CEFPI

AcronymDefinition
CEFPICouncil of Educational Facility Planners International (Scottsdale, AZ)
CEFPICentre de Formation pour l'Immobilier (French: Training Center for Real Estate; Paris, France)
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July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The CEFPI Foundation & Charitable Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of David D.
Department of Education, is the guest speaker at the 2006 School Building Week Breakfast, hosted by the CEFPI Foundation & Charitable Trust.
Planner of the Year is the most distinguished individual honor conferred by CEFPI.
Creating Connections: The CEFPI Guide for Educational Facility Planning provides information communities need as they plan, design and build effective educational facilities.
The CEFPI Foundation & Charitable Trust was established to create and build resources to promote high performing learning environments that strengthen communities.
The CEFPI Foundation & Charitable Trust is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization established to generate funds to foster research and scholarly study regarding the impact of school facilities on student achievement and the communities they serve.
In 2007, the Southern Region CEFPI Board of Directors presented See with a "Service Citation Award" for his leadership in forming the Arkansas Chapter CEFPI and for promoting membership growth in Arkansas.
Lastly, the CEFPI hosts an annual technology conference.
The technical weaknesses of guidelines like CEFPI have come under increasing criticism in recent years (see, for example, Janks 2012 for a complete discussion of CEFPI; see also the example that follows).
School Planning and Management: CEFPI - 2009 Impact on Learning - Economic Impact Award
SEPTEMBER 2008 CEFPI, Council of Educational Facility Planners International September 29-October 2 San Diego, Calif.
People involved in planning school facilities are increasingly concerned with avoiding sick building syndrome," says Thomas Kube, executive director of the facility planners organization, CEFPI, "especially as it's become more prevalent.