Facilities Owners and Managers Publication, Utah Facilities Magazine, Launches New Website and Buyers Guide

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Utah Facilities Magazine launches publication website with building facility management resources for Utah building facility industry professionals and facility vendors

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Utah Facilities Magazine, the state's only local magazine for building owners and facilities managers, has launched its new comprehensive website at http://www.facilitiesmagazine.com/utah/. Each bimonthly issue of Utah Facilities Magazine is read in print by more than 15,000 facilities managers and building owners. Readers appreciate the publications commitment to the commercial real estate industry and devotion to covering relevant topics. Utah Facilities Magazine online offers browsers digital archives of management techniques, ideas for modernizing a building, tips for becoming more energy efficient and the latest news in the commercial real estate industry. Also featured on the website, the Buyers Guide, is Utah's largest online directory of facilities vendors.

Searchable by keyword, topic and issue, Utah Facilities' extensive print archives are organized by categories: topics, people, buildings, green facilities, events and news. A blog channel features readers' letters to the editor, publisher's and editor's posts, as well as updates from other organizations and industry leaders. Under the People channel, read about what other building owners and facilities managers are doing to keep their portfolios relevant. The comprehensive Topics channel provides articles on the issues concerning facilities managers today. Find out about anything from bird and pest control to elevator maintenance to disaster recovery and restoration. Also, shop around to find the best vendor for your facility by linking from the Topics channel to our complete list of local vendors.

“We couldn't be more excited for the launch of UtahFacilities.com,” says Travis Barrington, publisher of Utah Facilities Magazine and president of parent company Jengo Media. “The new website will allow us to connect with our readers instantaneously. Updates on the commercial real estate industry will be available on a regular basis.”

The launch of Utah Facilities Magazine's new website coincides with the printing of a special edition of the publication, Building Utah, which features articles on some of the biggest and most interesting construction projects going on throughout the state. Read these and other articles on the new website.

Upcoming editorial themes for the magazine include:

November 2011: Influential People in Commercial Real Estate
January 2012: Top Office Buildings in Utah
March 2012: The Outstanding Buildings of the Year
May 2012: Green Facilities
July 2012: Managing Entertainment Facilities

About Utah Facilities Magazine

Utah Facilities Magazine is Utah's only local magazine and website devoted to commercial real estate. As the commercial real estate industry continues to evolve, we understand the difficulties of choosing the right products and services for your facility. With nearly 15,000 readers, Utah Facilities helps building owners and managers make informed decisions regarding construction, modernization and management of their buildings. Readers of Utah Facilities own and manage millions of square feet of commercial real estate and are responsible for tens of millions of dollars in construction and maintenance purchases.

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Facilities Magazine Website: http://www.facilitiesmagazine.com/utah/
Interested in writing for Utah Facilities Magazine? If you are a commercial real estate professional or supplier to the industry and would like to submit an article or event for publication, please contact Managing Editor Kelly Lux at 801.796.5503 or kelly(at)JengoMedia(dot)com.


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