AECOM, a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, is joining the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) as a Corporate Sustaining Partner. IFMA Corporate Sustaining Partners serve as industry advisers, subject matter experts, and change leaders committed to the success of facility management professionals. Los Angeles-based AECOM joins other best-in-class organizations that are making substantial investments in the FM community to strengthen the goals, objectives, and work of IFMA.
“Working with corporate sustaining partners like AECOM not only elevates our respective organizations but the FM industry overall,” said IFMA board chair Graham Tier, CFM, FMP, MRICS. “By leveraging AECOM’s extensive capabilities and expertise to support IFMA and our mission to strengthen the knowledge and skills of FM professionals worldwide, we can continue to build a unified global FM community with a shared professional vision.”
AECOM designs, builds, finances, and operates infrastructure assets for governments, businesses, and organizations in more than 150 countries. As a premier provider of facility management services to corporations and public agencies worldwide, the organization combines technology solutions and data analytics to drive measurable improvements for client reliability, productivity, and profitability goals across diverse markets. This includes driving enhanced performance within technically complex facility environments such as military installations, industrial manufacturing plants, high-tech research laboratories, data centers, and logistics facilities.
“AECOM is pleased to partner with IFMA, and jointly foster their mission to advance the professional discipline of facility management worldwide,” said Natalie Nottage, Senior Vice President for AECOM’s Facility Operations and Maintenance sector. “As a Corporate Sustaining Partner, we look forward to bringing the perspective of a fully integrated design, build, and operate partner to IFMA.”
AECOM will also sponsor the closing keynote by former White House CIO and cybersecurity authority Theresa Payton at IFMA’s World Workplace Conference and Expo on Friday, October 5 in Charlotte, NC.