December 2, 2010 by WorldPost
The inaugural regional conference is the first in a series of open houses planned in order to reach out to members and governments across the Middle East.
“The Middle East Services Management Association is a first for the region, and an essential tool for anyone involved in the development of a sustainable built environment for socio-economic thrust,” said President MEFMI, Jamal Abdulla Lootah.
“Engaging with professionals and governments everywhere not only GCC, but the Middle East as a whole, is essential. The cooperation and understanding of the regionality of the transparent dialogue and education is the cornerstone the delivery of our sustainable development goals, “said Lootah.
Education, training and knowledge sharing are the backbone of the policy MEFMI. “We work with universities to develop regional and international MEFMI accredited courses at the highest level. The long term goal is to make these courses accessible to the rest of the Middle East. ”
“I see MEFMI as having an important role in education and training of those responsible for optimizing the efficiency of the building. He is the only way forward if we want to reduce emissions from construction and nature operates more efficiently with the power and water to our cities, “said Ibrahim Fakhroo, vice president and director MEFMI, Real Estate Group, Barwa Real Estate Company.
The open day will bring together representatives of the Government of Qatar, VIP, FM practitioners and other stakeholders with a delegation of the UAE, including Sultan bin Butti Mujrin, CEO, Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) and Marwan bin Ghulaita, CEO, RERA.
The agenda includes a presentation by Ben Ghulaita on governments in the Middle East should support why the FM industry, while members of the board will MEFMI roadmap in the Middle East Association and is now looking for future.
Initiated by RERA as a nonprofit association, MEFMI provides a standardized framework for FM professionals, wider stakeholders of the construction industry and building owners or occupiers to work with, and from , across the Middle East. Peninsula
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