Building any organization to be successful today is a tough job. For organizations operating in critical environments, however, the task is even more difficult. When you truly understand the significant consequences of failure in these environments, you’re forced to the realization that failure is not an option. These consequences drive the successful mission critical facilities organization to focus on risk mitigation. It permeates their culture, their perspective on operations, and challenges them to constantly improve. Building Mission Critical Facilities Organizations was written with the hope that by identifying and explaining the attributes or DNA, if you will, of successful mission critical organizations, leaders and stakeholders would be able to replicate that DNA in their own facilities. Delving below the surface, Building Mission Critical Facilities Organizations explores the fundamental building blocks of people, culture, and process and then provides a path to success.