A Day in the Life of a Facility Manager

12/03/2001 |

Be faster. More Competitive. More Global. Higher Tech. Learn more. Know more.

Be faster. More competitive. More global. Higher tech. Learn more. Know more. And don't mess with the bottom line. These are the pressures on the decision-makers involved in the unique buildings marketplace - commercial building owners and facility managers.

These professionals are involved in the development, management, and direction of the commercial, institutional, and governmental buildings industry.

They do the most to soften volatile market conditions for building occupants (tenants and/or employees) across a broad array of industries. In fact, evidence shows that, in many cases, the buildings themselves are leading the way, showing their target markets how to best support successful and profitable futures with flexible, adaptable, productive environments and infrastructure.

Today, it's a whole new environment. A facility professional has to be more analytical, more financially oriented. Relationships are still the baseline of this industry, but those relationships are now established on the ability to deliver the product and systems. It boils down to implementation and strategy.

Since its creation in 1906, Buildings magazine continues to define and lead the commercial/institutional/governmental buildings market. Take a behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of the advisers, counselors, and operators of the nation's buildings stock.

We present A Day in the Life.

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