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January 2020

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Western Pest

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Mats Inc.

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JJ Flooring Group

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Welcome Packet

Welcome to the Long Island Chapter of IFMA

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) is the premier professional association for facility management. Supporting the largest community of FM professionals in the industry, IFMA membership comprises more than 17,300 facility professionals throughout 55 countries. Our members have a voice in 127 chapters and 15 councils and one special interest group.

IFMA was established in 1980 as a not-for-profit, incorporated association dedicated to promoting excellence in the management of facilities. Globally, IFMA spots trends, conducts research, provides educational programs, and assists corporate and organizational facility managers in developing strategies to manage human, facility and real estate resources. The combined purchasing power of IFMA’s North American members is $81 billion (U.S.) annually.
 

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BEGINS FEBRUARY 8 - NYC

APRIL 2020 MEETING

 





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ADA Compliance: What All Facility Managers Should Know

Unfortunately, making a facility accessible for people with disabilities isn't always intuitive. Before undergoing an ADA compliance check, there are a number of things facility managers should know.
02/19/2020 | [email protected] | 0
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6 Tips For Controlling Facility Management Costs

The cost of designing and building a facility is only part of the total picture. Ongoing expenses will meet and eventually eclipse even the priciest buildings. Here are some tips on keeping facility management costs down.
02/11/2020 | [email protected] | 0
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Designing Buildings For Minimum Maintenance

Facilities designed with efficiency in mind can help save money and emissions, but creating them can pose a bit of a challenge. Here are some ways you can balance efficiency, cost, and usability to develop buildings that require minimal maintenance.
01/24/2020 | [email protected] | 0
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