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Former SWAT Leader Shares Insights on Active Shooter Preparation

July 17, 2018 David Trask

Captain Mike Bolender, founder of the Peaceful Warrior Group, is actively touring the nation helping ...

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5 Reasons Why You Need More than a CMMS

July 16, 2018 David Villarina

Even as a jack of all trades, a good facility manager knows when it’s time to call in a specialist ...

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ARC Prints 28K Page Bid for $10B Renovation of JFK International Airport

July 10, 2018 Dave Herbine

When responding to the governor of New York’s RFP for a $10 billion-dollar renovation of one of the ...

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5 Ways ARC Helps Franchisees in Hawaii and Alaska Participate in National Promotions

July 5, 2018 Andrew Giraldo

When you dream of running a business in a remote place, such as Hawaii or Alaska, complicated logistics ...

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Summer Webcast Series: Workplace Design, Emergency Preparedness, and Streamlined Closeouts

June 28, 2018 Jennifer Boydon

With summer moving into full swing, it’s the perfect time to take a step back and look at how to make ...

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3 Key Takeaways from “The Five Layers of School Safety” Webcast Featuring Gary Sigrist

June 25, 2018 David Trask

Late last month, we teamed up with Campus Safety Magazine to bring the insights of Gary Sigrist—a former ...

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The Challenge of Succession Planning: What Facility Managers Can Learn From the Nuclear Industry

June 21, 2018 Brian Bailard

Facility managers face a demographic challenge that will only get worse in the coming years - an aging ...

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New Facility Management Tool: Interactive, Online Calculator Quantifies Cost Savings from Using Mobile Facilities Dashbo

June 15, 2018 David Villarina

In a mobile-centric era and a “do more with less” directive for facility managers to be more efficient ...

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ARC Earns International Information Security Certification (ISO/IEC)

June 8, 2018 David Stickney

Many technological achievements have special significance only to the few who truly understand them; ...

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