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Hannah Chenoweth

Hannah Chenoweth is a writer for influence group. Passionate about collaborating with thought leaders in real estate, design, construction & facilities management.
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For Facilities Leaders, Uncertainty Is The Great Certainty

Between aging infrastructure, rising costs, changing demographics, and fundamental changes to the way we learn and live, higher ed facilities leaders certainly have their hands full.

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Leadership Series: Donald Moore, Drexel University

In his former role at Rowan University, Donald Moore led the university through the largest and most sustained growth in its history (read: $700 million in capital projects). Now the Vice President of Real Estate & Facilities at Drexel...

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How Can Facilities Better Align with the Academic Mission?

Aligning facilities strategy with the academic mission is often easier said than done. When it comes to the masterplanning process, this disconnect can have adverse effects on both parties as well as the university’s future and goals.

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Creating a Customer-Centric Facilities Organization

In today’s connected world of instant gratification, the customer service bar is constantly rising. Higher Ed facilities organizations are far from immune from these elevated expectations and the pressure to deliver quick, seamless service.

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Higher Ed Facilities: Navigating Through Disruption

In 1997, the famous management guru Peter Drucker made a provocative statement: “Today's [university] buildings are hopelessly unsuited and totally unneeded. Thirty years from now, big university campuses will be relics.”

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WorkSpace Evolution in Higher Ed

In today’s world, the concept of the workplace is far from static. Both external drivers and internal pressures—from advancing tech to evolving employee expectations—are significantly impacting the traditional work environment as we know it.

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