Open to facility practitioners and educators whose primary responsibilities are to provide, oversee or teach one (or more) facility management core competencies: Communication, Facility Information Management and Technology Management, Finance and Business, Leadership and Strategy, Occupancy and Human Factors, Operations and Maintenance, Performance and Quality, Project Management, Real Estate, Risk Management and Sustainability.
Open to members in good standing upon their permanent retirement from full-time facility management practice, business development, sales and/or marketing. Should a retired member return to full-time employment as either a practitioner, in business development, or a sales and/or marketing position, he or she will be reclassified to the appropriate membership category. To join as a Retired member, please contact us at [email protected]
Open to candidates who are engaged in full-time study at an accredited college or university. At such time as the member is no longer engaged in full-time study, he or she will be reclassified to the appropriate membership category. Verification of full-time student status and expected graduation date is required. To join as a Student member, please contact us at [email protected]
First-year IFMA members are required to join a component: a local chapter, council or community. After the first year of membership, components are optional. Members may join more than one component. Options will be presented in the registration process.
Narrow the FM world to your local interests and professional community.
Dues of Hong Kong Chapter: US 100/Year View chapter dues
Focus on common concerns and special needs specific to your unique workplace and industry.
Share work experiences and exchange best practices with colleagues who focus on the FM core competencies that interest you.
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