HERE'S WHY PRESTIGIOUS CLIENTS CHOOSE US
My 20+ years of industry experience has emerged from projects worked on in multiple States such as Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Florida. However, where most of the Facilities and Mechanical Engineering knowledge has been acquired is right here in my hometown of New York City (Born and Raised).
In addition to commissioning many specialized projects across the East Coast, below are full lifecycle projects worked on from start to finish in NYC:
In 2006 I started as a Mechanical Coordinator and worked my way up to an Assistant Vice President of Mechanical Commissioning at one of largest Real Estate developers in the United States.
"Bringing years of field operations experience, corporate decision making, and advancements in systemizing with technology."
Luxury high-rise residential properties were my primary focus for many years but in 2015 when I left to work for a start-up company, I began speaking with operators all across the nation on a daily basis. In the year I spent at LogCheck, I LISTENED to thousands of operators from all industries: Residential, Commercial, Hospitals, Data Centers, Universities & Schools, Hotels, Museums, Government Agencies, Industrial Plants, Stadiums and, from personal experience, Maritime... Here's what I discovered... 90% experience the same frustration I dealt with when I first started in 1998.
Inconsistent information and not enough direction, especially when a job is turned over from new construction.
Coming from a facilities engineering background with experience in the maritime, industrial, healthcare, education, and commercial industries... entering the residential market in 2006 created a new experience. Staff had to be trained in a different way than I ever learned from traditional training, this method turned out to be the best experience ever. Through multiple attempts, I discovered a system on how to make sure the same information was delivered not only to the existing employees, but every new employee that came on-board. I was responsible for commissioning and delivering the training, it had to be available on demand in an easy to find, navigable way - "who has time to sit through stacks of binders or long training videos to find key subjects?".
Working for a developer who owned and operated properties, the responsibilities to train each new field employee never ended. Depending on the knowledge of previous employees to train new staff held too much liability. When 35+ buildings needed assistance, a learning system was born.
Teaching part-time at a local Union, 32BJ, here in NYC gave me additional insight on the importance of creating Enhanced Building Solutions. Training for operations is the missing link, let's fill the gap!