What's Your Most Unusual Metric for FM?

Facility management is a world of numbers. So it was no surprise when Justin Stewart told an audience at NFMT Orlando last week that the building he manages, the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University, measures 700,000 square feet. Or that the organization spent $1.5 million last year on remodeling projects in the facility. But 4.5 miles of toilet paper per day? That's what Justin's staff calculated. And it got me wondering what other other uncommon, surprising, or curious numbers other FMs have come across. What's the most unusual number you've heard for the facility or facilities you manage?

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