The extreme cold affecting a good swath of the country over the past few weeks isn't just freezing hands and feet. It's also taking a large toll on buildings and their systems, especially those built in geographic regions not accustomed to colder temperatures, nevermind extreme below-zero drops, reports Michael Neibauer of the Washington Business Journal. In taking a look at how Washington, D.C. area facility and property managers are adapting their building operations in the cold, Neibauer sheds light on how the cold snap is dramatically affecting building performance. Read More