Dedicated, Versatile and Innovative Facility Management Professional skilled at seeing the “big picture” while still also focusing on the details. Expertise in Facility ManagementOperations, Long Range Planning/Forecasting and Development/Streamlining of Processes and Systems.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills
Complex problem solving
Strong mechanical and electrical skills
Superb time management skills
George Mason University - Facilities ManagementFacility Condition Assessment - Senior Inspector | Fairfax, VA | November 2013 - Current
Assist in the development of the multi-year Maintenance Reserve/Deferred Maintenance project plan ($2.7 Million to $4.5 Million annually)
Assisted in the Development and Implementation of a Facility Condition Assessment Program (FCAP) at George Mason University.Facility Condition Assessment Program (FCAP) is a systematic and routine inspection program to support timely and informed decisions with major maintenance planning.
Oversee and manage the Facility Condition Assessment Program (FCAP)inspection of University buildings and infrastructure.The inspection consists of a physical
walk-through of the major subsystems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing, roofing,
etc.) to document discrepancies and identify required maintenance items
Updates and Manages FCAP database for all buildings and infrastructure at George Mason University
George Mason University - Office of Housing and Residence LifeNeighborhood Facilities Manager | Fairfax, VA | February 2011 - November 2013
coordination, planning and management of the facilities maintenance and housekeeping
operations/functions of the Rappahannock Residence Hall Neighborhood and Aquia Residence Hall Neighborhood (Both
Neighborhoods encompass a total of 31 individual buildings that cover
1.14 million Gross Square Feet)Primary responsibilities
include facilities maintenance and management, housekeeping supervision,
ordering/distribution/inventory of needed supplies to maintain operation of
Communicated regularly with key stakeholders and residents to achieve satisfaction with buildings and services.
Supervised a total of
Thirty Three (33)Housekeeping staff members.
(Staffing distribution of Three (3) Housekeeping Team Leaders and Twenty
(20) housekeepers in the Rappahannock Residential Neighborhood and Two (2)
Housekeeping Team Leaders and Eight (8) housekeepers in the Aquia Residential
George Mason University - Recreational SportsCoordinator of Maintenance, Safety, and Security (Building Engineer) | Fairfax, VA | May 2010 - February 2011
Duties included oversight of building
maintenance and mechanical operation of the Aquatic and Fitness
Center, Recreation and Athletic Complex (RAC)
and Skyline Fitness (Total of 208,628 GSF)Conducted interior
and exterior inspections of facility; supervised projects as assigned; and was
responsible for budget management, purchasing and assisting with special
events. Maintained records of facility certificates, equipment, and services.Maintained a regular schedule of preventive
maintenance for HVAC systems.Conducted repairs and improvements, as needed
Fairfax Community ChurchBuilding Engineer | Fairfax, VA | September 2007 - May 2010
Responsibilities included: Recruitment and
direction of volunteer team members,Maintained an inventory
supplies, Oversaw contracts and monitoring of contractors for cleaning, snow
removal, trash removal, landscaping and HVAC. Maintained records of facility
certificates, equipment and services.Inspectedfacility for needed
repairs and make repairs and improvements.
Assisted in maintaining a regular schedule of preventive maintenance for
HVAC systems. Worked with appropriate local government agencies to ensure the
facility meets current code requirements.
Bachelor of ScienceAdministration of JusticeGeorge Mason UniversityFairfax, VABachelor of science in Administration of Justice provides a sound foundation in the liberal arts and a focused study of the justice system and social, human, and moral problems raised in the Administration of Justice.
Professional certificateFacilities ManagmentGeorge Mason UniversityFairfax, VA | 2015Comprehensive curriculum covers theory, methodology, technology, and best practices related to Facilities Management. The Certificate program aligns with the core competencies for IFMA\'s Certified Facility Manager (CFM) examination.
Facility Management Professional (FMP)
credential from International Facility Management Association (IFMA)Received credential May 2010
CFC Certification Type 1 and Type 3
Pennsylvania College of TechnologyLicense availible upon request