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Lee County Wins Fleet Masters Award

March 25, 2010

FORT MYERS, FL - Lee County Fleet Management, led by fleet manager Marilyn Rawlings, CEM, earned the 2010 Fleet Masters Award, presented March 15 at the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP)'s Annual Management Conference in Dallas, according to Construction Equipment Magazine.

Thirty-two full-time employees are responsible for management of the county's 734 off-road units and 1,305 licensed units. Three of the five members of Lee County's leadership team hold Certified Equipment Manager (CEM) certification from AEMP.

Lee County has set specific key objectives in order to establish efficient and effective delivery of fleet services: Education, best practices, benchmarks and measures, and team building. Each employee receives 40 hours of training each year, and each member of the leadership team submits a personal and professional growth plan each year.

The award is presented by AEMP and Construction Equipment to honor equipment management professionals who excel in meeting the unique challenges inherent in delivering cost-effective management of mixed fleets of on and off-road equipment. Winners are recognized for their practices in the areas of human relations, vendor relations, asset management, maintenance management, and technology.

 

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