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Critical Maintenance Checklists

Every facility manager knows which systems are critical and must be operational at all times. Many facilities have established preventative maintenance schedules to keep critical systems running and plan for upcoming repairs and maintenance. But changing the basic operations of a building changes all of those plans. What happens if the building has been closed for an extended period?

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Celebrating Our Veterans

Veterans Day holds a special place for me, it’s a time to thank those who do the often-thankless job of defending our values, our ideals, and our families. It’s a day to celebrate the people who willingly put on the uniform, putting themselves in danger, committing to get their hands dirty in order to protect and serve.

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Antimicrobial Plumbing Solutions

With the spread of COVID-19, many individuals and organizations are evaluating options for limiting the spread of pathogens and bacteria in their places of work, play, and residence. Because our team supplies and advises facilities across a range of industries, including healthcare facilities, we’re able to apply leading edge solutions from one industry to another. In this series, we’ll explore some of the standards and protocols implemented in the medical facilities we work with which may be applied in schools, office facilities, or residential buildings to reduce the spread of pathogens.

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Keeping Facilities Running Since 1980

Over the past 40 years, we’ve worked alongside partners in maintenance and procurement to keep their facilities running smoothly. Now, with leading-edge technology, we’re able to offer additional tools and resources to help you save money and minimize downtime. Read our blog about innovation and growth here at The Part Works for the full story.

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ADA Compliance for Restrooms

ADA, which stands for Americans with Disabilities Act, is a law established in 1990 to ensure that all spaces can be used by everyone, including those with disabilities. What are the requirements to make a lavatory ADA compliant? What products can you use in a ADA compliant lavatory?

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Small Steps Equal Big Savings with Water Conservation in Facilities

As awareness surrounding potential water shortages rises, so too does the urgency for water conservation. Many areas around the world are using water faster than it can be replenished in water basins and other sources and are facing dire threats to water availability. These threats have led many facilities to place water conservation at the forefront of overall sustainability plans. An increasing number of available options are making it easier to prioritize and support sustainability efforts.

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Procurement Guide to Ordering Plumbing Parts

We know that when you’re procuring supplies for your facility’s specific plumbing or maintenance needs, it’s about more than just finding the right part. Our customers rely on The Part Works for our short lead time, quick delivery, competitive pricing, and trusted sales team. Below we’ve shared best practices and insight from our procurement customers across the Northwest to help you save money and time.

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Keeping Facilities Running Since 1980

Over the past 40 years, we’ve worked alongside partners in maintenance and procurement to keep their facilities running smoothly. Now, with leading-edge technology, we’re able to offer additional tools and resources to help you save money and minimize downtime. Read our blog about innovation and growth here at The Part Works for the full story.

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Developing an Action Plan for Lead-Free Drinking Water at your Facility

While the school year is beginning to wind down, many of the facilities we partner with across Washington and Oregon are ramping up efforts to ensure clean and safe drinking water for their students. Check out this month’s blog for helpful insight and tips to help your facility develop an Action Plan for lead-free drinking water.

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