Lee Technologies Exec Presents on Mission-Critical Facilities Operations
Bob Woolley, Lee Technologies’ vice president of facility operations and quality systems, gave a presentation at the National Facility Management Technologies 2010 Conference about mission-critical facilities operations and maintenance. Mr. Woolley’s presentation helped attendees to understand the operational requirements of critical facilities, learn about methods and processes that are used by O&M organizations to achieve the goal of 100 percent uptime, and how critical facility change management processes and quality systems can benefit any FM organization.
Mr. Woolley has more than 20 years of experience in the mission-critical facilities management field and has been with Lee Technologies since 2004. He has extensive experience in building technical service programs and has managed operations in more than 50 data centers throughout his career.
The NFMT 2010 Conference is taking place at the Baltimore Convention Center, March 16-18, 2010.
About Lee Technologies
Lee Technologies is a U.S. based technology solution provider specializing in large-scale data center solutions and professional services to the North American market. Founded in 1983, Lee Technologies designs, builds, operates, monitors and maintains business-critical facilities for some of the most information-reliant private and public sector organizations in the world, including Coca-Cola, Northrop Grumman, the U.S. Department of Defense, Time Warner, Verizon, Harris Corporation, and many others. Ensuring that customer data is always available, reliable and secure, the Lee Technologies team manages more than 700 locations within the U.S. and has eight locations, including its headquarters in Fairfax, Va., and regional representation in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and Seattle.
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