Originally presented on June 9, 2021
Facility relocation projects can be daunting, with risks and unknowns around every corner. Building a project team with internal stakeholders and industry experts will help you navigate the unknown and successfully complete the project. This team will handle the move and all its components, allowing for a smooth and successful operation. With routine meetings between the internal and external stakeholders along with onsite scopes, walkthroughs, and progress checks, you will ensure all vendors (furniture and equipment movers, HAZMAT movers, and the decommission vendor) are on the same page. Having the right team in place will make sure things aren’t overlooked, such as closing out all EHS permits, plans, and programs at your old facility and setting up protocols at your new facility. To close out the move, you will have to report on the decontamination and decommissioning at the old lab space. With the right team in place and proper planning, you will avoid common pitfalls and successfully manage the relocation project.
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Greg Faxon currently a Senior Operations Manager focusing on facility and lab relocation projects. He serves as a Project Manager on these large and complex projects, linking multiple Triumvirate service lines. He has over 10 years of experience working for Triumvirate in a variety of roles. He utilizes the skills and knowledge he has gained to successfully complete these relocation projects. Greg also earned a certification as a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) in 2016.
Dennis Carroll has been with Triumvirate for over 10 years. He has worn many different hats at Triumvirate, from working as an Environmental Specialist, providing leadership to our Operations team, and most recently, spending a lot of his time in Account Management and Business Development. Dennis has played a key role in several lab and facility projects in the four industry areas in which Triumvirate specializes. He is a proven resource in these types of projects and can provide a number of different perspectives related to planning a successful relocation project.
Ian Lanza is the National Director of Onsite Support Services at Triumvirate Environmental where he is responsible for leading the company's onsite programs. Ian has designed and rolled out service programs all over the country including hazardous waste generator programs, regulated medical waste programs, waste minimalization programs, chemical inventory programs, and EHS training systems. Ian and his teams’ partner with the world's premiere biotech and pharmaceutical, healthcare, and higher education institutions to build value through sustainability, safety, and environmental programs.