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Monday, June 17, 2013, 5:50 am

Journal to recognize 12 notable facilities managers

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    The Business Journal announced 12 recipients of its second annual North Bay Facilities Managers Recognition Awards.

    The awards were intended to recognize the people who work behind the scenes to make their organizations run smoothly.  “The work they do — and the occasional miracle they perform — are critical to a successful organization,” said Business Journal Editor and Associate Publisher Brad Bollinger. “And their work very often goes unrecognized publicly — until now.”

    The 12 recipients from wine, high-tech, commercial real estate, heavy manufacturing, finance, food processing and higher education were selected by the Journal editorial staff from nominations solicited in spring.

    The awards are underwritten by Trope Group, TLCD Architecture and Scott Technology Group.

    Winners this year are:

    • Michael Adams, Mendocino College, Ukiah
    • Tammy Atwood, Oculus Innovative Sciences, Petaluma
    • Brian Baker, Codding Investments, Rohnert Park
    • Guy Byrne, Leslie Rudd Investment Co., Napa
    • Leonard Diggs, Santa Rosa Junior College Shone Farm, Forestville
    • Atanas Draganski, Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Sebastopol
    • Mike Enochs, Nova Group, Napa
    • Jolene Graniss, Bank of Marin, Novato
    • Steve Howard, Redwood Credit Union, Santa Rosa
    • Lloyd Martin, Schramsberg Vineyards, Calistoga
    • Carolyn Pistone, Green Key Commercial, Petaluma
    • Randy Storrs, Redwood Toxicology Laboratory, Santa Rosa

    Profiles of the recipients are set to appear in a report in the July 8 edition and the winners will be honored at an awards luncheon.

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    1 Comment

    1. June 18, 2013, 10:55 am

      by David Rossi

      Congratulations to all the recognized Facility Professionals listed above. Your commitment, diligence and daily efforts in the facilities you operate and maintain deserves such recognition.

      In the event you would like to achieve more in the buildings you maintain every day, consider retro commissioning your engineering systems. Enovity can help you with this and there are some promising incentives for this, particularly if you are in the PG&E service area.

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