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April 1, 2008

Share your team's latest successes and accomplishments with the Buildings editorial staff

In the September 2008 issue of Buildings magazine, we'll present our annual Who's Who in the Buildings Market.
We'll feature top organizations with facilities management teams that are accomplishing incredible tasks in
amazing ways. E-mail your answers to ([email protected]). Or, you can open a PDF of the form below, print it, and send it to us to make sure your organization is considered. Tell us what you're doing and how you're doing it. We can't wait to hear from you!

  1. What are you and your team most proud of in terms of recent accomplishments?

  2. What do you think sets you and your team apart from your peers in the development and facilities management industries?

  3. What are some of your organization's initiatives for 2008 (specific to your facility responsibilities), and how are you addressing them? 

  4. Is there anything else you want to tell us?

Name of your organization:

Your name:

Your address:

Your phone number:

Your e-mail address:

Send this information to the Buildings editorial team via fax at (319) 364-8094 or by e-mail at ([email protected]). To mail this form (along with any other information you want to send us), send to the attention of the Buildings editorial department at the following address: Buildings magazine, 615 5th St SE, Cedar Rapids, IA, 52401.

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