Thank you to everyone who registered early.
See you Friday, October 2nd!

We have sold out of outing sponsors and have reached our quota of players. 

As an organization we are proud and gratified at the outpouring of support we have received for this event.  The years of hard work in building a platform for facility managers and engineers to explore options with their invaluable supplier partners has once again paid off, even now under the most extenuating and difficult of circumstances.  Thank you for your belief in us, and ultimately in yourselves!

10th Annual FMANM Golf Outing

Friday October 2nd Golf at Isleta is ON!

Platinum Outing Sponsor


Gold Outing Sponsor



Premium Hole Sponsors

Hole Sponsor

1/2 Hole Sponsors

We are notorious for our door prizes! What about our famous pile of valuable goodies?  Players will receive a lottery number and the swag will be distributed post-event.

Instructions for Sponsors for 2020 FMANM Golf Outing

Our 10th Annual Golf Outing is scheduled this year for Friday, October 2, at the Isleta Eagle Championship Golf Course.  With only 80 golfers allowed, this event is predicted to fill up quickly.

Join other preferred suppliers by purchasing a sponsorship for the event!  The earlier you commit, the more exposure your company gets.  Signing up is easy on the website and you can pay with your credit card.  Worried about committing due to possible unforeseen cancellation?  Never fear, our refund policy makes reimbursement easy.

In these challenging times we will be leveraging the latest trends in electronic and mass media marketing to get your name in front of the facility manager participants.  Each cart is equipped with a video screen and we will stream your company logo and sponsorship level continually through out the Outing.

Door prizes make our event special. Additionally, we again graciously accept donations of door prizes to be distributed by lottery drawing post-event. Pick up of your gift is available.   Accolades for your donation will again appear in all marketing materials and our newsletter with a distribution to over 500 facility personnel.

Honoring the Pueblo of Isleta's mandates for social distancing and no mass gatherings, suppliers will not be allowed to congregate on the golf course before, during, or after the event.  Plan NOW to put together a team to thank YOUR BEST CUSTOMERS so that you can be part of the festivities!

Instructions for Golfers for FMANM 2020 Outing

Instructions for Golfers for FMANM 2020 Tournament

Tee times begin at 8 am and end at 1 pm.  Tee times will be scheduled in advance. Golf teams will be deployed every 15 minutes.  KNOW YOUR ASSIGNED TEE TIME.

Golfers must arrive and check in ONLY 30 minutes before their tee time, grab a snack if desired, and hit some balls. NO EARLY ARRIVALS.  Early arrivals will be asked to leave the property.  No "pre-game" congregating allowed.

FMANM Staff will be available to check in golfers at the shade structure in front of the club house beginning at 7:30 am.

Carts will be picked up in the public staging area.  One person per cart.

At the end of play, again no public gathering.  Golfers must leave the course.  There will be no ongoing scoring for players to view. FMANM will announce the winning team via email and newsletter.

Upon registering at the course, you will be registered for a door prize.  Drawings will be held post-tournament and you will be advised where and when you can pick up your door prize.

Attendees must observe social distancing and wear masks upon arrival to the Pueblo.


FMANM Refund Policy

If unforeseen circumstances necessitate the cancellation of an FMANM event, we will refund your payment.  We will refund directly to the credit card used to make the payment if the payment is less than $1,000.00.  If the credit card payment was more than $1,000.00, we will refund the amount by check within 7-10 business days of the refund request.    

If a refund is not required, it would be consider as a donation to the FMANM Association.
All refund requests must be received in writing or via email within 10 business days of the cancellation of the event.


Cleaning Reinvented:
New Technology Explored in September

The spread of the corona virus has forced anyone whose job includes the janitorial maintenance of a building to look for different answers to aid containment. Traditional dry dusting kicks up resting particles, redistributing them into the air and onto other surfaces. Wet dusting can involve harmful cleaning chemicals and make it hard to reach certain spots or objects. 

Technology has provided a new and safer technique called electromagnetic disinfecting systems.  But how does electrostatic spray surface cleaning work? And how do you make an informed decision on which product and service provider in the commercial cleaning market will best suit the needs of your particular facility?

Join the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico at 8:30 am on Wednesday morning, September 16th, 2020 as industry expert Ken Widman with The Clorox Company will present information on the basics of electrostatic deposition for use in disinfection. How can this scientific process be used to clean even those hard-to-reach, difficult-to-access areas of a facility?  Can the superior coverage afforded by this method help keep facilities healthier, while also saving time? 

If you are considering incorporating an electromagnetic disinfecting system into your cleaning regimen, you don't want to miss this presentation.  This meeting is open to all members of FMANM and any associate who would benefit from this knowledge.

 Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android:
Password: FMA123
Or join by phone:
+1 646 876 9923 or +1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)
855 880 1246 (US Toll Free)
877 369 0926 (US Toll Free)
Meeting ID: 964 4501 8162


Every Breath You Take:
How's the Air in Here?

August 19th at 8:30 am

Sam Perry with TLC Plumbing and Mike Farnsworth with Dynamic Air are a very busy team these days.  Facility managers and in fact anyone who works in or walks into any commercial building today has reasons to be concerned about Indoor Air Quality issues.  A best seller right now is an ultra violet treatment option which captures and inactivates mold, bacteria, and pathogens, all while maintaining or exceeding IAQ requirements.

Heating and air conditioning systems make up approximately 50% of total building energy consumption and it can be the primary expense in a building's operational costs. As much as half of that HVAC energy consumption is directly related to filtration.  In addition to assuring that the majority of the air handler units are operating optimally (a process which includes changing filters), new technology is now available to provide sustainable air cleaning filtration solutions for both new construction and existing buildings, helping to save energy and reduce operating costs.

Learn how to provide maximum and safe indoor air quality for people, productivity, and processes.  Join the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico for a video teleconference on Wednesday morning, August 19th 2020 at 8:30 am for this timely information provided by a local leader in the industry, TLC Plumbing, HVAC, and Electrical and their partner Dynamic Air.  This special FMANM meeting is open to anyone interested in the topic; please invite your business associates.

Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android:
    Password: FMA123 August 19th at 8:30 am

  Or join by phone:

    +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)
    855 880 1246 (US Toll Free)
    877 369 0926 (US Toll Free)
    Meeting ID: 971 7947 1480



Sept 20 Executive Director column


The 2020 Facility Manager Association of New Mexico Golf Outing on October 2 at the Isleta Eagle Championship Golf Course has reached the official maximum for players!  But that doesn't mean time has run out to sponsor the event by purchasing a hole or pledging a door prize donation.  If you are a savvy supplier who wants to get your name in front of these facility decision makers, hole sponsorships are still available.  Go to with your credit card in hand and get noticed!

Special thanks to National Roofing who has graciously underwritten this scholarship fundraiser as the Grand Sponsor.  These people embody their "Thinking On Top" logo as they elevate and support the  critical need for trained tradesmen and women in the facility services industry.  Please utilize the businesses who support FMANM!

Are you a facility manager who wants to play/don't want to pay?  Contact me as I specialize in filling in the holes on teams where folks find themselves needing another person to complete their foursome.

TAKE THAT, 2020!  IT'S ON! 




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Upcoming Events Calendar

September 16, 2020- Industry expert Ken Widman with The Clorox Company will present information on the basics of electrostatic deposition for use in disinfection.

October 2, 2020 - Friday, 10th Annual Golf Outing and Scholarship Fund raiser at Isleta Eagle Championship Golf Course

November 18, 2020—Topic, time and location TBD

December 16, 2020—Holiday Mixer, TBD


There are several positions open in facility management at the Cottonwood Mall.

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Iphigenia presented a national webinar Recommissioning Dormant Water Systems (RDWS) sponsored by APPA

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Patrick Dyer
General Services Director
Presbyterian Medical Services


Vice President

John Dufay
Executive Director, Maintenance & Operations,
Albuquerque Public Schools



Lori Gunnare
National Roofing Company


Dave Jensen



Leslie D. Yardman
AVP, Facilities Manager II
Bank of Albuquerque
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Deborah Chavez
Mooring Construction and Restoration

Jessica Leyva
Account Manager
Honeywell Building Solutions
New Mexico and West Texas

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Carolee Griffin


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