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Initial Tropical Plants gets BOMI stamp of approval.

Initial Tropical Plants, one of the largest provider of interior landscaping, design installation and maintenance services in the world, announced that the Building Owners and Managers Institute has authorized the company to provide continuing professional development training for graduates of BOMI's designation programs. BOMI is a national non-profit education institute that serves as training resource for corporations, government agencies, property management firms, unions and trade associations. BOMI works across industry sectors to improve the skills of professionals at many levels with property, facility and building systems responsibilities. Initial Tropical Plants merits the distinction as the only interior landscaping company to be approved by BOMI as an official CPD provider.

To maintain active status of their professional designations, including the real property administrator, facilities management administrator and system maintenance administrator, BOMI graduates must earn 18 CPD credits every three years through various industry training and activities. "This appointment by BOMI solidifies Initial Tropical Plants' position as the world leader at improving the quality of life in the workplace by bringing people and plants together," said Jeff Mariola, president of Initial Tropical Plants.
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Title Annotation:PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 14, 2005
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