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Manager Project

Webster, Massachusetts, 01570, United States
October 14, 2016

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Webster, MA 01570


Six Sigma trained, Manager of Facilities, Maintenance, Operations with broad expertise in designing, constructing, installing and maintaining laboratories, offices, buildings and equipment to minimize risk and ensure a healthy, attractive and hazard-free environment. Proven ability to streamline facilities operations and build capacity to meet the demands of a growing business. Broad technical knowledge and experience to manage people, processes, assets and the work environment. Skilled at working with people from diverse and global backgrounds and levels to complete facilities projects on time and on or below budget.

Applying Six Sigma methods to Facilities Management.


• Trained in Six Sigma, apply

Six Sigma methods to facilities management

• Building control systems

• Building assessment/due diligence

• Personnel management, mentoring and training

• Cost effective purchasing of goods, services and capital equipment

• Security systems

• House compressed air, vacuum and DI water operation

• Design of lab and office environments (with architects)

• Construction management

• Wetlands, Planning and Zoning permit processes

• Cryogenic storage systems

• Clean room environment systems and design

• Computer server room design and construction

• Research Lab management

• Equipment maintenance & scheduling

• Sarbanes-Oxley business continuity requirements

• EH&S and OSHA

• Knowledge of GMP and GLP requirements, SOP’s

• SAP/Receiving


• Multiple location management

• Budget and CapEx planning

• Daily cGMP rounds

• Design lab areas for future GMP & GLP use.

• Animal Rooms design/ maintenance

Renovation and New Construction:

• Project Leader to add a protein production function and labs to an existing 20,000 SF warehouse/office; $11.4 million project. Build out GMP and GLP process areas, including animal area.

• Built out all facilities for a biotech company from 8,000 SF to 200,000 SF, an employee growth from 100 to 480

• Part of key two-person group responsible for all aspects of developing a corporate campus on an 83-acre green field land, partnering with architect and engineers on design specifications.

• Created/developed new designs for GMP and GLP labs and offices for all aspects of biotech/pharmaceutical processes.

• Consulted on the design and construction of the build out of a 17,000 SF subsidiary life science company and responsible for all subsequent renovations of labs and offices.

Safety and Security Systems:

• Set up card access security system to manage seven sites and up to 500 employees.

• Set up and ran EH&S for three years, meeting OSHA requirements.

Telephone Systems: Managed, expanded and updated phone systems. Set up first “voice over IP” phone system.

Scheduled Maintenance for Facilities, Building Equipment and Scientific Equipment:

• Developed process to check and monitor all facility systems.

• Created E-mail “Facility Request” tracking system. Trained technicians to look, listen and compare environments from previous rounds to anticipate problems.

• Developed, implemented and managed facilities and lab/animal equipment maintenance schedules and contracts.

Interpersonal Skills:

• Able to listen, communicate effectively, and collaborate to complete projects with people at all levels including executive officers, lab techs, PhD scientists, administrative employees and vendors.

• Built, mentored and motivated teams to accomplish projects on time and budget.


Facilities Manager Consultant for ContraFect Corporation, Yonkers, NY. July- Aug 2011

Reviewing design build, creating punch list. Resolving security, safety, HVAC, Vivarium, cryo-storage and other scientific equipment issues. Installation of Rees Centron System. Resolving issues to bring the lab area to full function.


Facility Manager

• Facility Manager for the research facility for Biomeasure, a 44,000 square-foot facility holding 100 employees.

• Implemented $1.3M lab HVAC renovation, up and running within two-month period, including animal HVAC and controls. Design of humidification system for Vivarium.

• Negotiated all facilities services, including janitorial, electrical, HVAC, etc.

• Planned and implemented physical renovation plan for the research facility, including significant upgrades and safer employee environment.

• Read GMP SOP’s; perform daily GMP rounds and help maintain GMP building, besides being responsible for research building.

RIB-X PHARMACEUTICALS, New Haven, CT 2006 - 2007

Facility Manager

A small drug development company.

• Facility Manager for this small, start-up drug development company of 48 employees

• Responsible for maintaining all facilities systems, shipping & receiving and lab & facilities equipment maintenance for this pharmaceutical company. Animal area facilities maintenance.

SIEMENS MEDICAL SOLUTIONS, USA, Home-based. 2005 - 2006

Project Manager

• Project Manager for this premier medical & diagnostic equipment manufacturer.

• Responsible for ordering and facilitating the installation of over $20M per year of medical diagnostic equipment for Siemens customers in the CT and western MA territory.

CURAGEN CORPORATION, New Haven/Branford, CT 1997- 2004

Senior Facilities Manager

• Senior Facilities Manager for this integrated, genomics-based bio-pharmaceutical company.

• Responsible for renovation and new construction, safety and security systems, scheduled maintenance for facilities, building equipment and scientific equipment.

• Build out GMP and GLP lab process areas. Animal area design.


Diverse Purchasing, Material Management and Facilities positions in Hospitals, Medical Centers, and University settings in San Francisco.


Currently enrolled in Six Sigma Green Belt Class at Central Connecticut University

RCRA/DOT for MA Certification, signing off for hazardous waste transport.

Certification in 29CFR 1926 OSHA Construction Industry Regulations

Continuing Education in Facilities Management, Construction, Purchasing and Renovation Management

1980-1981 San Francisco Community College. Graduated

BELOIT COLLEGE, Beloit, Wisconsin

Two and a half years of coursework in Psychobiology


Selected to be presenter at three Information Management Network Conferences in Boston, MA.

Topics were on facilities-related issues on planning and construction of labs and offices.

International Society Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE). Member since 2000.

Trustee for the Lewis Fox Scholarship Foundation in Hartford, CT, a private organization rewarding graduates from the Hartford High Schools with college scholarships based on merit, faith and community service.

Invited to be a committee member for the town of Branford, CT. Developed an action plan to organize and utilize the town’s physical facilities. Used a commercial business approach to a government function and state of mind.

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