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Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
Papyrus Winter 2002
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  1. 1. I N T E R N AT I O N A L A S S O C I AT I O N O F M U S E U M FA C I L I T Y A D M I N I S T R AT O R S SPECIAL PAPYRUS ISSUEVOLUME 3 WINTERNUMBER 1 2002London Calling — The 12th Annual IAMFA ConferenceThere can be no more vibrant and colourful place than and the management of change. The programme will includeLondon in September. With the school holidays at an end, presentations by speakers from both the museum andLondon becomes, once again, a haven for the serious traveller commercial sectors, behind-the-scenes visits to key facilities,and sightseer. IAMFA members will be able to sample this and discussion sessions. Sponsors connected with each day’satmosphere when London plays host to the 12th Annual theme will also be exhibiting their products and services.IAMFA Conference from September 22 to 25, 2002. The While official proceedings are taking place, those whoconference organizing committee is looking forward to have registered for the guest programme will enjoy a dif-welcoming delegates and guests from around the world, ferent view of heritage. The guest programme will offerand planning for this event is well underway. two days of planned activity, with one day left over for The conference sessions will be hosted by three of some serious retail therapy. Monday’s programme will beLondon’s most prestigious cultural venues — the National based around the River Thames, with a trip to the London’sGallery, the British Library, and the British Museum. These own ferris wheel (“The Eye”), a boat trip to Greenwich,organizations have a number of things in common: they and an opportunity to visit the Cutty Sark (the world’s lastare responsible for some of the world’s richest and most surviving tea-clipper) and the Royal Observatory, with adiverse collections; they welcome many millions of visitors chance to stand astride the Greenwich Meridian. Tuesday’seach year; they each have buildings which have attracted trip has a regal theme, with a trip to Windsor Castle andinternational media attention, and each has a requirement Eton. The newly-opened Windsor Farm shop, featuringfor world-class facilities services. goods from the Royal Estates, is bound to be a popular Each day of the conference will have a broad theme. The shopping destination.first day, at the National Gallery, will concentrate on environ- We have reserved rooms in two high-grade traditionalmental control and innovation. The second day, hosted by hotels. These are both conveniently located in a quiet side-the British Library, will focus on risk management, contin- street off Trafalgar Square, adjacent to the National Gallery. Thegency planning and business continuity. The final day, at rooms all offer twin/double facilities and are air-conditioned.the British Museum, will consider major development projects We have negotiated a special rate of £150 per night for continued on page 2 INSIDE President’s Message . . . . . 3 Benchmarks Review .... 5 Indoor Air Quality . . . . . . 7 Regional Chapters . . . . . . 8 Improving Energy Management . . . . . . . . . . 10 New Members . . . . . . . . . 11 Façade Cleaning . . . . . . . 12 Why Join the IAMFA? . . . 18The British Museum

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