Inside PRSM: February 21, 2018
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*Denotes new member companies
Lund Food Holdings Inc.*
Swarovski North America
National Retail Properties, Inc.
Building Maintenance Services, LLC
Global Building Services
Industry Newshere to read more.
Renewable energy generation increased to 18 percent of total electricity generated in the U.S. in 2017, up from 15 percent in 2016. New wind and solar builds, along with an easing drought in the west, combined to boost this increase. Click here to read more.
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Join PRSM members and prospective members for a night of networking at Splitsville in Foxborough on February 22 from 5:00-8:00 PM. This is a great opportunity to connect and meet new contacts within the retail facilities world. To register, click here.
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Diamond Rio, the country music band that has sold more than 10 million albums, won a Grammy Award, Dove Award, six Vocal Group of the Year wins (CMA and ACM), recorded five multi-week no. 1 singles, 22 Top 10 singles, three certified Platinum and five gold albums, will be the closing entertainment at PRSM2018 National Conference! Click here to register for PRSM2018 and see the famous Nashville-native band play live.
PRSM2018 National Conference isn’t just a trade show—it’s an opportunity to expand your industry knowledge and learn how to be a leader in your organization. Register for in-depth training workshops to expand your professional knowledge and maximize your PRSM2018 experience. Click here to learn more.
A lot of companies feel that because water costs so little compared to other utilities, it is not worth monitoring. However, since many mechanical issues can create problems with water lines and fixtures, it is important to track and analyze water consumption. In this Best Practice, learn how auditing water consumption saved one company more than $230,000.
In today’s energy-fixated retail climate, the pressure is on for HVAC manufacturers. As building owners strive to achieve lofty energy goals, the HVAC industry must continually adapt and evolve. This, combined with looming Department of Energy regulations, is driving cutting edge innovations in heating and air. Click here to see what’s hot, what’s not and what the future holds.