Mr. Pete Marshall has more than 40 years experience in design, construction and facilities management, including facilities acquisition, engineering and quality assurance expertise. He has successfully led a company through ISO 9000:2001 certification and has worked with clients throughout all phases of facilities life cycle from initial concept planning and programming into design and construction and through to facilities operations, maintenance and demolition. Mr. Marshall has extensive program management, engineering experience and project management, development and operations expertise. His background includes 32 years of experience with the US Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Mr. Marshall has delivered a wide range of facilities projects to his clients, demonstrating strengths in infrastructure planning, program management, field and contingency engineering, facilities management and business unit reorganization.
Mr. Bruce Geibel is a former career Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer (Captain-06) and civilian facilities management specialist with more than 40 years overlapping leadership and management expertise in design, safety, construction, contract administration, and quality control (QC). Mr. Geibel has extensive experience in environmental issues, hangar construction, operations and maintenance, administrative, personnel, public works, financial, auditing, and disaster relief (storm mitigation) response management. He has a strong background in infrastructure planning; long-range strategic planning; financial planning; audit and inventory oversight; utilities plant operations and maintenance (water, sewer, telephone, electricity and gas)/ Mr. Geibel has performed joint-service duty in NATO with Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps personnel from 16 nations
PRAKASH N. MISHRA
Dr. Raj Mishra has over 36 years of industrial experience related to facilities engineering and management. He worked for General Motors for over 28 years and for Parsons Brinckerhoff for 3 years. At General Motors, he was responsible for developing and implementing the Chemicals Management program and the Resource Management program. GM has realized cost savings of hundreds of millions of dollars as a result of these programs.
Dr. Mishra has expertise in environmental engineering, energy engineering, and systems engineering. He has experience in air pollution control, water pollution control, and energy systems optimization. He has also worked in developing and implementing Health & Safety programs and ISO 14000 programs. His work assignments have taken him around the globe from USA to Europe to Asia.
Dr. Mishra has over 100 technical articles published, and presented, in leading international engineering journals. He holds a MBA and a PhD in Chemical Engineering and has received various awards including the Rudolfs Medal from the Water Environment Federation, the Outsourcing World Achievement Award, and the CMS Medal of Honor from the Chemical Strategies Partnership.