Welcome to The Pikes Peak Chapter of IFMA

The Pikes Peak Chapter was chartered in 1990 to serve Facility Management professionals in Colorado's Pikes Peak Region and throughout Southern Colorado. The Pikes Peak Chapter has been awarded the prestegious Small Chapter of the Year award twice in our history (1999, 2005). The Pikes Peak Chapter strives to achieve excellence, both for our membership and as an organization.

 
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Membership

We believe that working together toward a common goal is essential to the success of the association.

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Events

Find out and make reservations for our upcoming events.

Now - November 10th 2018: IFMA Toy Drive
Please donate new of "gently used" toys or stuffed animals for children recently victimized by the Hurricane in Houston.
 
January 5th 2018: Holiday Party with White Elephant Gift Exchange
Mark your calendars for this always hilarious and unforgetable event.

 

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Professional Development

We support the development of our people, association and profession through positive relationships, dynamic synergies and innovative growth opportunities.

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News

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Next Luncheon

November 15, 2017
Speaker: Philip Williams

Meeting the Challenge: ADA compliance, specifically title III legal allegations of noncompliance and “drive-by lawsuits.”

Philip Williams is a Senior Project Consultant for Meeting the Challenge, Inc., responsible for:
•Providing guidance and interpretation of rights and responsibilities related to all disability rights laws for ADA Coordinators, government agencies, architects, engineers, attorneys, and business owners.
•Field data collection, data analysis, and report generation for physical accessibility surveys under a variety of disability laws.
•Performing disability rights law training and presentations.
•Project planning, scheduling, coordinating, and communication.

Philip has served as Project Consultant for the following MTC projects:
•Arapahoe County, CO, Facility Transition Plan
•Adams County, CO, Facility Transition Plan
•South Suburban Parks and Recreation Department, Denver Colorado
•Metro Transit Authority, New York City, NY Transit Accessibility Review
•South Dakota Department of Human Services, Self-evaluation and Transition Plan
•City of Brighton, CO, Self-evaluation and Transition Plan

Luncheon Location

Biaggi's 1805 Briargate Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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Luncheon Sponsor

SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs, SERVPRO of Northern Colorado Springs/Tri-lakes

SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs, SERVPRO of Northern Colorado Springs/Tri-lakes are leaders in the industry for Residential and Commercial Disaster Restoration and Cleaning. We specialize in the Stabilization, Mitigation, Clean up, and Restoration of Disasters caused by Fire, Smoke, Water, Sewage, Mold, Crime Scene and Biohazard. We also do pack-outs with contents and claim inventory, document drying, and vandalism clean up. We are also a National Catastrophic Storm Response Team and a Large Loss Response Team. Our non-restoration cleaning services include carpet, air ducts, HVAC cleaning, and deodorization.

SERVPRO can respond to your disaster 24 hours, 7 days a week 365 days a year. We also offer no-cost inspections for suspected water or mold damage, find out beforehand if your loss is greater than your insurance deductible!

Tony Veneris, Commercial Marketing Representative
(719) 574-2789 office

 

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