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outsourcing

A method in which services usually provided by the health care agency are now allocated to another firm or agency.
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Don't-Walk-By initiative - Emrill Integrated Facilities Management
Facilities management has continued to be reliant on borrowed management concepts on one hand, and on the result of building research on the other (Nutt, 1998).
Leading regional companies - such as etisalat - have established their own facilities management companies or divisions.
As the boom in construction slows and the number of completed buildings increases, the facilities management industry is showing strong signs of growth and is eventually expected to surpass the construction industry itself.
Bin Zl said: "We are pleased to be selected as a strategic partner for Etisalat Facilities Management as this reflects the great appreciation and deep trust that Wojood Facilities Management has in the country.
As the boom in construction across the region begins to slow and the number of completed buildings increases, the facilities management industry is beginning to show the much anticipated signs that it will eventually surpass construction," said Louisa Theobald, Group Exhibitions Director of Streamline Marketing Group, organisers of FM Expo and the Property and FM Conference.
Global facilities management market to by valued at US$395 billion by 2017
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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Facilities Management in US$ Billion.
Advance Realty Group's Rick Zack, RPA, senior property manager, and Al Todd, RPA, director of property management services, have earned their Facilities Management Administrator designation from the Building Owners and Managers Institute International.
This research was conducted into the South African facilities management market in an attempt to accurately identify factors currently affecting this market.

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