What is Facility Management?


Facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines. Famase is professional member of IFMA Spain.

Publicado por FAMASE el 05/03/2014 (ENG)

After more than a year of research, development and testing, a new IFMA logo was unanimously approved by the board of directors at the 2013 World Workplace Conference and Expo in Philadelphia, Pa., USA. The board’s swift ratification was accompanied by a “soft unveil” at the IFMA Central Booth on the expo floor, the annual House of Delegates meeting and the Awards of Excellence festivities, and so far the response has been overwhelmingly positive.

In the coming months, IFMA’s marketing team will be formalizing the final brand architecture and a rollout plan that will be communicated to all interested parties, including chapters, councils, communities and members at large.

Such a significant accomplishment would not have been possible without input and feedback from multiple sources. This landmark project for IFMA is the start of a new era for our association as we have a new logo — and by extension brand and visual identity — for the first time in more than 30 years.

 Why is this a good logo for IFMA?

Out with the old, in with the new. Creating a great logo is no easy task, and asking an association to change its image after 30 years is no walk in the park. However, as decades pass, it eventually becomes necessary to change in order to stay current in a rapidly changing and increasingly saturated visual marketplace. In order to best represent the ever-evolving interests of our membership, we know that it is our job to embrace and lead change. Our extensive research on the subject showed us that a majority supported creating a new look for IFMA, but the question became, “Is this new look the right change for IFMA? more info by IFMA

What is Facility Management?

Facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, process and technology.


sample2In 2009, a global job task analysis (GJTA) defined 11 core competencies. The GJTA included responses from facility managers in 62 countries. It is the most comprehensive to date and the first truly global survey and analysis. The core competencies are:


Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity

Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability

Finance and Business

Human Factors

Leadership and Strategy

Operations and Maintenance

Project Management


Real Estate and Property Management


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