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Jan 2007Present

Facilities / Security Manager

Thornburg Investment Management
Employee-owned investment management company with assets under management of over $52 billion (as of 12/31/09). Founded in 1982. Project Manager and Owners Representative during the two year construction of the Thornburg Campus, a Design/Build project requiring daily interaction and coordination with the General Contractor, Architects, Engineers, Interior Design Architects, City of Santa Fe, State of New Mexico, Attorneys, Managing Directors, and staff. This 110K sq. ft. Gold certified LEED building was designed to use 47% less energy and 43% less water. Currently manage all daily facilities, security, and site operations, vendor procurement, contract management, general and preventive maintenance. • Generate RFP’s for vendor and service contracts based on standard practices and requirements specific to site and its facility and security operations. Maintain and monitor Key Performance Indicators and service schedules with vendors and contractors. • Developed initial Facilities budget of $1.1M for inaugural year of all facilities related operations. • Manage all security systems including CCTV, security and access systems, and contracted patrols • Developed comprehensive move strategy to relocate 350 employees to new facility over one weekend with no interference to business operations. • Procured vehicles and established scheduled shuttle service for staff from site to train and bus stations. Initiative earned one Innovation in Design point towards the buildings Gold LEED certification. • Manage Corporate Mailroom/Shipping and Receiving Department in conjunction with requirements of Compliance Department as established by the SEC. • Project Managed construction of Company Hangar at Santa Fe Airport working with various city and state agencies, EPA, and the FAA.

Facilities Manager

Trammell Crow Company
Independent subsidiary of CB Richard Ellis, the world’s largest real estate services firm; Property and Facility Management Division; Cisco Systems Account. Facilities Manager contracted to Cisco Systems and responsible for 110K sq. ft. corporate site in 3 buildings in Boulder, CO, housing development test labs, Data Centers, office/cubicle space and administration, sub-leases, and an additional 57K sq. ft. in Englewood and Colorado Springs, CO. Managed daily facility activities of contract management, client issues, and landlord communications. • Develop and track annual operational budgets for Boulder Corporate Site of $480K and for 96 Field Sales Offices nationwide of $590K. Develop capital budgets and project specific budgets as needed. • Responsible for maintaining critical environments in labs and data centers including HVAC (Lieberts), FM200, VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection), Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) floors, UPS systems and Generator. • Utilize web-based Building Automation System (BAS) to track and modify buildings critical systems. • Established bench mark procedure and manual for remote site coverage that became a best practices process and rolled out to Facility Managers on the Cisco Systems account nationwide. • Directed roll-out and initial site certification for ISO 14001, Environmental, Health, and Safety standards. • Established site recycling program which generated 25K lbs of e-waste, 30K lbs of batteries annually as well as other recyclables (paper, aluminum, glass etc) at levels which achieved a 98% diversion rate from landfills.

Facilities and Maintenance Supervisor

Case Logic
Entrepreneurial start up founded in 1984 that helped to create the field of audio storage. Currently owned and operated by Thule. Managed maintenance and facility operations activities for 158k-sq. ft. facility, housing administration, production, warehouse and distribution activities. Managed vendors and supervised daily activities of maintenance department with staff of 3 employees. • Negotiated maintenance agreements and service contracts. Monitored vendor and contractor performance. • Directed construction projects and remodels for open architecture program in office environment, and warehouse modifications. Multiple conveyor systems installations for production activities, product distribution and cardboard removal. • Implemented forklift and battery monitoring programs for a fleet of over 30 forklifts, batteries, and associated equipment, reducing frequency of contract PM’s and service calls resulting in a 35% savings in cost per hour of operation. • Directed compliance activities associated with a voluntary OSHA inspection of site and facilities. • Managed installation and upgrade of new fire control panels, security panels, and two stage pre-action fire system for Data Center. • Established Recycling program for front office and warehouse including cardboard repurchase program for which generated up to $20K annually.


Nile C. Kinnick High School

Yokohama, Japan



DeVry University


Aims Community College