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FM Roundtable Luncheon

Deep Dive Breakfast

FM Roundtable Luncheon

Deep Dive Breakfast

FM Roundtable Luncheon

FM Roundtable Luncheon: Networking for Pros

“You’re a Pro, you network, it’s what you do”

Many FM Professionals feel building and maintaining their Network is something to do between career stations. Wrong.  It’s what true Professionals like Larry Morgan, John Parsons and  Jennifer Olson do all the time.

Many Pro’s feel bothered when a vendor or chapter associate comes bee-lining their way at a networking function.  But they have info we Pro’s need, let’s get it and catalog.

Great ready and dig in, your professional peers have tricks for building, maintaining and even developing the resources that make up your network of not just other pro’s who’ll guide your career path but vendors who may assist in multiple ways.

 

SPEAKERS:

JENNIFER OLSEN, CFM, SFP, MCR.w, FMP– Facilities Program Management Consultant at Impec Group

Jennifer is a credited Corporate Real Estate and Facility Management professional with extensive experience in real estate portfolio management, construction and project management, sustainability, and facility operations.  She had been a member of IFMA Silicon Valley Chapter for 13 years.  Jennifer has served in multiple roles including Chapter Vice President in 2013 and Chapter President in 2014.  She currently serves as the Director of Education.

 

JOHN PARSONS, CFM– Director of Workplace Experience at 23andMe 

For over 20 years John Parsons has been with both mature enterprises (Cisco, Symantec, Sun Microsystems, Varian, Brocade) and emerging growth success stories (Remedy, Active Software, webMethods, PGP, Turn and now 23andMe.) He’s done everything Facilities and Real Estate all over the globe and is always open to sharing his knowledge with those new to the FM career and seasoned peers.

His technical background is in Project Management, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, which he always uses in Facilities Operations management (once a 7.5M SF, 55+ building campus) and coordinating full shell build-outs from programming to punch-list all over the globe. Technical skills aside, every day he strives to create an experience for employees through outstanding customer experience while developing a creative workspace experience that facilitates employee’s best work and enhances the company culture.

John personifies “make your network available to others”, granting IFMA chapter, mentoring meetings and HQ tours of 23andMe. He implements a collaborative and motivational leadership style to lead cross functional teams towards a common goal. In other words, he is strengthening his network of internal partners every day!

 

LARRY MORGAN, CFM, SFP, FMP– Director of Facilities Management-Environmental Management SME at SAP

Mr. Morgan is a dynamic, accomplished corporate asset and service delivery operations professional with over 30 years of progressive, tangible and thought leadership accomplishments with substantial relationships within the corporate and commercial real estate industry.

His primary focus is in the corporate real estate services environment with emphasis on creating and managing an optimal and sustainable built environment. With his depth and breadth of experience he provides innovative and new approaches in achieving service level improvements across multiple platforms.

He also is a certified global master instructor for IFMA, past IFMA board of director, 2017 IFMA Distinguished Member Recipient, Facilities consultant and a highly sought after guest speaker.

 

LOCATION:

OnePiece Work (Shenzhen Bay Bldg)

3120 Scott Blvd

Santa Clara, CA 95054

 

AGENDA:

11:30am-12:00pm- Registration and Lunch

12:00- 1:00pm- Presentation

 

SPONSOR:

 

Online registration for this event has closed as of 2/12/19 at 5:30pm.  If you would like to attend please register at the door.

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FM Roundtable: Title- 24 Changes Impacting FM

Title-24 Changes Impacting FM

Title 24 rules have become more stringent in recent years, especially with respect to the rules for commissioning. Both Energy Code and Green Code now mandate process steps and require documentation. What are these requirements, and how do they apply in particular for existing building retrofits? What should you include in RFP’s so that you receive the documentation the city or AHJ may require from you? What documentation is out there in the marketplace for you that provides guidance? This seminar will provide some guidance and clarifies the often confusing language used in commissioning.

 

SPEAKER:

Reinhard Seidl, M.S.- Principal at Taylor Engineering

Reinhard Seidl, M.S., is a registered mechanical engineer. He has 25 years of commercial and industrial HVAC system design experience, initially with a Dutch construction company specializing in industrial projects in Africa and the Middle East and, subsequently, with a design/build construction company in California. His experience includes a wide range of project types, including petrochemical, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, clean room, heavy industrial, hospital and office buildings. He has been a Principal at Taylor Engineering for the last 12 years and is the current chair of ASHRAE’s Standard 202 (Cx Process for Buildings and Systems) committee.

 

LOCATION:

Knowles

331 Fairchild Dr.

Mt. View, CA 94043

 

AGENDA:

11:30am- Registration & Lunch

12:00pm-1:00pm- Presentation

 

SPONSOR:

Online Registration for this event has closed.  If you would like to attend, please join us and register at the door.

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Deep Dive Breakfast: UL- Working for a Safer World

UL Fire Alarm Service Certification

UL (Underwriters Laboratories)

The major focus of this breakfast will be on UL’s Fire Alarm Service Certification program. Participants will learn about the certification program that delivers the highest level of confidence in alarm systems, between property owners, service providers, and other stakeholders; including code authorities, insurance companies, and government agencies. UL’s technical experts asses alarm companies for their ability to install, maintain, test, inspect, and monitor alarm systems, provide runner service, as well as communicate with the proper authorities.

To learn more about the Fire Alarm Service Certification program, visit UL.com/alarmservice.

More about UL:

UL helps companies demonstrate safety, confirm compliance, enhance sustainability, manage transparency, deliver quality and performance, strengthen security, protect brand reputation, build workplace excellence, and advance societal wellbeing.

Services cover a wide range of categories, solutions and industries. Some categories include certification, testing, inspection and auditing. Solutions that may affect you include Chemical Regulatory Compliance, Cybersecurity, EHS Sustainability, Functional Safety and more. Some of the industries UL certify are Energy, Fire Suppression, Hazardous Locations, Healthcare, HVAC/R, Life Safety and Security, and Lighting. To learn more, visit UL.com.

SPEAKERS:

Todd M. Iaeger, UL

Todd joined UL’s Building and Life Safety Technologies Group as an AHJ Educational Outreach Specialist and Alarm System Auditor with the Life Safety and Security Division; Fire Alarm Certificate Services Program in 2016 after working 26 years in public safety as a police officer, firefighter and fire marshal in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Todd provides educational outreach and technical training to the AHJ community throughout the Unites States and completes audits of UL Listed Fire Alarm Service Companies. He is based in Pennsylvania assigned to the UL Facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Todd is a certified building inspector, fire and building plans examiner and fire investigator. He is an Adjunct Instructor as the National Fire Academy (NFA) in Emmitsburg, MD and has presented numerous training courses and contributed to publications related to the fire and building code enforcement, legal administration of code, code enforcement technology, fire investigation, expert witness testimony and fire investigations involving fire protection systems.

 

John McMahon, UL

John joined UL’s Building and Life Safety Technologies Group as an Alarm System Auditor within the Life Safety and Security Division; Fire Alarm Certificate Services Program in 2001 after working 23 years in the fire alarm industry. John completes audits of UL Listed Fire Alarm Service Companies throughout the United States as well as provides educational outreach and technical training to the AHJ community primarily on the West Coast. John holds a NICET Level II Certification and possesses system knowledge and expertise in fire, security, government and central station facilities applications. He is based in Southern California assigned to the UL Facility in Melville, New York.

 

LOCATION:

FireEye

601 McCarthy Blvd.

Milpitas, CA 95035

 

AGENDA:

7:30am-Registration and Breakfast

8:00am-10:30am- Presentation

 

SPONSOR:

 

Online registration for this event has closed.  You can join us at FireEye and register at the door!

Thanks!

Deep Dive Breakfast: Acoustic Controls in the Office Environment

Why is noise a problem?

Biologic effects of exposure

What can facility managers do about it?

  • Engineering Controls
  • Administrative Controls
  • New construction/Existing Spaces

Get informed on the evolution of noise controls in the office and what technologies are available now and in the near future.

SPEAKERS:

Ethan C. Salter, PE, LEED® AP, Vice President, Charles M. Salter Associates, Inc.

Consultant specializing in architectural acoustics, environmental noise impacts, and mechanical equipment noise and vibration control.
Project experience includes multi- and single-family residential, mixed-use, educational, commercial, worship, and governmental facilities around the country, with a specialty in sustainable design.
• Co-author of “Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition”, published by Wiley (2009). Contributed the chapter on acoustical design of sustainable projects.

 

Cristina Miyar, Principal, Acousthetics LLC

Provides technical sales representation for a select group of high-quality acoustical product manufacturers. Our services include engineering applications assistance and engineered shop drawings for design-build assemblies. Cristina has managed many acoustic projects and will share her experiences and provide some insight to what’s coming next.

 

Pete Sullivan, Partner, Quality Contract Group

A premiere Manufacturing Representative Group serving Northern California and Northern Nevada. Pete presents a CEU course on noise control to architects and designers and is a provider for Pivot Interiors. He will share his perspective on noise control and offer some examples of solutions.

 

Amy DuFrane, Vice President of Workplace Strategies, Acoustical Solutions

Acoustical Solutions-CA is a professional manufacturer representative that proudly represents Acoufelt. LLC, Lencore Acoustics, and Techlite Acoustics. We provide customized acoustical solutions to corporate facilities, health providers, call centers, hospitality facilities, and financial institutions. Committed to the field of acoustics, we assist our clients in determining the correct acoustical decisions with the most innovative products that specifically fit their acoustical needs.

 

AGENDA*

7:30-7:45 – Registration-Breakfast

7:45 – 8:05 – History and Science – E. Salter, PE, LEED AP

8:05-8:25 – Acoustic control project management and technology experience, C. Miyar

8:25-8:45 – Panel solutions – Where they work best, P. Sullivan

8:45-9:05 – Felt solutions – How it can be a custom solution, A. DuFrane

9:05-9:30 – Facility tour of controls elements.

*Agenda subject to change based on additional speaker availability

 

LOCATION:

Pivot Interiors

3355 Scott Blvd. #110

Santa Clara, CA 95054

 

SPONSOR:

 

Online Registration for this event has closed.  If you would like to join the deep dive, please join us at Pivot Interiors and register at the door.