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The recipient, an nine-year employee of Oswego Industries, received the award from the New York State Industries for the Disabled, Inc. (NYSID).
Maintaining a history of steady salary growth, real estate management professionals holding the CPM designation earned a median base salary of $94,000 in 2009, up from $90,000 in 2006; $81,256 in 2003; $72,300 in 1999; and $42,000 in 1984.
Guest Contributor Roger McFadden illustrates how safety is critical in establishing a best in class operation.
Guest Contributor William Zollinger explains how data rich and
All abstract submissions must be new and never before presented prior to Facility Fusion.
Emerson Network Power offers a list of “Best Practices to Avoid Data Center Failure by Human Error.”
The goal of the MoU is to help both organizations to provide enhanced services to their members and raise the profile of facilities management through cooperation and collaboration.
Now in its 31st year, IFMA’s conference will feature more than 75 educational sessions and new product demonstrations by manufacturers from around the globe.
The Professional Grounds Management Society will present its E. Earl Wilson Award to Jeffrey Bourne of the Montgomery County (MD) Department of Recreation.
As unemployment throughout the country remains at record levels approaching 10%, AFE officials urged state employment agencies to provide unemployed workers with training in facilities-related professions where there is a growing shortage of skilled workers.