step further is prescriptive maintenance—or RxM. Joel Wheatley from C&W Services speaks with Janelle Penny about how this next generation option builds upon current maintenance strategies to provide an innovative solution before the equipment fails. *Podcast was created in partnership with C&W Services.
May 10, 2019
Carlisle Roofing Series #2: Roof Gardens
Vegetated roofs aren’t just beautiful—they’re valuable tools for managing stormwater, reducing the urban heat island effect, and providing more usable space for building occupants. In the second installation of the Carlisle Roofing Series, BUILDINGS editor-in-chief Janelle Penny chats with Chris Kann, roof garden product manager for Carlisle, about best practices for green roof projects. Check out the other episodes in this series: #1: Resilient Roofing Strategies #3: Alternative Attachment Methods *This podcast was created in partnership with Carlisle SynTec Systems.
May 7, 2019
Carlisle Roofing Series #1: Resilient Roofing Strategies
Resilience starts with a roof you can trust to protect your building. Ron Goodman, EPDM product manager for Carlisle SynTec Systems, and BUILDINGS editor-in-chief Janelle Penny discuss EPDM’s resistance against weathering, heat damage and hail. Don't miss the next episodes of this roofing series: #2: Roof Gardens #3: Alternative Attachment Methods *This podcast was created in partnership with Carlisle SynTec Systems.
May 7, 2019
The Changing Relationship Between People and Data Centers
Valerie Dennis Craven speaks with Gabe Clark, principal for data centers with Corgan. They discuss the changing relationship between people and data centers, looking at edge data centers and those in an urban footprint.
April 29, 2019
How to Reduce Noise in Your Building
Christoph Trappe usually likes it quiet in his work space. One day a meeting was interrupted by loud external noise and he thought: What a great starting point to learn about noise reductions in commercial buildings. In this episode, Christoph chats with three professionals about the topic: Stan Gatland,  John Hauenstein and  Alex Morales.
April 23, 2019
Rebates, Tax Incentives and Financing for Building Upgrades
Looking for tips on how to finance your building upgrades with rebates and tax incentives? Janelle Penny speaks with Emily Naden, director of federal affairs, and John Bryant, vice president of advocacy and building codes, both from BOMA International, about where you should start as well as more of what you need to know.
April 15, 2019
NRCA at the White House and the Challenges of Recruiting
Janelle Penny, editor-in-chief of BUILDINGS, talks about the National Roofing Contractors Association’s (NRCA) meeting with the White House chief of staff to discuss the shortage of qualified roofers. This was the first time the roofing industry has had a presence in the West Wing. This topic spills over into every industry in facilities management due to a lack of school FM degrees, and other factors. Find out what Janelle has to say.
April 9, 2019
Retrofit Kit with Indigo-Clean Technology: Editors’ Choice
Kenall Lighting’s Retrofit Kit with Indigo-Clean Technology is targeted toward any lighting products you already use that have florescent fixtures. The goal is to reduce facilities mangers’ energy costs, as well as their maintenance costs. But this Editors’ Choice winner is also a life safety product that disinfects, even kills staph. Sarah Kloepple speaks with Frank Gonzalez from Kenall Lighting about this winning product.
April 8, 2019
System 4500 Doors and Windows: Editors’ Choice
REHAU’s System 4500 windows and doors are an affordable way to let in daylight and fresh air without the potentially costly pitfalls posed by other window materials. REHAU was recently honored as a Money-Saving Products Editors’ Choice winner for this product. Janelle Penny speaks with Corrie Neukirchner about how it saves facility managers and building owners money in various ways.
April 8, 2019
Building Analytics Solution Clockworks: Editors’ Choice
Clockworks automated buildings analytics brings automated fault detection and diagnostics to empower facilities teams to make their operations proactive, minimize energy use and improve occupant comfort.  Clockworks was awarded an Editors’ Choice distinction in the 2019 Money-Saving Products program. Valerie Dennis Craven speaks with Alex Grace, vice president of KGS Buildings about this product.
April 5, 2019
LEED Zero: New Designation for Net Zero
Emma Hughes, project manager for LEED, speaks with Janelle Penny about how project teams pursuing LEED certification for buildings now have a new option: LEED Zero. Learn more about this designation, including the requirements behind it and how it can benefit your building. Done listening? Read more about this topic here: 4 Ways to Add Net Zero to Your LEED Certification 
April 4, 2019
March Madness and How to Get the Most Out of Conferences
In this Weekly Roundup, senior writer Janelle Penny talks about March Madness brackets and high-stakes athletic facilities. Plus: a preview of our BOMA conference coverage next week. 
March 22, 2019
Weekly Roundup: Sandy Hook Redesign, Recruiting Millennials & Human-Centric Lighting
From an interview about the Sandy Hook redesign to recruiting millennial talent to BOMA 2019 highlights to human-centric lighting, Janelle Penny chats about the week it’s been during this new weekly roundup BUILDINGS podcast.  
March 15, 2019
BUILDINGS: Our First Live Broadcast
Senior writer Janelle Penny introduces a new BUILDINGS feature - a weekly live broadcast on social media where BUILDINGS editors review the week's top stories and offer a sneak peek into upcoming facilities management content. 
March 7, 2019
Hydronic Snow & Ice Melting Systems for Buildings
Janelle Penny speaks with Mike East from REHAU about hydronic snow and ice melting systems and how they benefit commercial buildings. Rather read the transcript? Here you go: Important Considerations for Hydronic SIMS from REHAU  
March 5, 2019
Tenant Amenities are Trending at Industry Trade Shows
Christoph Trappe and Janelle Penny discuss the tenant amenities they’ve seen at industry trade shows like BOMA International Conference & Expo. They provide examples of what an amenity could include, explain some things you will want to consider beforehand, and how to get them started in your facility. Read the transcript here. Don’t miss it! Register for the BOMA International Conference & Expo 2019 now.
February 25, 2019
Specifying Money-Saving Products
How can you be sure a product will save you money? Mick Metzger, vice president for Pepper Construction Group, explains smart strategies for vetting vendors.
February 19, 2019
IRE: Duro-Last Roofing Solutions Help Your Budget
From the IRE trade show floor, Jason Dark from Duro-Last discusses with Janelle Penny how their labor-saving roofing solutions benefit buildings owners and managers. Making installation easier on contractors means less mistakes are made, which equates to lower costs and other benefits. Rather read the transcript? You can do so here: Easier Roofing Installation Means Less Costs 
February 14, 2019
IRE: Staying Ahead with TRUFAST Roofing Fasteners
Jason Wigboldly, from TRUFAST roofing fasteners, chats with Janelle Penny at IRE 2019. Jason talks about providing fasteners to the entire building envelope for commercial roofs, side walls and below grade. He also discusses new energy codes for insulation and how they are staying ahead of the curve. Rather read the transcript? Here you go: TRUFAST Fasteners Address Changing Trends 
February 13, 2019
IRE: Roofing Trends Seen by EPDM Roofing Association
Janelle Penny speaks with Mike DuCharme, of the EDPM Roofing Association (ERA), at the IRE Expo 2019. Mike talks about the many changes he’s seen over his 35 years in the industry, as well as current trends that have popped up. Rather read the transcript? Start here: Resilient Roofing, Tech and Future Trends  
February 12, 2019
Put a Lid On It: Acoustics from TURF Design
TURF Design in Chicago provides customizable acoustics solutions for open-offices and school environments. Christoph Trappe of interiors+sources and Buildings speaks with Zoe Post and Dustin Headley from TURF Design about their headquarters, products and how they help clients, “Put a lid on it.” You can read the transcript and watch the 3D video here: Acoustics Solutions: Ceiling is Believing at TURF Design 
February 7, 2019
The RELi Standard and the Future of Resilient Design
BUILDINGS’ senior staff writer Janelle Penny talks to Doug Pierce, director of Perkins+Will Resilience Research Lab, about the Building Resilience Standard RELi. Doug explains the requisites and credits for RELi that are focused on things like climate change and adaptation, improving biodiversity, and social equity and social cohesion topics. Learn more about this topic here: Designing for Disaster with the Resilience Standard 
February 4, 2019
Security Threats of Tailgating in Your Facility
Sean Ahrens, a leader in the field of security and resilience, as well as a project manager for Affiliated Engineers, Inc., shares insights with Janelle Penny into the security threats of tailgating and piggybacking in respect to the access control of your building.  Read the transcript: Tips to Eliminate Tailgating Risks in Your Building   
January 28, 2019
Tips to Get Through TSA Security with Your Sanity Intact
Getting through TSA security can already present challenges for travelers. Add in a government shutdown with workers who aren’t getting paid and it can be even more stressful. World traveler Christoph Trappe and Sarah Kloepple chat about their airport ventures to the AHR Expo in Atlanta and share tips to keep your sanity.  
January 21, 2019
AHR Expo: How HVAC Industry Recruits Next Generation
BUILDINGS’ Sarah Kloepple speaks with Susan Kaufman from Daikin Applied about their Next Generation Event they hosted at AHR Expo 2019 in Atlanta. The event, created exclusively for engineering and technical trade students during the show, helps to foster interest in HVAC professions.  When you’re done listening, read the related article and transcript next. 
January 16, 2019
AHR Expo: Benefits of Using UV to Clean Coils
Christoph Trappe and Dan Jones, president of UV Resources, chat about the benefits of using UV to clean coils. These can include better IAQ, less spending on energy costs and sometimes an ROI of six months.  Read the full transcript here. 
January 15, 2019
AHR Expo: The HFC Refrigerant Phase Out
Christoph Trappe speaks with Mark Menzer, director of public affairs with Danfoss, about what facility managers and building owners should know about the evolving HFC refrigerant phase out and what you can do to move forward. Rather read? Here’s an article and podcast transcript instead.   
January 15, 2019
AHR Expo: Ever-Changing Facilities Industry
Christoph Trappe speaks with Sudhi Sinha, VP & GM, Data Enabled Business, from Johnson Controls about the dynamically changing environment in facilities management and how facility managers and owners can keep at the forefront.  Read the full transcript.  
January 14, 2019
Health Risks of 3D Printers
Based off a research report conducted by Georgia Tech and UL Chemical Safety, Sarah Kloepple and Christoph Trappe chat about the rising popularity of 3D printers for businesses, schools and personal use. They discuss topics like the health risks associated with these printers as well as some tips to keep everyone safe.  
January 14, 2019
Express Listen: Better Plans for Emergency Evacuations
Do your occupants know how to evacuate your building during an emergency? Where will they go once they leave? Mariah Obiedzinski, BUILDINGS’ director of content services, chats with senior writer Janelle Penny about what belongs in an evacuation plan. The inspiration behind this conversation: Christmas Eve Chaos: Evacuation of Sydney Opal Tower Enjoying this episode? View more Buildings Podcasts!
December 27, 2018
Year in Review: Staff Favorites
Active shooter training, tunable lighting, living walls, glass envelopes, Heat Island Effect and the next generation: writers share insight into their favorite articles of the year. Interestingly, these are also trending topics in 2019.  
December 26, 2018
Omni Hotel - Brings Innovative Approaches to New Properties
Privately owned Omni Hotels & Resorts places a premium on design, art and surrounding historic architectural offerings in its properties. We sat down with Laura Trussel McKoy, Omni’s creative director and vice president of interior design, and senior VP of sales and marketing Dan Surette to get the skinny on the brand standard of the rapidly growing company.  
December 4, 2018
The Many Considerations of Healthcare Facility Design
 From children’s hospitals to outpatient facilities, the challenges and opportunities in healthcare design are uncovered by interiors+sources editor-in-chief Kadie Yale. She speaks with expert designer Rebecca Donner, principal and founder of Inner Design Studio. 
November 20, 2018
Active Shooter Training Eye Openers
Mass shootings are unfortunately becoming more common across the United States. Does your building have a plan? Christoph Trappe and Janelle Penny discuss the eye-opening lessons learned from their company active shooter training.  Find out how you can increase the survivability of the occupants in your facility and prepare them for this horrific situation. Because this is literally a life-and-death circumstance, here are more life-saving tips. 
November 9, 2018
Investigating Irma: What Today’s Hurricanes Mean for Building Design
Hurricane Irma was the costliest storm in Florida’s history and devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands. The investigative teams examining both places after the storm discovered design issues that have wide-ranging implications for building codes and design strategies. Learn what did and didn’t stand up to the storm with structural engineer William L. Coulbourne.
October 19, 2018
Express Listen: Trendy Moxy Hotel Review
Christoph Trappe and Valerie Dennis Craven sit at the outside bar at the Moxy Hotel in Minneapolis and do an impromptu review. Like to hang out in hammocks? Sure. There’s a spot for that. Enjoy gathering and listening to records? Sure. They have those too. Need motivation on the treadmill? A doughnut neon sign is there to remind you to keep going. Hear what they have to say about this trendy, unique way to stay!  Enjoying this episode? View more episodes of the Buildings Podcast!
October 3, 2018
Airport Lounges: Home Away from Home
A. Razzak Memon thrives on ever-changing technology, providing a total solution for current and future needs. He also has been a frequent flyer at 300,000 miles every year. Needless to say, he spends more time in airport lounges than anywhere else. Christoph Trappe and Adrian Thompson discuss some of his favorite lounges over the years.
September 27, 2018
Architectural Salvage: Benefits of Reusing Old Buildings
This maker creates art from salvaged materials. What happens to the buildings that aren’t in good enough shape to upgrade? Empty, decaying buildings are an eyesore – but demolishing them means valuable, reusable materials take up space in a local landfill. That’s where Chris Rutherford comes in. Architectural Salvage Warehouse Rutherford, the executive director of the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit, rescues wood from Detroit-area buildings for use in everything from furnishings and wall treatments to guitars and speaker cabinets. His training in interior and furnishing design led him to develop a solution for the materials coming out of Detroit’s abandoned residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Listen to Chris talk to Christoph Trappe and Kadie Yale about the many benefits of repurposing the materials from abandoned homes and buildings in Detroit.
August 20, 2018
Express Listen: Bike Parking at Commercial Buildings
Wellness programs at workplaces are becoming more common, as are other ways of getting there, like on a bicycle. With this comes the need for facilities managers and building owners to provide adequate parking for these bikes.  Christoph chats with Mike Arvidson from Duo-Gard about the bike parking trend from the expo floor at BOMA 2018. Enjoying this episode? View more episodes of the Buildings Podcast!
June 26, 2018
Express Listen: Wellness Activities for Commercial Buildings
Employee wellness in commercial buildings is trending for facilities managers and building owners. Christoph Trappe is on the frontlines at the 2018 BOMA International Expo in San Antonio, Texas. He is seeing this evolution of wellness in the workplace on the expo floor and he speaks with Jeff Stirling from Fitspot Wellness. Find out what Jeff has to say about how companies across the country are utilizing this idea of happiness and health at work. When you're done, email Christoph at to share your workplace wellness stories.
June 25, 2018
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