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Part 1: FMXcellence Winners Make A Big Impact By Tackling Business Priorities
Part 2: Advance Work Critical To Successful Delivery Of Leon County Public Safety Complex
Part 3: 'Students First' Program Shapes Des Moines Public Schools' Facility Management
Part 4: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Meets Multiple Objectives With Modernization Project
Part 5: Keeping George Washington University's Core Mission In Mind Helps Facility Department Meet Green Goals
Part 6: Westminster Schools' Energy Efficiency Efforts Are Born From Successful Water Project
Part 7: FMXcellence: See Videos Of The Winners
August 2014 -
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Trent Frazier, director, field operations facilities program management office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses how to build modularity into new facilities to address future mission needs.
William Broome, director of facilities at the Westminster Schools, discusses how the savings from a small water-efficiency project started a chain-reaction of energy efficiency projects at his facilities.
Bill Good, chief operations officer with Des Moines Public Schools, discusses how the district went about making student needs top priority when funding facility retrofit projects through a local options sales tax initiative.
Jim Schrote, executive director, facilities, and Bob Oakley, chief HVAC engineer, with The George Washington University, discuss how a complex air handler replacement/retrofit and chiller installation project utilizing two separate crews was able to stay on track.
Carl Morgan, construction manager with the division of facilities management and construction in Leon County, Fla., and project manager for the county's new Public Safety Complex, discusses ways in which the facility reduces recurring maintenance costs by design.