New York City Health Department, Denver Public Library, Bill Clinton’s office, the Fox
newsroom – what could they possibly have in common? Bed bugs. These world travelers are making headlines – and not just for infesting hotels or apartments. Bed bugs have successfully migrated into commercial properties across the country. While most offices don’t have beds, they are not immune from the blood-sucking pests that can damage reputations and result in costly remediation. At the 2010 BOMA International Conference, Orkin’s Director of Technical Services Dr. Ron Harrison addressed the novel, yet escalating, problem of bed bugs in commercial environments and how property managers can prepare and protect their business reputation.