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AMFP NYC presents - AMFP Conversations - Oops...They Did It Again!

When:
Thursday, November 18, 2021, 4:30 PM until 6:00 PM
Where:
Virtual

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Andrew J Weinberg
5162403316 (p)
Category:
AMFP NYC
Registration is required before Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 12:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
$15.00
$15.00
An AMFP NYC Chapter Event

Agenda:
4:30-5:00 PM ET - Virtual Networking Breakout Rooms
5:00-6:00 PM ET - Discussion

WHAT’S NEW AT AMFP NYC?  
"AMFP CONVERSATIONS"

Our NYC chapter hosts this series of programs that is both topical and conversational. These meetings start with some networking, move into informal discussions with selective guests, and end with questions and answers between members and the speakers. Topics have included; issues facing MWBE firms, how to get on owner's preferred vendor lists, and what’s being pushed off owner’s plates due to COVID to name a few. Help us plan upcoming AMFP CONVERSATIONS by letting us know what issues you are facing in Healthcare Facilities.

Our next AMFP CONVERSATIONS event will be November 18th 4:30 - 6:00 PM ET. We are inviting representatives from healthcare facilities who will partake in a candid, humorous, and educational discussion about mishaps at the jobsite and how we learn from them. What are some of your war stories?

Moderator:
-Raffaela Dunne, Regional Institutional Market Director, VHB

Speakers:
-David Flammio, Director of Corporate Safety, Northwell Health
-Jacobie Ricard, Senior Director of Planning Design and Construction, Mount Sinai Health System
-John Smalley, CHC 
, Project Executive, LF Driscoll Healthcare


Registration:
Members:  FREE
Nonmembers:  $15.00

You can JOIN FIRST for just $95 annual membership, and then register for FREE! Join here: https://www.amfp.info/content.aspx?page_id=60&club_id=513573

Speaker Bios:

Raffaela Dunne
is a skilled project manager with over 30 years of experience in ground-up development, asset repositioning, and public private partnerships for healthcare and higher education clients where core mission drives the capital need. She currently serves as the Northeast Regional Director for the institutional market sector at VHB where she is responsible for project delivery and client management for the healthcare program in the Northeast. Ms. Dunne oversees a portfolio of projects for many of the area healthcare systems, including Northwell Health, NYU Langone, Mount Sinai, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Stony Brook University Medical Center. The projects for these healthcare systems span from master planning through construction administration, with services primarily focused on transportation and environmental planning, surveying, civil engineering, and landscape architecture.

David John Flammio
has been a part of Northwell Health’s safety presence for a combined 10+ years and has over 20 years of experience within the environmental, health and safety profession. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Studies from C.W. Post, Long Island University, and is a Certified Healthcare Safety Professional (CHSP). Mr. Flammio is part of a team that oversees ambulatory safety, life safety, construction safety, and building life safety. Construction safety oversees all major capital construction projects across the 23 hospitals and 600 ambulatory locations. Ambulatory safety maintains safe operations of the 600 ambulatory locations including fire safety and the Environment of Care. Life safety ensures compliance with Joint Commission and building standards and helps the hospitals maintain a safe and continually ready environment according to code. Previous environmental, health and safety experience includes manufacturing in cosmetics and filtration, entertainment and hospitality industry, radiation safety and warehousing operations.

Jacobie Ricard
is the Senior Director of Construction within the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. His team delivers critical care facilities and campus infrastructure improvement projects. Mr. Ricard has 20 years of architecture and construction management experience focusing on public projects not limited to but including community centers, public housing, schools, and most recently creating new patient beds to battle the Covid 19 crisis. As a graduate of the University of Florida, he studied architecture with interest in business geography. Mr. Ricard’s educational background established a love for quality aesthetics. His experience developed the ability to deliver sound construction. Mr. Ricard believes that active listening and collaboration are critical components to successful project management and team building. This combined approach to problem-solving has resulted in his successful transition across various municipal agencies and public institutions. He is also a real estate professional with an extensive background in multi-family real estate investing. Mr. Ricard’s ventures in real estate were modeled by Dr. Grant Thrall’s “Business Geography,” allowing him to navigate the 2009 and 2020 downturns successfully. He is always looking forward to new investment opportunities in the coming years.

John Smalley, CHC
- With over 40 years of experience in the healthcare construction industry, Mr. Smalley has considerable experience in providing oversight for new development and renovation of large scale hospitals, treatment centers, medical facilities, and higher education buildings. His projects have included significant upgrades to major electrical infrastructure routing, new emergency generators, primary electrical service, utility relocations, and multi-phased renovations. Mr. Smalley is currently a project director with LF Driscoll Healthcare in New York.