The Evolution Of Sustainability Post COVID-19

November 9, 2020

COVID-19 has brought glimpses of environmental repair and the renewed focus on health and wellness, both in the workplace and in the work-at-home environment, according to an article from Building Operating Management on the FacilitiesNet website.

As a return to normal activity is re-imagined and reconsidered, sustainability is quickly becoming the new north star. 

The role of facility management is evolving in real time. The COVID-19 market repair era will require facility management professionals to be strategic overseers with a lens for long-term outcomes.

In this season of change, all built environments will require careful reconsiderations, and it will fall to facility management to promote a building culture that stands on the pillars of safety, quality, and efficiency.

Read the full Building Operating Management article.


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