08/26/2003

Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2003

Setting Standards, Shifting Trends, & Making History

 

It’s not easy being a facilities professional in today’s real estate market. Tenant and employee expectations, increasingly narrower margins to hit the bottom line, competitive exercises in pushing higher occupancy rates, and an unsure economic future are challenging even the industry’s greatest visionaries – individuals and companies that are rethinking and redefining the industry.

Yet, with the challenges come new opportunities – new markets, new processes, and new and improved buildings. And a new professional. One who is setting standards, shifting trends, and making history.

Buildings presents its annual exclusive: “Who’s Who in the Buildings Market 2003,” featuring our ‘A’ List of industry players and our Buildings Census of developer/owners, management firms, corporate real estate departments, and facilities organizations within institutions and government agencies.

Comments? Don’t hesitate to contact the Buildings Editorial Staff ([319] 364-6167) about your company’s facilities activities and its place in redefining the ownership of commercial/institutional real estate – now and in the future.

 


This year’s ‘A’ List, developed by the Buildings’ Editorial Staff, is based upon industry interviews, questionnaires, and published information: 10K reports, company websites, industry-related reports, Hoover’s Online, and other published and electronic materials. While every attempt has been made to make the ‘A’ List and the Buildings Census as complete as possible, Buildings magazine cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information. For companies interested in participation in 2004, please contact our Editorial Department at: (linda.monroe@buildings.com).
Selected by our editorial team, Buildings’ Professionals of the Year – facilities-related businesses from development, management, corporate, institutional, and government entities – prove that success comes from clear communication, long-range planning, a commitment to excellence, and talented professionals.
 

Connectrac wireways offer discrete power and technology connectivity in open interior spaces of all kinds; affordably, quickly and with long-term flexibility.



When choosing a metal-clad building for your next construction project, consider Morton Buildings, Inc., and their designBUILD team, we’ll make your dream a reality.

Visit our website today to learn about the design flexibility of a Morton building and the endless possibilities of partnering with our designBUILD team.

Wood construction is both cost and energy efficient. Check out Morton Buildings and our designBUILD team online today to discover all the benefits of post-frame construction.

We Can Help You Reduce Energy by 30%

Our mission is to help our customers manage their buildings' energy costs, improve reliability, and enhance performance while having a positive impact on the environment.
CLICK HERE to find out how.


Mitsubishi Electric’s H2i R2-Series heat pumps provide 100% heating capacity down to 0° F and simultaneous heating and cooling down to -4° F delivering year-round comfort, regardless of climate zone.

Connectrac wireways offer discrete power and technology connectivity in open interior spaces of all kinds; affordably, quickly and with long-term flexibility.



When choosing a metal-clad building for your next construction project, consider Morton Buildings, Inc., and their designBUILD team, we’ll make your dream a reality.

Visit our website today to learn about the design flexibility of a Morton building and the endless possibilities of partnering with our designBUILD team.

Wood construction is both cost and energy efficient. Check out Morton Buildings and our designBUILD team online today to discover all the benefits of post-frame construction.

We Can Help You Reduce Energy by 30%

Our mission is to help our customers manage their buildings' energy costs, improve reliability, and enhance performance while having a positive impact on the environment.
CLICK HERE to find out how.


Mitsubishi Electric’s H2i R2-Series heat pumps provide 100% heating capacity down to 0° F and simultaneous heating and cooling down to -4° F delivering year-round comfort, regardless of climate zone.

 
comments powered by Disqus

Related Products

Energy Management
Plumbing & Washrooms
2012 Money-Saving Products
Fire/Life Safety

Sponsored Links