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FMCC President’s BLOG – July 2019 by David Reynolds

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Welcome to our fourth newsletter. In June, I introduced a two article series by FMCC member and security consultant Art Crow. In the second installment, in this issue, Art moves from the legal duty to protect to the scope and means of doing so. Two takeaways that distinguish workplace shooting from other hazards in the… Read the full article »


FMCC President’s BLOG – June 2019 by David Reynolds

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

Welcome to our third newsletter. In May and April, I wrote extensively about FMCC as an organization to help frame your view of what we are about in order to gain benefits and advantages for our members, IFMA, and FM at large. I also put forward opportunities to participate in FMCC. The April and May… Read the full article »


Outsourcing and Contracting by David Reynolds

Friday, May 3rd, 2019

Time to Repair – KPI, Wicked Problem, or Both? An FMCC Blog Time to repair equipment or restore capability in response to a trouble ticket is appealing as a KPI in a service contract. But is this number also too variable to pin down and agree over? Contractor circumstances, contingencies outside of the control of… Read the full article »


FMCC President’s BLOG – May 2019 by David Reynolds

Friday, May 3rd, 2019

Welcome to our second newsletter produced directly and sustainably from the FMCC website. Since it was first chartered, FMCC has evolved from FM consultant networking, then concentration in FM and consulting practitioner knowledge, and now to toward promoting FM consulting as a readably available business resource for practicing FMs. The Board anticipates going building in… Read the full article »


FMCC President’s BLOG – April 2019 by David Reynolds

Thursday, April 11th, 2019

Welcome to the April blog. The blog this month is about what is going on in FMCC to promote the business of FM consulting as practiced by FMCC members. The theme this year is to think of consultants as a regular business resource to be used conveniently and economically. What especially distinguishes FM consulting from… Read the full article »


Your membership in FMCC includes a number of benefits by Stephen Brown

Friday, March 29th, 2019

In the first instance, there is the positive aspect of alliance with IFMA the ultimate professional Facility Management organization. The FM Consultants Council applies focus to our respective commitments to providing services and support to Clients. Within FMCC there are indeed some larger consulting organizations represented in the membership roster, but many members also represent… Read the full article »


Low Cost Marketing for FM Consultants : Writing Blogs by Stephen Brown

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

Part of my marketing scheme involves that I write and post blogs. I established my Facility Management training and consulting business because I really enjoy the facets of the FM industry and interacting with my clients. My efforts make the clients happy when they become more efficient – improving service delivery, reducing operational costs, and… Read the full article »


You are not in this alone….How to best optimize your contracted services by Ted Ritter, Teena Shouse and Peter Stroup

Monday, February 6th, 2017

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Falling Ice and Snow – Mitigating Your Facility Risk by Mike Carter & Roman Stangl

Friday, February 3rd, 2017

Falling ice and snow from buildings and structures can pose a real risk to people and property. If fallen ice is visible on a walking surface, are pedestrians likely to perceive a danger? If the number of “Danger/Caution – Falling Ice” signs that show up on our urban sidewalks is an indication, the answer is… Read the full article »


Collaboration and Cloud Computing by Michael Schley

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

A second technology trend, cloud computing, is underway throughout the business world in general, following BIM’s steadily expanding role in the world of FM. Cloud computing provides significant benefits to users by reducing IT management costs.  More interesting to facility managers however is the potential for cloud computing to provide a platform for collaboration.