National School Plant Management Association

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Welcome Keith Watkins! President

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The National School Plant Management  Association (NSPMA) was established through the Southern School Plant Management Association (SSPMA).  In the early 1990’s, interest and attendance grew from many  parts of the country for the annual Southern States Conference.  The SSPMA leaders determined the need to form a national alliance for school plant managers.  As a result, the NSPMA was formed in 1995 as a 501(3) C non-profit corporation with bylaws.  Through the last 23 years, the NSPMA has provided leadership, resources, and collaboration opportunities for school plant and facility managers in all 50 states.  The NSPMA Executive Board is committed to providing training and professional development in accordance with industry best practices for its stakeholders across the country. Furthermore, the NSPMA is a professional organization whose purpose is to be a source of information on emerging facility management issues and legislation, provide professional development, organizational benchmarking, and serve as a network for K-12 facility leaders across the country.  The bulleted list below highlights some of the initiates and activities that represent the purpose of the NSMPA.

    • National, Regional, State meetings & collaboration
    • Networking with other professional organizations for professional development opportunities
    • Annual educational conference and training
    • Partnership with national associations and recognizing school divisions for maintenance excellence through our highly recognized Facility Masters Award
    • Thousands of dollars in scholarships given yearly to support the education of youth pursuing careers in operations
    • The establishment of an interactive website www.nspma.org that contains links to sources of school facility information to include our Constitution and Bylaws, Executive Board , and applications for awards
    • Association Newsletter highlighting current events and topics and notices of individual state contacts and conferences
    • The establishment of an Operational Management 5 Year Strategic Plan for 2017-2022
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Awards & Scholarships

Congratulations to Anthony Amiano – NSPMA’s 2021 School Plant Manager of the Year!
 
At this year’s annual conference in Myrtle Beach, SC on February 16, 2021, one of the highlights of the 26th NSPMA & 51st South Carolina SPMA Conference was the announcement of the National School Plant Manager of the Year award recipient. NSPMA is honored to announce that the winner of the 2021 National School Plant Manager of the Year award is Anthony V. Amiano, CEFM, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds for the Berkeley Heights Public Schools, New Jersey.  Mr. Amiano is in his 22nd year of his current position with a total of over 41 years in school facilities operations and management.  Anthony has a great rapport with his staff of 35 serving six schools. He understands every role in his department since he served in that role at some point in his career. He displays exceptional managerial skills, endorses best practices, is consistently proactive in maintaining 60 year old district buildings, and keeps abreast of current industry trends. 
 

Scholarship Winners

Deniz Erdag
John Leahy
Madison Grayn

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Facilities Department Tips During COVID-19

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