Open the Book on School Facility Management

May 15, 2019

If you’re facing the challenges of maintaining school facilities with limited time and resources, a new book—School Work: A Collection of Essays on Improving Facilities Management in K12 Settings—offers tips and best practices.

Poor budgets and aging buildings are often the blame for poor conditions in public school buildings.However, following a simple framework of planning and implementation can help school districts and their facility service deliver superior results despite the roadblocks.

“School Work is a collection of articles designed to help facility departments interested in or striving to provide a clean, safe and healthy learning environment in a consistent and comprehensive manner across all its school buildings,” says Dan Ringo, the book author and president and CEO of Ringo Services, an integrated facilities improvement firm operating in multiple states.


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