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Why Participate

Assess… Measure. .. Then, Lead Your Strategy for Success.

FPI empowers the educational facilities professional with the vital data, statistical references, and reporting tools needed to measure operations and performance, identify capital asset realities, and lead a successful facilities strategy that supports the institution’s Mission and Vision.

Answer your campus administrators’ questions with hard data and visual graphics that neatly summarize your project support requirements. You’ll gain from FPI’s state-of-the-art data resource center—complete with visual dashboards, graphics, and analysis reports that you can customize to your institution’s needs. These easily understood reports and summaries are available to you online year-round, and may be shared with your institution’s business officers, decision makers, and other campus stakeholders. APPA’s FPI data reports and summaries have been designed with guidance and oversight provided by leading facility professionals from APPA’s own member institutions. FPI’s data collection techniques and online reporting tools are built BY, and FOR, educational facilities professionals—a unique advantage and benefit you will find only through APPA’s FPI.

What will the FPI Survey and Report do for you and your institution?

  • Make the Business Case for Your Facilities Needs
  • Successfully Address Capital Asset Realities
  • Create a Balanced Performance Score Card Based on Critical Data Findings
  • Compare and Contrast Your Facilities Operations with Other Institutions
  • Align Facilities Planning with Your Institution’s Mission and Vision

APPA FPI Provides Answers to the Following Questions, and More:

How well is your facilities portfolio in alignment with your institution’s strategic direction and academic focus?

What is your facilities inventory, square footage, and building ownership costs?How efficiently do your facilities operate?

How does your campus facility performance contrast with its peer institutions?Is my campus adequately funding the facilities management annual budget?

Are the operating funds that my facilities department receives spent in a manner that supports desired outcomes?

Is my institution making the right investment in its existing buildings, infrastructure and academic programs?Are our campus customers satisfied with the space and services?

Is the institution’s facilities department developing a staff that can sustain excellence?