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Program Highlights

Golf Classic Highlights, May 8 @ Tapawingo

It was an absolutely gorgeous day for our golfers, sponsors and volunteers! 

This perfect day was planned and executed by Ms. Jennifer Tichacek with C & R Mechanical, our golf chair, and her enthusiastic committee members; Adam Benes, Focal Pointe; Robert Fox, Stifel Nicolaus; Kristie Gabel, Elite Cuisine; Susan Esker, Growing Green; Dave Gardin, Lillibridge; LeAnn Hefner, Paragon; Howard Hergenberg, CSI; Jerry Hogenmiller, Pipe Systems; Michelle Hoff, Paragon; Frank Merrins, TECM, LLC; Scott Minnette, Specrite Designs; Gary Thompson, Doll Services; Bill Williams, Automatic Controls; Joe Winter, Woodard; Gary Wood, Stryker Construction;  and Greg Zuzack, Landco.  We couldn’t have done it without our volunteers – Jennifer Brinker, Landco; Nancy Cripe, POE; Matt Migalla, Cahokia Mound; Joyce Ruiz, United Construction; and Vicki Woodside, CI Select.

And the winners were –

Flight A, team Cozad scored 57
Flight B, team Centaur scored 64
Flight C, team Landco scored 68

Long Drive Winners

Tom Gary, Melissa Wolf, Chris Goughener, Kathleen Lavelle, and  Kyle Boschert

Closet to Pin Winners

Andy Stephens, Mark Northrup and Courtney Wirth

Skins Winners –

Team Cozad, Eagle on Meramec 7
Team KONE, Birdie on Prairie 8
Team Color Art, Eagle on Meramec 4

A few event photos are posted our web site’s home page.  More coming soon!

On behalf of the St. Louis Chapter of IFMA, we thank everyone for their generous support! 

Golf Classic Event Program

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April 16, 2014 Program Highlights

Over fifty members and colleagues attended an informative program on codes, controls, and LED’s.


Lighting is one of the most rapidly changing sectors of the building industry.  If employed properly, these changes can result in healthier workplaces, higher return on investments, and reduced maintenance.  Employed improperly these changes generate increased callbacks, lost revenue and unrealized savings.  

Our presenter, Steve Andert, has been designing and specifying lighting and controls for a variety of markets and applications for over twenty years.  Thank you very much Steve for sharing your expertise with our membership. 

On behalf of our chapter, we would like to thank World Wide Technology for hosting and sponsoring our April program.  Special thanks to Justin Reise, Manager, Corporate Properties and his team at World Wide Technology for assisting Skip MacEwen and Rich Janis with the logistics of the program.  Your support Is greatly appreciated.   

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“It’s All About Energy”, March 19th

Our March 19th program was very well attended.   Over 60 members attended the program,  “It’s All About Energy”, presented by Pat Justis of Ameren Missouri and Jim Travis of The Laclede Group.  The program content focused on programs available for facility managers to save energy and improve the bottom line.

On behalf of our chapter, we would like to thank Chuck Winkle and his team at Maritz for hosting, and a huge shout out to Elite Cuisine for sponsoring the awesome networking reception.  Members and guests will be talking about the absolutely delicious display of Hors d’ oeuvres for a long, long, time. 

Lastly, thank you to Rich Janis, with William Tao for coordinating this great event. We appreciate all that you do Rich!

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New Member Breakfast

Over 30 members and guests attended our 1st new member get-together on Tuesday, April 8.

New and seasoned members learned more about the chapter’s goals and objectives, sustainability updates, upcoming golf classic, and a new member recognition program that is being introduced. 

On behalf of our chapter, we thank our host, Steve Mudd, Director of Facilities Planning, at Concordia Seminary, and, a special thank you to Nathan Wade with DTZ for assisting with the coordination of this event.   We truly appreciate your support.  

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Sustainability How To Guides

IFMA and the IFMA Foundation, with support from IFMA’s Sustainability Committee, produce a series of white papers to provide data and information associated with a wide range of subjects related to sustainable facility management. – See more at:

http://www.ifma.org/know-base/how-to-guides#sthash.poWYy8iE.dpuf

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SFP

Sustainability Facility Professional® (SFP®)

Sustainbility Facility Professional - SFP credential for FMs

Optimize your Facility Management performance!

The IFMA SFP Credential Program is now available »Optimum “sustainability” for savvy CEOs and facility professionals goes beyond certifying the premises with the preferred building rating system. It is a commitment to improving the facility’s impact on the environment, productivity and people — not just today, but tomorrow too.

 

Become an SFP and play a key leadership role in creating, managing and operating sustainable facilities. The SFP is the credential for FMs seeking a higher level of sustainable performance. Go farther, faster. Engage all your company’s FM assets to truly maximize triple bottom line results.

Take advantage of your IFMA membership!

Order the IFMA SFP Credential Program and save US$300!

STEPS TO ACHIEVE THE SFP CREDENTIAL

  1. Determine whether you have a basic foundational knowledge of FM as this knowledge is necessary to apply the SFP concepts and pass the final assessments. A Facility Management Overview is included in the SFP program as a refresher.
  2. Order the IFMA SFP Credential Program, an all-inclusive training and assessment program that combines comprehensive reading materials to help you learn about sustainable facility practices from an FM perspective, interactive online study tools to testyour understanding and retention, and final SFP assessments to qualify you to earn the SFP credential.
  3. study the electronic/printed training materials and complete the online interactive study tools for each focus area (in sequence) to enhance your skills and knowledge.
  4. Complete the three online SFP final assessments with a passing score of 75% or higher.
  5. Submit your SFP application (with application fee) to IFMA to validate your SFP credential.

Due to the dynamic and ever-changing nature of the sustainability environment, the SFP certificate will be issued with a three-year term of validity. After this time, SFPs will be expected to demonstrate their understanding of the latest developments in sustainability through an online course and assessment.

Already purchased your SFP program? Log in now »

Have any questions? Check out our FAQ »

Why Sustainable Facility Management? Find out here »

Need additional information? Email us »

- See more at: http://www.ifma.org/professional-development/credentials/sustainability-facility-professional-sfp#sthash.r2yY9oqS.dpuf

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IFMA International Sustainability Knowledge Base

IFMA assists facility management professionals in planning and implementing strategic sustainability programs.

 http://www.ifma.org/know-base/browse/sustainability#sthash.kRb9NyHD

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February 19 Program Recap

Our program this month was very well attended.   Over 60 members and 25  Washington University students attended a dynamic presentation by Steve Bannes, a professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Construction Management Program at Henry Sever Institute, School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University.  Steve’s presentation focused on Construction Management: The Right Method Depends on the Project.

On behalf of our chapter, we would like to thank Steve for sharing his expertise on an interesting and informative topic.  We would also like to thank Washington University for hosting, and Charlotte Goeddel, with Chargo for sponsoring our program.  We truly appreciate your support of our chapter.

Lastly, thank you to Wendy Flusser and Rich Janis, members of the program and education committee for coordinating this great program.

Our next program is scheduled for March 19 at Maritz.  The topic will be “Energy Update”, a panel discussion with representatives’ from Ameren and Laclede.

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January Program Highlights

Our chapter’s first program for 2014 was hosted and sponsored by CATCO.  Thank you so much for your generous support!

We would also like to thank Frank Merrins for his presentation on Emergency Preparedness, which focused on what first respondents expect from you when an emergency occurs.

Thanks Frank.  We appreciate your knowledge and expertise!

Our next program is scheduled on February 19 at Brauer Hall on the campus of Washington University.

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IFMA St. Louis Celebrates the Season!

IFMA St. Louis Celebrates the Season

On Wednesday evening, December 11, members and guests visited the unique Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to celebrate the season with their IFMA friends.  

We would like to thank our chapter members, Howard Beittenmiller, Director, Facilities & Support for hosting the event, and, Ms. LeAnn Hefner with Paragon Certified Restoration for coordinating the festivities for the evening.  It was an awesome event.    

The evening included cocktails, a buffet dinner, and festive music by the Vince Martin band.  Even though it was rather cold outside, it didn’t stop members and old friends from dropping by to wish each other a happy Holiday Season.  We hope everyone enjoyed themselves.

You can check out the event photos posted on the “photo stream” at http://www.ifmastl.org

Best wishes for a happy Holiday Season and our sincere thanks for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year.

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