A Facility Manager's Guide to Justify and Fund Sustainable Lab Retrofits
Feb 23, 2018
Burns & McDonnell World Headquarters, Building 9450
Tim Geary, Stowers Institute
David Leever, Burns & McDonnell
Check-in/Reception: 8:00 - 8:30
Presentation 8:30 - 9:30
About the Presenters:
Tim Geary, Head of Operations and Services, joined the Stowers Institute in 2001 from his role as Manager of Administrative Services with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Dallas, Texas.
Mr. Geary supports the Institute’s scientific mission by overseeing the operations of most of the Institute’s non–science departments and facilities, such as Scientific Equipment, Library Services, Laboratory Services, Fly Stock Facility, Contract Services, Procurement, Plant Engineering and Maintenance, and General Services. He has been responsible for over $90 million in renovations including a 24,000 sq. foot, 11,000 cage vivarium facility, a 7,600 sq. foot reptile facility, two aquatic facilities, and numerous laboratory projects.
Previously, Mr. Geary spent six years as an administrator with American Red Cross Blood services in Texas and Oklahoma. He also served as the Lead Chemistry Technologist at Wichita General Hospital and as Technical Services Specialist with Technicon Instruments Corporation, both in Wichita Falls, Texas.
David Leever is an Associate Mechanical Engineer Burns & McDonnell. Over the past 7 years, Dave has assisted Facility Manager to get funding for HVAC retrofit projects at UC Davis, University of Utah, Penn State, Sandia National Laboratory, and most recently at the Stower’s Institute for Regenerative Research. Over a dozen buildings and over 2M SF.
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