Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Facility Executive of the Year articles below.
Richie Stever, director of operations and maintenance, University of Maryland Medical Center, aims high and delivers results.
The February 2019 issue features this year's Facility Executive of the Year. Plus, a look drones and FM, building envelope and energy, and our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
Since the first issue was published in 1988 much has changed. Facility management has evolved with the times.
As a department of one, Kirk Beaudoin, senior facilities manager for adidas, formalized protocol for the company’s retail stores.
The February 2018 issue features our 2018 Facility Executive of the Year, an in-depth look at the building envelope, access control, document management, and more. Plus, our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
Or, perhaps it's you? Nominations are open for the 16th annual Facility Executive of the Year Award, presented by Facility Executive magazine.
With this annual award, our magazine highlights individuals for their work on a successful strategic initiative or construction project — recognizing the value they bring to their organizations.
Technology, Energy, Sustainability, Construction, Staff Development... and the list goes on when it comes to the work of facility management.
Registration is now open for Facility Executive Live!, a new one-day event tailored to the needs of busy facility management professionals.
The February 2017 issue features the 2017 Facility Executive Of The Year. Plus, a look at in-building cellular, waste management, the building envelope, emergency preparedness, flooring, and our annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
This issue announces our 2016 Facility Executive of the Year, and the popular Readers' Choice Awards. Plus a look at cyber security, cleaning performance assessments, roofing insulation and systems, HVAC maintenance, and renewable energy initiatives.
In Hamilton County, OH, Ralph W. Linne, director of county facilities, tames management tasks with technology and shapes a long-term energy plan.
Now in its 14th year, this annual award honors an individual for his or her work on a successful strategic initiative or construction project—recognizing the value they bring to their organizations.
This issue reflects the diversity of tasks handled by members of the facility management profession and it includes a profile of the Facility Executive of the Year winner for 2015.
The magazine's Facility Executive of the Year winner is recognized for his effort to transform his department at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus.
Among the many hats facility managers wear, the ability to field odd requests and mediate occupant disputes is a necessity.
The value of good as-builts for daily operations is widely recognized. After a flood at Columbus Regional Hospital, these plans were crucial to disaster recovery.
This first in the series is from the winner of the 2013 Award, J.B. Messer, director of facilities management at Oklahoma City Community College.
Providing a dynamic and diverse workplace was a key driver for this senior director of facilities’ latest project.
Churchill’s not in the running, so nominate an outstanding facility manager you know today. From the September 2013 issue.
TFM's 2014 Facility Executive of the Year Award competition is in full swing. This annual event honors an individual for his or her work on a recently completed construction project, and the value they bring to their organizations on a daily basis.
Broad minded and methodical, this IT professional brings a fresh approach to facilities.
Each year, Today's Facility Manager
sponsors the annual Facility Executive of the Year
competition. This honor recognizes the achievements of an individual involved in a recent, single construction or renovation project.
A no nonsense leader gets things done at a growing Houston hospital-in spite of obstacles and disasters.