2016 FMXcellence Honorees Focus on Refining Processes, Saving Money

2016 FMXcellence Honorees Focus on Refining Processes, Saving Money

Part 1 of a 6-part article profiling the 2016 FMXcellence honorees.

By Karen Kroll  
OTHER PARTS OF THIS ARTICLEPt. 1: This PagePt. 2: TD Bank: Redefining Outsourcing Into True PartnershipPt. 3: Klein ISD: Data, Benchmarking Keys To Reducing Operating Costs Pt. 4: Max Planck Florida Institute: FM Team Expands Role, Adds Value Pt. 5: Hamilton County: Massive Energy Consveration Project Succeeds Despite Budget Cuts Pt. 6: Frederick County Public Schools: Controls For Portable Classrooms Save Big

Work smarter, not harder. Behind the projects of this year’s FMXcellence honorees is the understanding that, with limited resources, the way to greater success is to hone the tools at hand: more efficient use of time, more efficient management of physical assets, and leveraging the in-house know-how of the FM department to bring significant added value to the parent organization.

This year’s honorees include a multi-national bank, a scientific research lab, a county’s municipal portfolio, and two school systems, but their initiative and innovative thinking apply to all facility types.

Check out our YouTube channel for best-practice video interviews with FMXcellence winners, this year’s and from the past.

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