Month: March 2023

IFMA Benefit of the Month – Panel on Sustainability, Resilience, Adaptability

Thursday, March 16th, 2023

  Title: Sustainability & Resilience – identifiers, notes, links – handout from OMHS, FMCC, and RIMKUS panel (IFMA BoM) Text:  IFMA produced a panel discussion around how effectively AEC, O&M, and H&S bring forward performance in sustainability and resilience over the facility life cycle. Over 200 registered. Panelists came from Commercial Construction Consulting in Boston, and… Read the full article »

Sustainability, resilience, adaptability – a tsunami of information

Monday, March 13th, 2023

With colleagues, David Reynolds is working on identifying salient subjects, actions, and events pertinent to working FMs, as waves of information and initiatives flood our schedules and mailboxes and those of everyone who holds a stake in the built environment. Click here for the full article.  

FMCC members who joined/renewed in February

Friday, March 10th, 2023

Welcome to our newest members who joined FMCC in February: Chris Patterson with Resolving Surfaces from Stillwater, Minnesota Michael Welwood with Gafcon Digital from Chester, Vermont Julian Moreno with inBiot Monitoring S.L. from Noain, Navarre, Spain Chad Mason with Restoration 1 from Colorado Springs, Colorado Michael Quan with Interactive tactical Group from Somerville, Massachusetts Rodney… Read the full article »

Save the Date, March 29, 12:00 CT

Tuesday, March 7th, 2023

IFMA OMHS Community and FM Consultants Council host the IFMA Benefit of the Month Industry panel discussion, Current Developments in Sustainability and Resilience Affecting FM Objective: provide the practicing FM or consultant with a wide, up to date, view of expectations generated by global interest in the contribution of the built environment to the sustainability… Read the full article »

FMCC President’s BLOG – March/April 2023

Monday, March 6th, 2023

On a recent conference call with other IFMA component leaders, we all agreed that post-lockdown an enormous challenge for us has been engaging with our membership. What worked pre-Covid may no longer be relevant and so new ways to reach out and interact with our membership is now required. On the engagement front, there have… Read the full article »