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BIKES, BIKEABILITY AND FACILITIES - NOVEMBER 12, 2019

November 12, 2019
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
5011 Pan American West Fwy. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
http://pappadeaux.com/location/37
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Please join IFMA NM for an in depth discussion on Bikes and their impact on Facilities by Will Gleason and Dave Simon. As our conversations become filled with terms like bikeability, walkability, wellness and the need to bring more Millennials and GenX-Y’ers into our facilities, it becomes important for facility managers to know the needs and wants of different generations. Just putting a bike rack out is no longer enough. Learn what you as a facility manager need to know and also the facility requirements for employees as they reach your building.  Join us for a great presentation on issues and solutions that affect all of us.

Competencies: Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability,  Human Factors, Operations and Maintenance

 

William Gleason

Trained as an urban planner, Will specializes in creating corridor plans, master plans and site development plans that require a high level of coordination between the public and private sectors. He manages a group of planners, graphic designers and landscape architects that excel at creating illustrative, compelling and market-informed solutions. He knows how to structure public outreach efforts that result in positive outcomes and a wide range of perspectives. He has taken a wide range of projects through the land use approval process in cities and towns across the Southwest.

 

 

David  J. Simon

David is currently the Director, Parks & Recreation Department for the City of Albuquerque managing 750 employees and a budget of nearly $40 million encompassing programs that include 289 neighborhood parks; 30,000 acres of open space and natural lands; 12 aquatic facilities; 173 miles of multi-purpose trail; four municipal golf courses; 150 tennis courts; youth sports and outdoor adventure programs; nature-based/outdoor environmental education programs; a shooting range, a major BMX facility, a horsemen’s complex and a model aircraft park; and the Balloon Fiesta Park, home of the world-famous Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. While simultaneously fulfilling the role of Executive Director of The Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque.  As Director of the NM State Parks Division David successfully established five new state parks and expanded seven others; completed wildlife habitat and wetlands restoration projects; implemented natural and cultural resource management policies.  He has even authored “Vanishing Night Skies,” the first comprehensive survey/report on light pollution threats to the national parks.

SPONSORS OF THE MONTH

Stuart Hamilton - Goodmans Interior Structures
Mike Shiplet - Gordian

 

 

 

 

 

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