Camfil Ltd receive diplomat award at the 2014 IAMFA Annual Conference
Camfil, the world leader in providing air filtration solutions for maintaining healthy and comfortable indoor environments, has been presented with the diplomat award by the International Association of Museum Facility Administrators (IAMFA)
On 17th September 2014, Camfil Ltd was presented with the diplomat award at the 2014 IAMFA Annual Conference. The award was presented by Nancy Bechtol, IAMFA President from Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC and Jack Plumb IAMFA 2014 Conference Chair from National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. The award was presented to Dr Chris Ecob, Global Business Manager for Molecular Filtration, Camfil AB.
The International Association of Museum Facility Administrators (IAMFA) is a non-profit organisation devoted to meeting the professional needs of museum facility and security administrators, especially their efforts to set and attain standards of excellence and quality in the sustainable design, construction, operation and maintenance of world-class cultural facilities.
At the 2014 Annual Conference, the IAMFA presented Camfil Ltd with the diplomat award as recognition for their professionalism as a vendor and commitment to the long-term relationships with their customers.
Signed by IAMFA Board Members from institutions in Washington DC, LA, Melbourne, Edinburgh, London and Chicago, the award was presented to Camfil Ltd whose support has ‘significantly advanced IAMFA’s mission making exceptional contributions to the state of design, construction, operation and maintenance of cultural facilities around the globe’.