200 SE Oak St
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Time: 11:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Location: McNamara Alumni Center
Topic: Interior Maintenance Blind Spots
Please join us for the October 2017 IFMA program and hear from three industry experts about your critical building systems and what issues can often be overlooked by facility managers. These building systems are often taken for granted, but when not working correctly, they can negatively impact employee productivity and also other company performance metrics.
Our panelists will be covering a wide variety of topics including what’s new as well as potential issues that facility managers might be facing in the near future.
Wayne has been in the commercial real estate industry since 1993 and his organization specializes in providing corporate real estate services and tenant representation to space occupiers. In his career, Wayne has been involved in the construction and development of over one million square feet of office and industrial space and was also a property and asset manager for over 10 years. Wayne received his BS from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Tom Danley, General Manager: Harris Companies
Tom is the General Manager of Harris Companies. Harris Companies specialize in mechanical and plumbing installation and services, including new construction design, process piping, refrigeration and controls. Harris Companies also work closely with customers on energy solutions. Tom is a graduate of Dunwoody College of Technology. He has been with the company for 6 years.
Ben Calendine, Service Team Manager: Parsons Electric
Ben has worked at Parsons Electric for 12 years and has worked as part of the Parsons Service Division for 8 years. Parsons Electric is one of North America’s premier electrical and technology providers. Parsons provides services through their three divisions – Electrical Construction, Electrical Service, and Technologies. Ben is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a graduate of the Carlson School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration.
John Fabian, Dir. Of Business Development: LVC Fire Protection
John helps companies make decisions with their fire alarm systems and has been with LVC for over 30 years. Low Voltage Contractors was created as an installation division from the already established J.N. Johnson Sales & Service back in 1982 – a fire protection company at that time. Through a relationship with Notifier, LVC quickly established itself as a reputable fire alarm company and has been providing installation and services ever since. John received his BA from Concordia College.
Jim Oelhafen, Service Sales Supervisor: LVC Fire Protection
Jim has worked with LVC Companies’ Service Division since 2001. He currently supervises a team of Service Sales Representatives who help clients improve their fire and life safety system inspection, testing and maintenance programs. These efforts ultimately create safer places to live, work, learn, and play. Jim received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management & Organizational Leadership from St. John’s University, in Collegeville, MN.