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August 24, 2004






John Fuhrmann, Events and Services Manager with the City Department of Enterprise Services, was one of 12 individuals who earned the Certified Facilities Executive (CFE) designation from the International Association of Assembly Managers (IAAM) in 2004 at the IAAM 79th Annual Conference.  He is the first locally based manager to obtain this certification.


Prior to certification, applicants are rated on their experience and accomplishments in public assembly facility management and must successfully complete a comprehensive written examination, which tests general knowledge of the public assembly facility management profession.


The 2004 class brings the total number of public assembly facility managers who have earned the CFE designation to over 190 persons. Among facility management professionals, “CFE” is an indication of demonstrated skill in leadership, activity in community affairs and expertise in management of public assembly facilities.


The International Association of Assembly Managers, based in Coppell, Texas, is an individual membership association made up of more the 3,600 facility managers and suppliers. Its members manage convention centers, arenas, stadiums, performing arts centers and amphitheaters across the world and also represent suppliers of products and services to public assembly facilities.




Tuesday, August 24, 2004

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