The Power of Incorporating Technology into Your Dining and Facilities Services

Posted by Aramark Higher Education Team on July 2016 | 04:00 PM

New promise is on the horizon for higher education as Generation Z students take center stage to accept their high school diplomas. This generation of young adults is perhaps the most determined of them all. They have big plans for the future of America, and your university is the next stepping-stone on their journey to the top.

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Topics: dining services, facilities services

Your Most Powerful Marketing Tool: Campus Landscape

Posted by Aramark Higher Education Team on May 2016 | 05:00 PM

Is it sending the right message?

As the competition for recruiting and retaining students increases, your institution must take advantage of every possible marketing opportunity. And one of your top assets is the appearance of your campus. Landscape and outdoor gathering spaces are among the first elements prospective students see when they arrive on campus (and the last things they see as they head home). Ensure your grounds portray a place where students feel welcome, secure and open to possibility.

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Topics: facilities services

Meet the Next Generation of Blue Cleaning

Posted by Aramark Higher Education Team on April 2016 | 07:00 AM

Chemical-Free Methods for Your Campus

Ensuring the cleanliness of your college campus comes with several challenges: You’re expected to use supplies that do not put your staff and students at risk and are environmentally friendly; improve sustainability efforts; and, magically it seems, reduce costs while improving efficiency. Luckily, as technology advances, so, too, do opportunities for robust and effective cleaning programs.

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Topics: facilities services

Introducing Building Information Modeling for Campuses

Posted by Matthew Judge on March 2016 | 01:00 PM

BIM Moves into Higher Education to Help Campuses Reduce Risk and Boost Facilities Productivity

Building Information Modeling (BIM), a 3D virtual modeling software, has long helped architects, engineers and construction teams visualize building projects to identify potential design, construction or operational issues. Now, BIM is moving into facilities management on college campuses to increase productivity and lower risks.

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Topics: facilities services

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