FME is a privately held firm headquartered in Evansville, Indiana, serving clients Nationwide. FME provides a “one-stop facility shop” for managing all aspects of your building operations. With FME, you get customized services and products to give you flexibility for addressing efficiency in ways that work for you.
FME believes that passion drives excellence. Passion is a key component of all FME work.
Talent is FME’s sustainable competitive edge. FME hires the best and hte brightest in the Facility Services Industry.
FME treats all relationships as true partnerships. Partnership involves mutual cooperation and responsibility.
FME prides itself on being able to bring unique knowledge and vision to all its customers
Alignment of your business strategy, operating model, and culture is important to your company and operations expert, Wayne Washington. Hidden costs, unnecessary complexity, and a disengaged culture are ‘value drains’ Wayne helps you expose and eliminate. Read More…
A ‘wow’ customer experience is what Laura Acuff assures FME delivers as operations director. Seeing your operations through your eyes helps Laura meet your needs and find issues before they become problems. Read More …
Your office administration is a vital part of your operating model. Like you, Margaret Butts, FME’s office manager, understands how an efficient and effective business office sets the tone for the smooth delivery of services. Margaret coordinates the details so your FME experience is enjoyable and your needs are met. Read More …
What Disiples of Embed Operations Excellence into your Company's DNA are saying...
“Wayne didn’t just talk the talk, he walked the walk for many yearsand it was apparent. He added enthusiam and real life examples to help us grasp what he was explaining.”
What were your key takeways?
“Measurement tools, I use every day.”
“Hands on activities practices what we learned.”
“I actually see my role from a different perspective.”
What aspect of the program was most helpful?
“Everything! The resources were amazing.”
“Discussing the issues and opportunities we were seeing and talking through them.”
“Can’t manage what you don’t measure!”