IFMA Lehigh Valley provides its members with quality education for career advancement, networking for business and personal growth and programs that keep you productive and engaged with the proven industry trends. Want to learn more or hear it first hand from some of your peers, check out this video:
This April the Lehigh Valley Chapter of IFMA had Versico representative, Tim Kenna of Exterior Building Solutions, compared the energy performance values of black and white roof membranes.
Safety should be the foremost priority for all facility managers. We work to live not the other way around. Ensuring oneself and employees safety guarantees everyone will return home at the end of the day to be with their family, friends, and pets.
Happy New Year and snappy new blog. IFMA Lehigh Valley is committed to the success of our members. Our resolution for the 2018 New Year is to provide members with more tools and resources to be successful.
I am pleased to announce the new Board of Directors for the Lehigh Valley Chapter, for the July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018 term. We are fortunate to be able to retain some of our previous board members and are pleased to see we have new members as well.
An array of 50+ vendors will provide a wide, relevant and intriguing variety of products & services of great value & interest to IFMA professional members & 50/50 to benefit the IFMA student scholarship fund. Once again IFMA Philadelphia offers its professional members 2 non-concurrent educational sessions.
Shawn Kent Hayashi is a high performing team consultant, speaker, and coach, founder of The Professional Development Group LLC, and best-selling author. Learn more and register for this event!
Through managing their organizations’ portfolios, facility managers can have one of the most significant impacts on the finances of those organizations. By taking an approach to defining capital needs and understanding the impacts, they can ensure facilities are in alignment with organizational objectives.
Companies that opt for “green” buildings gain because workers stay longer in their jobs and have fewer absences, while recruitment is easier because new employees are attracted to environmentally-friendly buildings.
Now that it’s mid-July, the height of summer, chances are your workplace’s air-conditioned temperature is so low you’re wearing multiple layers. And that’s despite the fact that many parts of the United States have yet to see a heatwave.