The Comprehensive Energy Management Solutions (CEMS) program is refreshing rebates in Q4, and many energy-efficiency projects now qualify for even higher cash incentives.
An estimated 25% of businesses don’t open again after a major disaster, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Protect your business by identifying the risks relevant to your location, both natural and man-made. Then, keep your plan of action updated.??
While there is a sense of “enough already” about hearing about COVID-19, building owners and managers need to maintain efforts to protect building occupants and continue to demonstrate your commitment to their health and safety. People may be somewhat “over” COVID protocols personally, but they want their building management to still show that you are fully in it. Here are some considerations for continuing forward in this “next normal”
Electric fleets are the future and SDG&E wants to help get you there faster.
While much has changed over the past year, one thing has not – the promise of hot summer temperatures. Now is the perfect time to set your business up for summer energy savings success.
Upcoming Construction? Keep these 10 things in mind as you prepare for work in your building.
Like insurance, most people don’t think about rental generators until they have to use them. So, when your electric company announces a planned blackout – or, heaven forbid, it’s 2 a.m. and your power’s suddenly gone – here’s our guide to keeping your building’s lights on with a no-fuss, no-hassle generator rental.
Trauma scene cleanup is a vague term that can cause some confusion about exactly what it entails. It is a term used to cover many situations that are not all traumas.
Businesses, transit agencies and school districts in the region that are considering making a switch to commercial electric vehicles are now able to take advantage of an innovative pricing plan that makes it possible to reap both financial and environmental benefits by powering their fleet with electricity.
If a commercial tenant has failed to make payments under the lease, there are two types of lawsuits that can be filed against them. Here are the major differences between them.
COVID-19 has put hygiene at the forefront of almost any conversation surrounding facilities and property management – it is no longer a passing complaint by a few fussy tenants, it’s an absolute necessity and, in some places, a government ordinance. As efforts to make spaces as safe and hygienic as possible have ramped up over the past months, facilities have taken a closer look at everything from the cleaning staff to the HVAC systems.
Your property’s commercial landscape is a physical extension of your brand. It has the power to invite, inspire, and welcome guests into your space, a crucial tool for the all-important first impression.
It was an honor to be named the BOMA San Diego Ray Magnussen Associate Member of the Year. My fellow 2020 award winners and I earned these prestigious honors for “going above and beyond throughout the year.” Looking back at this past year, here are a few ways we became successful BOMA leaders during this unprecedented time.
In November of 2019, Cushman & Wakefield was awarded the Property Management Agreement for 550 West – a Class A, 20-story high-rise in Downtown San Diego. From the start, our focus was Tenant retention and appreciation events. We worked diligently to meet with every Tenant within our first 90 days and put together a comprehensive, monthly interaction plan based on feedback received.
While painting is not always known for being the most tech-savvy or innovative of trades, every now and then the paint and coating manufacturers surprise us.
You see it on the news – active shooter events occurring internationally, nationally and regionally; you’ve even trained in anticipation of such an event at your property. But are you, your team and tenants really prepared?
To live around trees is to inherently assume risk. Trees are living and dynamic, even the smartest of Arborists cannot assure you a tree will never fail. Yet, there are indicators and characteristics of a tree that can point to a higher level of risk or hazard. So, when a tree goes bad, whose fault is it? And how can we save our leafy friends from attacking?
People tend to assume that emergencies won’t happen in their building…despite regular reports of fires, floods, blackouts, and other disasters.