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Please note November's meeting will NOT be at our regular meeting date of the last Tuesday of the month due to the Thanksgiving holiday. November's meeting WILL be on the second Tuesday, Nov 11th. in the Metropolitan Square building pictured bellow.

Christmas Party

December 9 at 5: 00 PM

Place: Noonday club at the top of the Metropolitan Square building.

All AFE members are free.

This Month:

Feed Forward Publications

 Feed Forward Maintenance - Engineering Books, CDs and Publication has reduced their prices under new ownership.

Now you can receive maintenance and reliability training at a great price! Check out the new website at www.feedforward.com.au 

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certified Our Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM) Program will be given during the TFM Show. The CPMM review program has been developed to guide you in preparing for the CPMM exam. Our exclusive courses guide you through the most relevant materials to ensure maximum retention of the maintenance material.

For more information click here

For additional certification information please contact Jennifer Coleman, Certification Manager at jcoleman@afe.org.

Association for Facilities Engineering National Website
   AFE National:

  • Gearing up for our 50th next year.
  • Partnering up with IFMA in Dallas to co-show World Workplace & Facilities America.
  • We are completing a ABET accreditation for our CPE program.  


AFE St. Louis Newsletter !


Terry Bremer has handed over AFE St. Louis Chapter Vice Presidency to Mike Jaby. Terry has served our chapter well over the years and we thank him all the time he has devoted to our chapter. Terry is going back to school which will conflict with our regular Tuesday meetings.

We also want to give a warm welcome and congratulations to Mike Jaby as the new Chapter Vice President. Mike was formerly serving as our Chapter Secretary and will make an excellent VP.


Next Meeting November 11th.


We would like to invite ALL Engineers, as well as Maintenance Managers, and Building Energy Directors to our next A.F.E. monthly meeting.


August presentation



November 11, 2003 beginning at 5:00 P.M.

Planning Meeting 

Meeting Location: 

Metropolitan Square Building. (7th floor court room 2) The early meeting this month is due to the Thanksgiving holidays.


Attn AFE Members: 

Your attendance is needed at the November meeting. The purpose of the November meeting will be to discuss and determine the direction of the St. Louis Chapter for next year.


With the new year, we also need new officers. Many members of the current executive committee have been in office for over two years, some three years. Please consider participating in the St. Louis Chapter by volunteering to be an officer.


Click here for details and to RSVP

career search  New resources available - "The Best company to work for list" Not just a list of the top of the top 100 company to work for, but actual links to each company's employment application area of each best company to work for with a current real employment opportunity. Even better, the list is in order of companies planning to do the most hiring for 2003! ohio employment


Also, AFE Chapter president - Frank Kastl, is looking for a maintenance engineer for St. Louis place. Starting pay at 12 to 14: dollars an hour. Building experience a must. Full time with benefits. 314-436-1212

Our September Meeting:

 No pictures Available


The meeting was a joint meeting/tour with ASME

Thank you ASME for hosting our meeting and the Tour is of the SIUE ethanol plant. For those who could not get a limited seat, we apologize. We had no idea the turnout would be so great that seating would not be available for some. We also apologize for the late notice, we passed along the details as soon as ASME would release them to us.

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We exist because of the continued support of our Sponsors. Chapter 26 thanks ALL of them for their continued support! 

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