Facility Maintenance Decisions

Finalists for FMD Achievement Awards Announced



Winners will be announced on July 27


Organizers of the 2015 Facility Maintenance Decisions Achievement Awards have announced the program's 16 finalists.
 
The program recognizes the role maintenance and engineering departments play in the successful, cost-effective and energy-efficient operation of the nation's institutional and commercial facilities. The finalists emerged from a combination of Facebook voting and evaluation by Facility Maintenance Decisions editors. A panel of leaders in the maintenance and engineering management profession now will select eight entries – two from each category – from the 16 finalists to determine this year's honorees.
 
For the first time in the award program's six-year history, two entries from the same organization made the list of finalists. Frederick County Public Schools in Maryland earned finalist status in the personnel management and sustainability categories.
 
Here are the finalists, listed in alphabetical order:
 
Retrofits and Renovations
adidas America Inc., Portland, Ore.
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston
Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Okla.
University of South Alabama Medical Center, Mobile
 
Personnel Management
Broward College, Davie, Fla.
Frederick County (Md.) Public Schools
Orange and Rockland Utilities, Spring Valley, N.Y.
Owen J. Roberts School District, Pottstown, Pa.
 
Financial Management
Frito-Lay Facilities, Plano, Texas
Muckleshoot Casino, Auburn, Wash.
St. Joseph's Healthcare System, Paterson, N.J.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth (N.C.) County Schools
 
Sustainability
Arlington (Texas) Independent School District
Frederick County (Md.) Public Schools
Georgia Regents Medical Center, Augusta
Texas Children's Hospital, Houston
 
The magazine will announce the eight recipients on July 27 and honor them at the NFMT Orlando conference in October. To view all of the 2015 entries and past award recipients, visit here.




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