The first annual EFMR roundtable will take place virtually this year. This event is open to Facility Management Professionals. If you would like to attend, please complete the registration link.

If you are not a facility management professional, sponsorships are available. Please contact Kelly Javier for more details.

May 27, 2021

Roundtable Agenda:

8:30 AM PT Networking
The meeting opens with opportunities for attendees to network.

9:00 AM PT Opening Comments
The first annual EFMR roundtable will be kicked off by Kathryn Peacock.

10:00 AM PT Restarting the Idle Building  –  Methods for Evaluating Re-Occupation Suitability
Panelists Include:
Brian E. Nemetz, CMC, Technical Director of Industrial Hygiene and Health &Safety, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.
Steven Colton, Vice President Environmental Risk & Compliance, Wells Fargo Bank
Michael P. Linden, P.E., Vice President, Johnson, Levinson, Ragan, Davila, Inc.
Corey H. Myers, Senior Project Manager, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.

11:00 AM PT ESG is Here: This is what you should be doing to address it
Panelists Include:
Tony Liou, President, Partner Energy
Robert Occhiogrossi, R.A., NCARB, LEED AP, Vice President, Due Diligence – Engineering, Revantage
Dana Weiss, LEED AP, GRI, Program Manager, Partner Energy

12:00 PM PT Networking Break
Meeting lounges are available for EFMR attendees to network with each other.

12:30 PM PT So you have Vapor Intrusion Problems, what next?
When vapor intrusion is occurring at concentrations requiring mitigation, what can be done? Join us in reviewing multiple mitigation options and when to implement these options using typical strategies. We will also review a couple of project examples.
Panelists Include:
David Lutz, LPG, Technical Director, Environmental Services, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.
Jeff Gronki, Director of Engineering, Walgreens

1:30 PM PT Closing Comments and Recap
Kathryn Peacock will close out the day with a few parting thoughts.

1:45 PM PT – 2:30 PM PT Networking
The meeting lounges will remain open for EFMR attendees to continue the dialogue about the day’s content.