John T. Pivik, MS, CFM, PE, ProFM, LEED Green Assoc., SFP | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings

John currently serves as a Capital Outlay Project Manager for the Virginia Community College System, responsible for capital projects at the Annandale and Loudoun Campuses of Northern Virginia Community College.


https://facilityexecutive.com/live/001673/john-t-pivik/
John currently serves as a Capital Outlay Project Manager for the Virginia Community College System, responsible for capital projects at the Annandale and Loudoun Campuses of Northern Virginia Community College.

John T. Pivik, MS, CFM, PE, ProFM, LEED Green Assoc., SFP | Facility Executive Live! Conference | Creating Intelligent Buildings


https://facilityexecutive.com/live/001673/john-t-pivik/
John currently serves as a Capital Outlay Project Manager for the Virginia Community College System, responsible for capital projects at the Annandale and Loudoun Campuses of Northern Virginia Community College.

John T. Pivik, MS, CFM, PE, ProFM, LEED Green Assoc., SFP

John T. Pivik, MS, CFM, PE, ProFM, LEED Green Assoc., SFP

John currently serves as a Capital Outlay Project Manager for the Virginia Community College System, responsible for capital projects at the Annandale and Loudoun Campuses of Northern Virginia Community College. He has been in the facility management field for more 25 years leading teams in operations, maintenance, project management, and environmental health and safety. For 20 years, he served as the Manager for Facilities Operations and Maintenance for the World Bank, achieving industry recognition for improvements there. John is a certified IFMA instructor and has delivered IFMA related courses as well as independent training for public, private, government, and international organizations. John received the 2015 Educator Award of Excellence from the IFMA Capital Chapter. Currently, he serves as part-time faculty for the FM Certificate Program at George Mason University and the Masters in Facility Management Program at Catholic University of America. He also is a co-instructor for the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies for Rice University, specializing in preparing students to take the CFM credential exam. John worked as an HVAC design engineer/project manager/ team leader for several Washington DC architectural and engineering companies for over 15 years and is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.