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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.


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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.

Facility Executive Live! Blog - Facility Executive Live! Conference


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.

Richie Stever, CHFM

Richie is the Director of Operations and Maintenance for the University of Maryland Medical Center’s downtown and midtown campuses which include 3.5 million square feet and 63 employees.

Richard Fanelli, AIA, CFM, IFMA Fellow

Rich is Principal of FM Studios, a full-service provider of interior design and space planning services in Fairfax, VA. He has worked as a registered architect and designer since 1977, for both local and national design firms in Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

Judie Cooper, CFM, Smithsonian Institution

As Associate Director of Organizational Development for the Office of Facilities Management and Reliability at the Smithsonian Institution, Judie is responsible for strategic initiatives that support continuously improved organizational performance including benchmarking, best practices, strategic planning, change management, outreach, professional development, and staff education

Safety & Security in Facilities

Sandy Hook, Aurora, CO, and Hurricane Sandy emphasize that emergency planning for your organization is subject to many federal, state and local laws, regulations and standards. Most who are tasked with creating and maintaining emergency plans are confused or overwhelmed regarding those standards. Learn what laws, regulations and standards apply to your emergency planning, training and exercises. Learn what a lawsuit will do to you if you don't create a plan to standard. Learn the 17 gaps that can sabotage your emergency plans today and how to fill them.

Magda Krapf, Architect, JacobsWyper Architects

Magda Krapf joined JacobsWyper Architects in 1998 after moving to the US from her native Poland where she graduated with a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice.

Craig Harnitchek, Project Manager, The School District of Philadelphia

Ray Milora is global Head of Workplace Design & Change Management for GSK’s Real Estate & Facilities team, is responsible for the development of a new industry-leading SMART Lab initiative and drives evolution in this area via employee and stakeholder engagement.

Christine Workman, Project Manager, Vertical Systems Analysis, Inc.

Christine Workman is Project Manager at Vertical Systems Analysis, Inc. 

Marcella Garwood, Facilities Manager, Comcast Corporation

Marcella is a lead Facilities Manager overseeing the Technology and Product Xperience for Comcast’s New Jersey Portfolio managing a half a million square feet of owned and leased properties. 

Alana Dunoff, AFD Facility Planning and Temple University

Alana F. Dunoff, FMP, IFMA Fellow has over 27 years’ experience as a strategic facility planner.