Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2004: Johnson Controls’ Facility Management

Sept. 1, 2004
The 2004 'A' List
#17Johnson Controls’ Facility ManagementFacility Management
Milwaukee, WI
(414) 524-4000
www.johnsoncontrols.comWith management oversight of close to 1.5 billion square feet in facilities worldwide, Johnson Controls’ Facility Management offers the expertise to advise on new ways to make facility assets more productive. The organization delivers measurably improved business outcomes for customers, citing a lower and predictable cost. Four solution levels provide varying levels of value to customers: Facility Management, Operation and Maintenance Solutions, Scheduled Solutions, and Responsive Solutions. Within Facility Management, services include strategic account management, project management, benchmarking, and federal services.[Editors’ Note: In addition to its philosophy of putting together a facility strategy based on the entire life-cycle, Johnson Controls is accountable to its customers for performance objectives. The organization’s International Performance Measurement System is the most comprehensive facility benchmarking database in the industry, with information on more than 400 million square feet of facilities from around the world. Knowledge does equal big improvements.]

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