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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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    How Facilities Leaders Prioritize and Fund Capital Renewal

    Identifying the correct backlog of need and allocating capital is critical to the long-term success of a campus. However, between deferred maintenance, dwindling state investment, and limited resources, it’s also easier said than done. 

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    WELL Buildings Ignite a Second Sustainability Wave in Higher Ed

    Best known for delivering health and wellness benefits to a building’s occupants, The WELL Building Standard presents a powerful opportunity for facilities leaders. By targeting outcomes that reach beyond operational efficiency, WELL elevates the...

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    Aligning Facilities with the Academic Mission at Virginia Tech

    Most university masterplans have one thing in common: They’re primarily a tool for facilities and operations. 

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    Facilities Leaders Must Prepare for Age of Accelerating Tech

    Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch once famously said, “If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside (of your organization), the end is near.” 

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    It's Time for Facilities Leaders To Have a Seat at the Table

    According to Don Coffelt, Associate VP for Facilities Management & Campus Services at Carnegie Mellon University, “it’s high time for facilities leaders to play a role in shaping their university’s strategic vision. It isn’t just getting a seat...

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    University Facilities Leaders Tackle their Toughest Challenges

    Higher Education facilities leaders are up against an unprecedented set of challenges, fueled by aging buildings, rising backlogs of deferred maintenance, and a decade-long trend of disinvestment (And who can forget this cheery Washington Post ...

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    In his former role at Rowan University, Donald Moore led the university through the largest and most sustained...

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    Oxford University’s Paul Goffin doesn’t want to hear your gripes about aging infrastructure: As Director of Estates...

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    Nina Petty has a motto: “I know what I know, and I know what I don’t know.” Actually, the Vice Chancellor for Real...

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    Although students engage with the bricks and mortar of a university's campus more than anyone, there's more likely...

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    How does one effectively lead 300+ facilities staff at an Ivy League institution while also fostering an agile,...

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