Bachelor's degree in organizations and industrial psychology.
Experience performing life-cycle cost analysis and conducting energy audits.
Strong analytical and planning skills, negotiating, developing schedules, managing others, as well as, anticipating and adjusting to issues combined with the ability to coordinate the efforts to meet organizational goals.
Experienced in troubleshooting many different types of machinery with and without schematics and maintain automation systems.
Facilities Manager11/2012 to CurrentCBRE for AT&TSt. Louis, MO
Coordinate new installations with AT&T's Design and Construction Department.
Responsible for the direct supervision of three AT&T employees.
Responsible for the general maintenance, the HVAC/ mechanical systems, security, and housekeeping in two buildings; which make up over 1 million square feet.
Manage and maintain AT&T's Computerized Maintenance Management System and Building Automation Systems.
Developed a Building Performance budget to assist AT&T in reducing building cost.
Member of the Energy Champion team at AT&T.
Reduced the overall utilities by more than 3.5% per year for the last two years, through numerous energy initiatives.
Facilities Supervisor02/2007 to 11/2012Saint Louis UniversitySt. Louis, MO
Responsible for the maintenance of the HVAC/ mechanical systems in 68 buildings on Frost Campus, which make up over 4 million square feet of building space on 254 acres.
Responsible for the supervision of sixteen employees and the general maintenance of four buildings.
Managed and maintained Saint Louis University's building automation system.
Responsible for the Mechanical budget, which includes estimating project, yearend costs, and developing a cost for deferred maintenance.
Coordinated new installations with Saint Louis University's Design and Construction Department, in-house mechanics, and outside contractors.
Commissioned the Chaifetz Arena, ensured all the mechanical systems were installed and performed in accordance with the design specifications during the construction.
Reduced the overall cost of the utilities through cost saving measures with the HVAC/ mechanical systems i.e.
set back schedules, reducing operating temperatures, use of occupant sensors, operating times of equipment that more closely matched building utilization, and better preventive maintenance procedures.
Served as a member of the Environmental Resource Optimization, Key Indicators, and Sustainability Interest Group Committees.
Implemented Saint Louis University's new planned maintenance system which greatly improved efficiency and reduced Issues relating to failure of the HVAC/ mechanical systems.
Responsible for ensuring Saint Louis University is compliant with the EPA regulations on refrigeration monitoring guidelines.
Instrumental in negotiating service agreements for the mechanical and electrical equipment and helped Saint Louis University reduce overall operating cost while maintaining a high standard of service.
Accomplished more than $250,000 worth of equipment upgrades with little or no cost to Saint Louis University through Ameren and Laclede Gas rebate programs.
Electrical technician11/2000 to 02/2007Saint Louis University HospitalSt. Louis, MO
Served as the Lead Maintenance Technician supervising 23 employees.
Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
Responsible for all the electrical system throughout the hospital including the coordinated of new installations.
Maintained and installed fire alarm system.
Trained in the National Electrical Code for 1999, 2002, and 2005.
Certified for HVAC by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Certified Health Care Facilities Technician.
Electronic Technician09/1994 to 11/2000State Electric, United Electric, Missouri Electric, M&M Forklift Motor Repair MO and IL
Developed and implemented planned maintenance on electronic equipment i.e.
variable frequency drives and programmable logic controllers.
Authorized electronic service center technician on variable speed drives for ABB, Baldor Motors, and Cutler Hammer.
Responsible for programming PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and servo positioning controllers.
Responsible for building engineered panels and cabinets.
Responsible for repairs on industrial electrical/electronic equipment.
Performed and organized installations and startups on electrical equipment to ensure it was incompliance with National Fire Protection Agency and OSHA standards.