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1990

IFMA Atlanta 1990’s

1990

OFFICERS

  • President, Martha Osborne
  • Vice President, James Pelger
  • Secretary, Beverly Bondarew
  • Treasurer, Howard Chapman
  • Regional Vice President, Jean Lusso
  • International Chairman of IFMA Foundation, Ed Rondeau was the first chair of the newly formed IFMA Foundation
  • International Vice President, Christine Neldon
  • Secretarial Service, Barnett Business Services (770/887-1000)

COMMITTEES:

Awards, Education, Historian, Job Bank, Membership, Networking, Newsletter, Nominating, Programs, Publicity, Social Events, Sponsors, Codes and Regulations, Technical

MEETINGS

  • 60-75 attendees
  • Held mostly at Merchandise Mart; also Trios, Ravinia, and Underground Atlanta
  • Always on third Wednesday
  • Cost $15 and $20 at Mart; $20 and $25 at other locations
  • Membership range 180 (increased 20% from 1989)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ed Rondeau was the first chair of the newly formed IFMA Foundation
  • Developed a current projected budget for the first time
  • Established a set date and time for monthly meetings to encourage regular attendance.Established a regular monthly date and time for executive committee meetings and offered facility tours as a perk to Board members. Executive committee meetings always last Monday of each moth and held at an interesting facility with a tour for executive members (Barker home blasted out of rocks on top of Sawnee Mountain was one tour).
  • Increased the number of committees to better distribute work load and encourage participation. Each chairman then encouraged involvement by other members to function as helpers. Additions included Awards, community service, education, historian, public relations, networking, and sponsors.
  • Specifications were attempted for secretarial service and it was bid out for the first time.
  • Newsletter changed from one or two page duplicated letter to printed professionally typeset 4-page folded format. First new logo by Ruys and Co.
  • Goal to increase number of committees and membership participation in committees.
  • Began have new committee chairmen and members take over in November so they could be in place when new officers took over.
  • Developed a philosophy of progression through the offices to allow continuity of programs and provide training in chapter management and structure, possibly leading to advanced leadership.
  • Planned meetings for a year in advance to allow for better and more varied speakers.
  • Stopped the practice of having some “Professional Members Only” meetings. All members were welcome to all regularly scheduled meetings.
  • Began sending Chapter information to National: Newsletter, Membership information, Activities. This was primarily provided on a volunteer basis.
  • Began networking sessions after hours as an addendum to regular meetings. Some of these were “Professional Members Only” to satisfy wishes of some Professional members.
  • Held the first Round-table discussion as a meeting.
  • Added social functions and tours (Fox, Underground Atlanta, Inforum) to our agenda.
  • Added networking groups as an addendum to regular meetings.
  • Began accumulating all available information to compile historical records of the chapter. Sent out questionnaire to begin accumulation history. Charter member Bob Browder provided a great deal of information at this time.
  • Established local Chapter Awards for the first time.
  • Established a Community Service Project – Provide City of Atlanta Housing with a “Life Safety Guidelines” newsletter for local building managers and maintenance staff. Was to be an on-going publication. First edition to include Guides or block forms to lead them through procedures to identify Fire Department connection, Elevator entrapment procedure, main disconnect location and procedures outlines, guide to mapping location of critical rooms, water supply protection. Planned on one series each year.
  • Fund raising was a new event (Fox Tour, Tennis tournament)
  • Developed new members packet.
  • Provided local membership with IFMA lapel pins retroactively to all members on a one-time basis and continuing to new members as they joined the chapter.
  • Developed a Welcome Committee with table hosts/hostesses.
  • Began moving meetings around to different places.
  • Membership committee developed local directory.
  • Sponsor committee structured and defined a sponsorship ladder, donation levels, and benefits to sponsors.
  • First chapter to offer a fund raiser for foundation. Donation was announced at conference (the tennis tournament raised money for this event).
  • Sponsored a $1,000 scholarship for a FM student. Funds provided by MCI. Scholarship awarded at December meeting.
  • Applied for Chapter of the Year – see copy in archives files.
  • Eight attended regional meeting in St. Petersburg.
  • Arranged for Annual Conference exchange PINS rather than stickers.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Martha Osborne, DCA (although we had agreed that the current president would not be a recipient, because that would eliminate interest and other candidates)
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Kim Weiss (Westall), Long Aldridge Norman
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: James A. (Jaime) Lanier, Interface Corp.
  • OUTSTANDING AFFILIATE MEMBER: Dorothy Clark Harris, Rosser Fabrap Interiors

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1991

OFFICERS

  • President, James Pelger
  • Vice President, Kim Weiss
  • Secretary, Tom Vernon
  • Treasurer, Howard Chapman
  • Regional Vice President, Jean Lusso
  • International President, Christine Neldon
  • Secretarial Service, Barnett Business Services

COMMITTEES:

Awards, Education, Historian/PR, Job Bank, Membership, Networking, Newsletter, Nominating, Programs, Social Events, Sponsorship, Research

MEETINGS

  • Attendance 80-95
  • Cost $15 and $20 – raised to $20 and $30
  • Membership 180+

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Jaime Lanier gave talk at Regional conference in May in Memphis.
  • Educational Committee sponsored round-table discussions.
  • Social at Agatha’s Dinner Theater.
  • Began recycling program for used computer paper.
  • Toured Shaw Industries.
  • Regional leadership conference in Memphis – toured the “Pyramid.”
  • Bob Browder given Lifetime Membership.
  • Began charging non-members for newsletter subscription ($30/year).

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP: Jean Lusso, Coca-Cola
  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Judy Barber, GTE Data
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Lois Johnson, Coca-Cola
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: Kim Harden, Baker Executive Offices and Nancy Watner, Allied Fibers
  • OUTSTANDING AFFILIATE MEMBER: Polly Harper, William Leonard and Assoc.

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1992

OFFICERS

  • President, Kim Weiss (Westall)
  • Vice President, Tom Vernon
  • Secretary, Pete Conlin
  • Treasurer, Margaret Sherrod
  • Regional Vice President, Lanny Felder, Jacksonville, FL
  • International Board Past President, Christine Neldon (Board position)
  • Secretarial Service, Barnett Business Services

COMMITTEES:

Awards, Education, Historian/PR, Membership, Networking, Newsletter, Programs, Social Events, Sponsorship, A/A, Hospitality

MEETINGS

  • Attendance average 70-100
  • Cost $20 and $30
  • Membership 200

HIGHLIGHTS

  • International Board Past President, Christine Neldon (Board position)
  • Community Project: Smiles Against Cancer and MUST (Ministry United for Service and Training) and YES Atlanta.
  • First vendor’s fair.
  • Jaime Lanier led roundtable discussion held at Interface Flooring’s new building in Marietta, on the top floor which was still unfinished.
  • Held a membership telephone blitz.
  • Georgian Terrace Tour.
  • ADA became law.
  • Toured One Peachtree Center.
  • 10th Anniversary – Ted Stout had maintained original records (he is in New York) and Christine tried to get records from him for 10th Anniversary. Anniversary celebration held at Georgia RR Depot.
  • International President, Sam Johnson, was guest speaker. Gift clocks were given to all past presidents.
  • The three original sponsors helped sponsor the 10th Anniversary Celebration. They were given exclusive sponsorship in honor of being the first sponsors: Herman Miller, Ivan Allen, and Milliken and Co.
  • MIA program tried to encourage attendance.
  • Ed Rondeau was elected a “Fellow” of IFMA.
  • CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS
  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Tom Vernon, ADP
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Audrey Keppler, Holiday Inn Worldwide
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: Monica Stein (Bell), Sizemore/Floyd Architects
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: Haidee Courson, Wegman Associates
  • (Two Outstanding Allied Member awards given this year and no Outstanding Affiliate Member award was given.)

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1993

OFFICERS

  • President, Pete Conlin
  • Vice President, Don Brumbelow
  • Secretary, Mary Jo Doherty
  • Treasurer, Margaret Sherrod
  • Regional Vice President, Lanny Felder, Jacksonville, FL
  • Secretarial Service, Barnett Business Services; changed in September to Brown and Spiegel, Inc.

COMMITTEES:

Awards, Education, Membership (prospective, new, directory, allied/affiliate), Newsletter, Nominating, Programs, PR

MEETINGS

  • Average attendance 70-90
  • Cost $20 and $30
  • One meeting in Steelcase Showroom
  • Membership approx. 200+

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Held a meeting at a Braves Baseball game with Wegman providing Cajun Tailgate Party.
  • 2nd Annual vendor’s fair.
  • CFM designations began being awarded.
  • International began requiring specific reporting from local chapters.
  • Hosted South Regional Leadership Conference in April.
  • Shared a joint meeting with ASID and IBD. Robert Tucker was speaker on what the future holds.
  • Held first Quality Sharing Rally for one meeting with members as speakers.
  • Held first meeting on “north side” of town.
  • Held “membership telethon” to spread word about IFMA and recruit new members.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Gene Meany, Consultant
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Mike Denson, Bell South
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: Robin Bruce, Electrostatic-On-Site Services
  • OUTSTANDING AFFILIATE MEMBER: Facility Relocations, Sonja Tablada, Pres.

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1994

OFFICERS

  • President, Tom Vernon
  • Vice President, Gene Meany
  • Secretary, Mary Jo Doherty
  • Treasurer, Allan Caddell
  • Regional Vice President, Janeen Trevillyan
  • Secretarial Service, Brown and Spiegel, Inc. (404/351-3323), terminated, then Sunbelt Printing was retained to print newsletter and Ashton Hall (404/457-1427) was to maintain the database and take reservations.

COMMITTEES:

  • Awards and Nominating, Education, Membership (prospective, new, directory, allied/affiliate), Newsletter, Programs, PR, Job Bank

MEETINGS

  • Attendance 70-90
  • Cost $20 and $30
  • Membership approx. 210

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Goal: “Year of Learning”.
  • Braves Night Out – Miles Wegman cooked Cajun before the game.
  • No vendor’s fair. It was planned to have one every other year.
  • Contributed $1,000 plus a matching donation from WGNX of $500 for Red Cross relief for flood victims in SW Georgia.
  • The first Chapter roundtable as an addendum to regular meetings.
  • Held a planning retreat at Milliken for upcoming year.
  • Staffed phone bank for GPTV fund raising as our Community Service.
  • orked with Habitat for Humanity.
  • Lost the Banner.
  • Began practice of annual leadership retreat. Held in Spartanburg, SC at BMW plant.
  • Developed membership survey to compile a “Resource Directory.”
  • Designed IFMA/Atlanta polo shirt to wear for GPTV drive and to conference.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Steve Pelham, The Milliken Co.
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Allan Caddell, Atlanta Gas Light Co.
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED/AFFILIATE MEMBER: Lisa Steckbeck, Steelcase
  • SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD: Ed Rondeau, Consultant

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1995

OFFICERS

  • President, Gene Meany
  • Vice President, Harry Ludwig
  • Secretary, Mike Butler
  • Treasurer, Allan Caddell
  • Regional Vice President, Janeen Trevillyan
  • Secretarial Service, Ashton Hall, changed in September to Associations of Ga. (770/948-3963)

COMMITTEES

Education, Allied/Affiliates, Sponsorship, Awards, Programs, Career Services, Hospitality, Community Service, Archives, Membership, Public Relations, Newsletter

MEETINGS

  • Held all around perimeter and downtown
  • Average attendance increased when started using Galleria
  • ost $20 and $30
  • Membership 225

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1st Golf Tournament in September to raise money for Habitat for Humanity – netted $2,500.
  • Ft. Lauderdale food fest was hosted by Miles Wegman at Conference in Miami.
  • Fernbank Museum Tour and Cookout – Miles Wegman cooked.
  • Toured Milliken “Live Oak Plant” to see rebuild after fire disaster.
  • First Annual Sustaining Patron Sponsorship Program netted $15,000. Idea borrowed from Silicon Valley Chapter and enhanced by The Board.
  • Part time chapter administrator, Associations of GA. was hired after formal RFP process.
  • Tour of UPS.
  • Tour of Oglethorpe Power Headquarters.
  • Held 4 roundtable discussions with average of 20 attendees.
  • 1st Allied/Affiliate Advisory Board established to meet with Board.
  • New Member Orientation held.
  • Participated in GPTV telethon for 2nd year.
  • Developed “Career Day” project to promote FM at high schools and college level.
  • Christine Neldon became an IFMA Fellow.
  • Held 5th Semi-Annual Sharing Rally.
  • Held 1st Annual Bosses Luncheon.
  • Held 2nd Annual retreat.
  • Published goals for each committee, to be included in directory binder.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Pete Conlin, Project Management Services, Inc.
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Mary Jo O’Neil, Kaiser Permanente
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED MEMBER: Malcolm Weiss, Weiss & Assoc.
  • OUTSTANDING AFFILIATE MEMBER: Susan Sullivan, Hendrix Assoc.
  • SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD: Plant Peddler, Sheryl Berg; Facility Resources, Inc., Sonja Tablada; The Milliken Co., Steve Pelham; Wegman & Assoc., Haidee Courson

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1996

OFFICERS

  • President, Harry Ludwig
  • Vice President, Kathy Roper
  • Secretary, Sheryl Yetsko
  • Treasurer, Steve Wilson
  • Regional Vice President, Cheryl Weybright
  • Secretarial Service, Associations of Georgia

COMMITTEES

Education, Allied/Affiliates, Sustaining Patron, Awards, Programs, Career Services, Hospitality, Community Service, Archives, Membership, Public Relations, Newsletter

MEETINGS

  • Held at a variety of locations
  • $20 and $35 w/advance reservation; $25 and $40 without reservations
  • Average attendance 75-80
  • Membership 250

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Year’s motto: “No deposit – no return”.
  • No golf tournament this year.
  • Sustaining Patron Program had 100% renewal rate and a growth rate of 50%.
  • Administration service maintains data base (membership and wait list), mailings, distribution of chapter directory, assists in set-up and administration of chapter meetings, collection and reconciliation of receipts and billing of no-shows.
  • Chapter membership data base was cleaned up and restored.
  • Increased number of roundtables.
  • IFMA/Atlanta 96 membership survey conducted.
  • Wait list updated, improved to streamline and develop more efficient method to track and coordinate with Houston’s (result that Houston scrapped theirs and adopted Atlanta’s). Atlanta has largest wait list of any chapter.
  • Newsletter transitioned to a new printer, format changed, paper changed, initiated advertising program, lowered overall production and distribution costs.
  • mbership benefits – members could use credit card to pay for monthly meetings.
  • Updates to chapter directory done on an as-needed basis between annual printings.
  • Increased level of public awareness of IFMA in Atlanta area with articles by members appearing in Atlanta Business Chronicle and announcements in Atlanta Journal Constitution and Atlanta Business Chronicle regarding officers, meetings, and other doings.
  • Tours: Prince Street Plant in Cartersville, GA; BMW manufacturing , warehouse, distribution, and administrative facility.
  • Monthly chapter reports made to International.
  • Held annual leadership retreat at Callaway Gardens.
  • Hospitality Committee was revived.
  • Community Service Project: “Project Extend” assistance to indigent elderly. Atlanta chapter painted two houses.
  • No meeting or activities in July due to Olympics being in Atlanta.
  • Continued Bosses Day luncheon.
  • New Member Orientations held.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • DISTINGUISHED MEMBER: Lori Tilt, Heery International
  • FACILITY MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT: Bob Kinney and Fred Tharpe, Home Depot
  • OUTSTANDING ALLIED/AFFILIATE MEMBER: Dave Flory, Cort Furniture

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1997

OFFICERS

  • President, Kathy Roper
  • Vice President, Sheryl Yetsko
  • Secretary, Matt Dawson
  • Treasurer, Sheryl Berg
  • Regional Vice President, Cheryl Weybright
  • Secretarial Service, Associations of Ga., Ginger Walker

COMMITTEES

Education, Associates, Sustaining Patron, Awards, Programs, Career Services, Hospitality, Community Service, Archives, Membership, Advertising and Public Relations, Newsletter

MEETINGS

  • Various locations
  • Cost $20 and $35 (guest) with reservation; $25 and $40 without reservation
  • Average attendance: 86

MEMBERSHIP

Over 300 in October

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Golf tournament to raise over $5,000 for United Way.
  • Membership a key focus this year. Membership drive netted 19 new members during July-Sept.
  • Archives researched and begun. Chapter history written for entire 15 years.
  • 15th Anniversary Celebration at Ga. RR Depot, September 19th. Theme – The Wizard of Oz; decorations of green and silver; poem written to compare FM to Oz characters; gifts to former charter members and all past presidents; door prizes; favors (bean bag lions); dancing.
  • Change in membership definition of Professional allowed several former Associate members to become Professionals. Professional if 50% of time spent in two or more facility management duties.
  • IFMA Atlanta Home Page on the Internet launched in May. Monthly updates and meeting information provided, current information.
  • Community Service project with United Way, REACH, as the benefactor; IFMA Atlanta provided facility-related services
  • Sustaining Patron program grew to 26 Patrons.
  • July and August “social meetings” held at Dave & Busters and Turner Field/Braves game
  • Tour of GCATT facility held in November
  • Associations of Georgia, administrators for the chapter, maintained membership database and wait list is now controlled by International..
  • Leadership planning conference for 1998 held at Catawba House in October. Sponsored by Interface Flooring.
  • Education conducted member survey via phone calls prior to Leadership Conference
  • Newsletter nominated for International Award of Excellence. Did not win.
  • Quarterly New/Prospective Member Orientations held.
  • Established standing reservation system, first with board, then to entire membership, to speed registration, payment at monthly meetings, and streamline process.

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • Distinguished Member: Harry Ludwig, III King and Spalding
  • Facility Management Achievement: Allan Caddell, GE Capital Technology
  • Outstanding Associate Member: Claire Brucks, DeKaalb Office/Regeneration
  • Howard Chapmen, Royal Cup Coffee
  • Special Recognition: Martha Osborne, “Red Slipper” Award for 15th Anniversary Celebration and Recorded History and Sheryl Yetsko, State of GA – Paperweight for dedication.

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1998

OFFICERS:

  • President: Sheryl Yetsko
  • Vice President: Matt Dawson
  • Secretary: Kathy Farley
  • Treasurer: Dave Flory
  • Past Pres., 1998 Awards Chair and CFM Task Force Chair
  • Regional Vice President: Sheryl Weybright
  • Administrator – Association Headquarters, Inc – Bob & Vernon Thomas 404-766-1632

COMMITTEES

  • Education Chair – Anne Steele
  • Advertising/Public Relations- Patti Stewart
  • IFMA Foundation Liaison: Sheila Foster
  • Archives/Library- Martha Osborne
  • Associates- Steve Sperling
  • Career Services- Marty Mason
  • Community Services- Howard Chapman/Tom Haslach/Harry Ludwig
  • Membership- Beth Chaplin
  • Hospitality &Mentoring- Nancy Arnold/Lendy Buchman
  • Newsletter: Christina Parks, later Suzanne Thomas
  • Programs- Chaire Brucks
  • Sustaining Patrons- Harry Ludwig

MEETINGS

  • Locations: Villa Christina, Federal building, Turner Field, REACH, 102 West, The Depot, Marriott NW, Atlanta History Center
  • Meeting Subjects:
  • Jan – Financial Planning in the 90’s
  • Feb. – Ga. Sec. Of State, Lewis Massey
  • Mar- Tour of Turner Field
  • April- Image Consulting
  • May- Recog. Of commu8ntiy service project
  • June- Facilities Development in Atlanta
  • July- Electricity, the Alternative to Gasoline
  • Aug.- So You’re Thinking about a new building buying vs. lease Analysis
  • Sept. RE and Technology
  • Oct. Taking control of your personal and professional Life
  • Nov. Alternative Office Solutions
  • Dec. Awards Banquet.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership Range: grew from 299 to 372

HIGHLIGHTS

Won its first award of Excellence for Community Service Award at World Work Place, Chicago

MEMBERSHIP

  • Started Hospitality program
  • Began work with Georgia Tech to develop Masters Program in Facility Management
  • Hosted CFM educational seminar to begin focus on CFM accreditation of members
  • Proctored first Atlanta CFM exam with 100% pass ratio
  • Began work with IFMA Foundation with first foundation Liaison chairperson in our chapter and began fund raising campaign
  • Hired Associate Headquarters, Inc. as our new Chapter Administrator
  • Began development of new Chapter directory to replace binder, included advertising from Sustaining Patrons
  • Promoted participation in Councils as added value to membership
  • Continued development/enhancement of Chapter Website to include calendar of events to encourage member participation
  • Hosted tours of REACH, Federal Building, Capitol Building and Turner Field
  • Chapter leaders/partners were recognized at special luncheon hosted by Reach in appreciation of community service project
  • Began community Service Project with YWCA
  • Began development of Mentoring Program
  • Continued Development/Enhancement of IFMA Atlanta Library

CHAPTER AWARD RECIPIENTS:

  • Outstanding Associate: Marty Mason
  • Achievement in Facility Management: (tie)
  • Martha Osborne, CFM
  • Kathy Farley and Harry Ludwig
  • No Distinguished Member was nominated

1999

OFFICERS

  • President: Matt Dawson
  • Vice President: Joyce Roper
  • Secretary: Kathy Farley
  • Treasurer: Dave Flory
  • Regional Vice President:
  • Administrator – Association Headquarters, Inc – Bob & Vernon Thomas 404-766-1632

COMMITTEES

Associates, Career Services, Community Service, Foundation, Membership, Mentoring, Newsletter, Professional Dev., Programs, Public Relations, Sustaining Patrons

MEETINGS

  • Locations: Marriott,Lenox, 103 West, Villa Christina, Frazer Center, Galleria, The Abbey, Omni Hotel-Philips Arena tour, Carter Center
  • Date: third Wed. of each month
  • Cost: $20 member, $25 w/o reservation, $35 FM guest, $40 w/o reservation. In Oct. increased fees to $25 members, $30 guests, $40 for non FM and members without advanced registration

MEMBERSHIP RANGE

In September membership was up to 390.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • meeting programs are designed to meet CFM core competency areas
  • developed strategic plan. Four Strategic Initiatives
  • Broaden and enhance member services
  • Implement a comprehensive professional development program
  • Sustain community service efforts with YWCA
  • Prepare an award winning submission for 1999 chapter of the year.
  • Created professional development committee
  • Newsletter format changed to support professional development program initiative.
  • Newsletter organized around CFM core competency areas.
  • Upgrade YWCA facility, roof, landscape design, lead abatement, restroom repairs, ADA compliance, installation of PA system and security system, repair to walls and ceilings, playground surfaces, and installation of new flooring and new playground equipment.
  • Held charity Golf and tennis event to benefit IFMA Foundation. They are working to develop a Georgia Tech Masters Program in FM
  • Prepaid meeting registration begun
  • Worked on implementing chapter initiatives
  • Several meetings addressed the “y2K” concerns of facing the year 2000 on our computers.
  • Member Services Task Force created to help add value to IFMA membership. This task force includes the membership committee to recruit new members, the Mentoring committee to help get new members involved and the Associates Committee to add value to the associates.
  • Pre-registration for meetings has been instituted.
  • We held our first “Volunteer Day” to work at our service project at the YWCA.
  • Joyce Roper, Dave Flory, Sheila Foster and Matt Dawson represented the chapter at the South, South Central Mega-Regional in KC, MO. They presented a matching -funds check to the Norman Polsky Grant. They also facilitated two round tables and reported on the chapter’s strategic focus.
  • Community Services Golf and Tennis Event raised $10,000.
  • Began developing a $25,000 endowment scholarship for Ga Tech Master Program.
  • Became sister chapter to IFMA France.
  • Selected as one of top finalists for Chapter of the Year. Capitol Chapter won.
  • Developed a web site for our chapter

CHAPTER AWARDS

  • Outstanding Associate: Tom Haslach
  • Distinguished Member: Beth Chaplin
  • Facility Management Achievement: Mitch Rabil
  • Special Recognition for Community Service Contributions: Metric Construction,Inc
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