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About The Greater Triangle Chapter

Chapter Information

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

The Greater Triangle Chapter of IFMA’s has evolved over the years since the chapter’s revitalization in the late 1990’s. It has become a consistent and reliable news source designed to educate and communicate with our chapter members and local facilities professionals. The Greater Triangle Chapter strives to educate and engage Facilities Professionals around the triangle by providing relevant educational meetings and peer networking opportunities. improve communication standards as part of our overall Strategic Planning process.

Through the dedication and commitment of volunteers, we strive to help keep our members educated,  and informed in regards to the changing FM profession.  Please join us for one of our meetings or tours to see what we are all about.

Professional Standards

As a core value, The Greater Triangle Chapter Board believes in and is committed to diversity, inclusion and gender equity among its members, volunteers, committee, board leadership and community. We seek to establish and maintain an inclusive culture that fosters equitable participation, learning, and career opportunities for members and event participants from diverse backgrounds in a welcoming environment for all. Diversity and inclusion improve the community for all chapter members and participants and enhance excellence within the Greater Triangle Chapter of IFMA.

Click Here to view the full IFMA Greater Triangle Chapter Professional Standards and Code of Conduct Policy.

General Information

Mailing Address:
Greater Triangle Chapter IFMA
7474 Creedmoor Road PMB 259
Raleigh, NC 27613-1665

For information regarding the Greater Triangle Chapter of IFMA, contact:
secretary@ifmatriangle.org

We’d love to see you at our next meeting!

February 2024 President’s Message

Folks,

We have reached the point of the year when a furry little guy named Phil leaves his luxurious burrow in the Punxsutawney library to greet visitors and share his knowledge of future weather events. If only we could use rodents to predict other facets of our lives, like how much longer a building’s air handler will last or if that pesky tenant is going to renew their lease…wouldn’t that be great?

After a truly inspirational presentation in January from Joel Graybeal, I hope you are all as motivated as I am to jump into February. This month is set to be the best one of the year. Our two social events this month will be our Committee Appreciation event on 2/8 at Rush Hour Karting and our Virtual Wine Tasting on 2/12. Watch out, I have been practicing for both!

Then on Wednesday 2/14 we will hold our next chapter meeting at Prestonwood Country Club. Be sure to attend this one to hear an update from our friends at Boys and Girls Club. Looking ahead, I am excited for March Madness and our joint chapter Gala in March. Our planning team is working hard to bring some options for transportation so we can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride together to Greenville.

Let’s hope Phil doesn’t see his shadow…

Kellie Renzi

McDonald York Building Company

IFMA President 2023-2024

January 22nd, 2024|

Our Team

IFMA Greater Triangle Chapter Leadership Team
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