Date(s) - 05/26/2021
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Synopsis of Program:
Learn elements of Facilities Management ISO Standard and why it’s important for your career.
- What is the value of ISO 41001 to the industry?
- How does an organization get accredited to ISO 41001? How long does accreditation take?
- What is the roadmap ahead for facility management (FM) standards?
What are the top key points/takeaways from the presentation:
Benefits of becoming ISO 41K Certified
Casey Martin, AIA, AICP, CFM, Strategic Consulting Group of Jacobs
Casey Martin, AIA, AICP, CFM, is Program Manager in the Strategic Consulting Group of Jacobs. Her focus is facility and asset management, working with public and private agencies to provide consulting services that embrace creative solutions to maintaining assets, including adaptive reuse strategies, facility and business maintenance and operational optimization strategies, life cycle analyses, facility transition planning and sustainability performance planning. Casey also serves as the Chair for the ISO 41000 Facility Management US Technical Advisory Group developing international standards for facility management.
Peter Stroup, P.E., MBA, Harvard Medical School
As Executive Director of Facilities, Peter oversees all aspects of facilities maintenance and operations, sustainability, energy procurement and use for the Harvard Medical School. He holds a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering, an MBA and is a registered professional engineer. A member of APPA, IFMA, NFPA, NFMT and NSPE and a US ANSI Member Expert to ISO TC/267 Facility Management. Peter is also Principal of SAGE International Facility Management, LLC, an FM consultancy.
Mark Burriss, Global Facilities at Mattson Technology
Mark is the Director of Global Facilities at Mattson Technology. He holds an MS degree in Environmental Studies from San Jose State University, is a Certified Facilities Management Professional, and is a certified Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt. He brings a valuable set of skills from a career supporting high tech corporations in the Bay Area for over 25 years. Prior to joining Mattson he worked in light manufacturing (Lasers), international heavy manufacturing/construction (plastics), biopharma manufacturing/research, and semiconductor manufacturing. The primary focus for Mark and is team is to provide seamless infrastructure support with no unplanned interruptions. Mark enjoys applying “stealth” sustainability and “wellness” at work and the outdoors, taking his boat on coastal fishing trips as well as firing up the smoker for his famous ribs.
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