Paul Team will be Keynote Speaker at School Safety Training Forum

FEA’s Vice President of Physical Security Services Paul Timm will give the keynote address at the School Safety Training Forum in Hampton Roads, Virginia on August 7th. Sponsored by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, more than 1000 participants … Continue reading

Laurie Gilmer Speaking on Sustainability in Cairo for AU

FEA’s Vice President and COO Laurie Gilmer will be delivering a webinar on facility management sustainability for The American University in Cairo on Monday, May 7th. Laurie is an expert on sustainability, having proven experience performing numerous sustainability and energy audits, developing … Continue reading

Congratulations Mike Payne on Earning the PMP

Mike Payne has received his Project Management Professional designation from the Project Management Institute.  The PMP designation is one of the most widely recognized certifications to indicate demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams.  Qualifications include a four year … Continue reading

Glenbrooks Hires School Security Experts

  FEA will be performing assessments of two High Schools for the Glenbrooks district in an effort to determine the current state of safety and security practices at both schools and how they compare to best practices and current industry … Continue reading

Workshop: Building Your Community Resilience Plan

Join Maureen Roskoski of Facility Engineering Associates and Nancy McNabb of The Continuity Project on Friday, May 4, 2018 at the American Public Works Association (APWA) Mid-Atlantic Chapter Conference for a workshop on developing a community resilience plan using the NIST Community … Continue reading

Incubating Sustainability Initiatives with Strategy

In our latest contribution to FM Link’s Sustainability Column, Stephen Clawson and Dorothy Scholnick show readers how to use strategy to see sustainability initiatives come to life. Sustainability is not a “one-and-done” venture, but a journey that should invite continual … Continue reading

Axis School Safety Symposium (03/27)

Paul Timm will be participating at this year’s Axis School Safety Symposium to be held in Chicago, IL on March 27th.  Special guest will include Lisa Hamp, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting of April 2007.  Paul will be talking … Continue reading

Randy Braverman at IFMA’s Facility Fusion

The Facility Manager’s Keys to Active Shooter/Assailant Preparedness in the 21st Century From the Active Shooter/Assailant threat, your stakeholders expect a high level of emergency preparedness. How can FMs put together plans and procedures that are simple, yet comprehensive? The … Continue reading

Congratulations Dorothy Scholnick – Project Professional

Congratulations to Dorothy Scholnick, FMP on your promotion to Project Professional! A graduate from Temple University’s Architecture Facilities Management Program, Dorothy has driven the work for significant portions of our engagements with key Higher Ed and Institutional clients with operations & … Continue reading

Congratulations, Kion Gibbs – Project Professional

Congratulations to Kion Gibbs on your promotion to Senior Professional!  Kion has successfully managed key elements of work with Service Providers and Higher Ed clients and solved complex problems with great clarity and insight. He always demonstrates a willingness to take … Continue reading

Are you Ready? DC Benchmarking Reporting Due Soon!

Are you ready? DC’s reporting requirement is just around the corner! The Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 (CAEA) requires that owners of all large private buildings (over 50,000 gross square feet) annually benchmark their energy and water efficiency and report … Continue reading

Congratulations, Stephen Clawson – Project Professional

Congratulations to Stephen Clawson, FMP on your promotion to Project Professional! Stephen has delivered outstanding work products on challenging engagements with some of FEA’s highest profile clients. He also has assisted in the development of tools such as fmDiagnostics™, the Labor … Continue reading

2018 School Safety Conference (April 18th)

Free One Day Event Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:30am to 4:00pm Bristol Palace, 828 E. Rand Rd., Mount Prospect, IL 60056 The Illinois State Board of Education, Illinois Emergency Management Agency, Facility Engineering Associates P.C., Lake Forest Elementary School District … Continue reading

Talking FM Technology & The Future of FM

FM Innovator, Mike Petrusky, talks with Mayra Portalatin for his milestone podcast to discuss the human side of facility management and offer inspiration and motivation to the “FM Innovator Nation”. Mayra shares her perspectives on the future of facility management, … Continue reading

School Safety Summit on February 22nd

Axis Communications Industry Experts to this School Safety Summit in South Carolina where attendees will learn more about how schools are prioritizing emergency preparedness and response: Best practices that can make your school district safer Getting your staff and community on … Continue reading

NCAIS Security Summit on February 9th

Paul Timm, PSP® will be leading a tabletop exercise with law enforcement and other emergency response agencies at the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS) Security Summit to be held on February 9, 2018. This unique experiential learning opportunity … Continue reading

The Five Things You Need To Know About Preparedness and Planning

Is Your Business Resilient? Don’t be caught unprepared! Check out Maureen Roskoski’s and Stephen Clawson’s contribution to The Disaster Services Corporation (DSC)* blog on key basic elements of being prepared for an emergency.   The 5 Things You Need to Know About Preparedness … Continue reading

Webinar: Top 5 School Safety Risks and How to Avoid Them

Raptor Technologies presents Paul Timm in a webinar focusing on the top 5 safety risks and how to avoid them.  Paul will discuss ways in which school administrators can provide a safer and more secure learning environment. Participants will walk away with … Continue reading

Congratulations Sara Ambry on your PE!

  Congratulations to Sara Ambry, FEA’s newest Professional Engineer. Sara has successfully passed the California Mechanical PE exam and now joins the ranks of licensed professionals. In her three years with FEA, Sara has worked across the country and internationally; … Continue reading

FEA at Leading by Learning Conference

Paul Timm and Randy Braverman will be speaking at this year’s Leading by Learning Joint Annual Conference to be held between November 17th and 19th in Chicago, Illinois. Randy will be presenting on: “Best Practices in School Safety”.  It will cover … Continue reading

FEA Salutes Our Veterans!

Please join us in thanking all Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.  We are proud to have four Veterans on our staff, as well as numerous employees and friends with military family members. Thank you to all … Continue reading

3 Keys to Effective Campus Security

During this ½ day Allegion sponsored events, attendees will learn the most important steps security decision makers can take to provide a safe learning environment. Join Paul Timm, board certified physical security professional, to learn the most important steps security … Continue reading

3 Keys to Effective Campus Security

During this ½ day Allegion sponsored events, attendees will learn the most important steps security decision makers can take to provide a safe learning environment. Join Paul Timm, board certified physical security professional, to learn the most important steps security … Continue reading

Santa Rosa Office Re-Opens

  Facility Engineering Associates’ office in Santa Rosa, California has re-opened following the evacuations related to the wildfire activity in the vicinity. Our office building had no damage and our employees are safe and accounted for. Thank you for all … Continue reading

Santa Rosa Office Status

  Facility Engineering Associates’ office in Santa Rosa, California is temporarily closed due to the wildfire activity in the vicinity. All of our employees are safe and accounted for.  We continue to do business off-site and maintain business continuity with … Continue reading