The LB&B team renovated a cafe’s kitchen in the John Weld Peck Federal Building. Not only did they minimize overtime expenses, they allowed the cafe to remain operational while the renovations were underway.
Do you know what a facilities management company does? You might be surprised by how much we do, and how varied the jobs are. We do those things that few other people ever think about. While every client has the same basic needs – HVAC, security, lighting, grounds-keeping, and such – every client requires a
What Does That Mean? First, we need to explain. The government is large and has a wide variety of facilities management needs. According the General Services Administration website, “GSA provides centralized procurement for the federal government, offering billions of dollars worth of products, services, and facilities that federal agencies need to serve the public.” Facilities
Most facilities managers are rightly focused on the big-ticket items for facilities management. You may, however, be overlooking some items that hit the budget in smaller ways. Here are some ideas for small things that can add up to big savings over time. 1. Install Window Shades Insulated window shades keep offices at comfortable temperatures
Welcome to the third article in our series of five blog posts that LB&B Associates Inc. will present to help COOs and Facilities Managers focus on their core business and not be plagued with facility issues that hamper the work environment or the staff and customer experience. LB&B has helped commercial clients across the country
Global Public Safety LLC is pleased to announce Mr. Keith Nason has been selected to be the President/CEO. Previously Keith held the position of Senior Vice President of Sales. Keith brings over 20 years of experience ranging from being an emergency responder, to automotive sales, to vehicle up-fitting equipment sales to his current position at