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IN PICTURES: IFMA Awards for Excellence

The New York City Chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA NYC) hosted its 2017 annual Awards for Excellence Dinner on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at The Pierre Ballroom in New York City.

Over 400 guests attended the sold-out dinner to celebrate IFMA members and their companies for their outstanding accomplishments over the past year with the annual presentation of the Awards for Excellence. IFMA NYC announced the 2017 winners, including:

  • Distinguished Chapter Volunteer – Member Corporation: Humanscale
  • Distinguished Chapter Volunteer – Service Provider Member: Stephen Trott
  • Distinguished Environmental End User Company of the Year: BlackRock
  • Distinguished Environmental Service Provider Company of the Year: Emerald Brand
  • LEED Certified Award: Brookfield Courtyard at Brookfield Place
  • Facilities Management Emerging Leader of the Year: Colleen McMahon
  • Facilities Management Achievement – Operations: Marilyn Francisco
  • Facilities Management Achievement – Project Planning: Rosalie Mignano-Aste, CFM
  • Distinguished Chapter Volunteer – End User Member: Peter Lorenz
  • Anthony J. Cornacchia Distinguished Service Award: Gail Frank
  • Innovation Award: WPP Group USA, Inc.
  • Design & Construction of a New Facility (under 100,000 sq. ft.): Cadillac, Team – Gensler; Turner Interiors; Robert Derector Associates 
  • Design & Construction of a New Facility (100,000 – 250,000 sq. ft.): Etsy, Team – Gensler; JRM Construction Management LLC; AMA Consulting Engineers PC 
  • Design & Construction of a New Facility (over 250,000 sq. ft.): Sony, Team – STUDIOS Architecture; JRM Construction Management LLC; AMA Consulting Engineers PC
  • Honorable Mention: Brookfield Courtyard at Brookfield Place, Team – Pelli Clarke Pelli; Spector Group; Turner Interiors; WSP Flack & Kurtz
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