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Schulz Participates in Selection of Security Research Projects
ACC President T.J. Schulz led a group of industry stakeholders in the selection of the initial four airport security research projects to be funded under the National Safe Skies Alliance’s new Program for Applied Research in Airport Security (PARAS). PARAS is an industry-driven, applied research program that develops near-term practical solutions to security problems faced by airport operators. It is administered by Safe Skies in coordination with AAAE, ACC, ACI-NA, and A4A, and is modeled after the Airport Cooperative Research Program of the Transportation Research Board. Schulz was selected as the chair of the Safe Skies Oversight Committee last month and presided over the selection panel. The project announcements and solicitation for project panelists should be announced within the next few weeks.
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Faith Group LLC adds Will as CAD/BIM technician; Lowry for project scheduling and controls
Carl Will has been working in the architecture/construction industry for the past 4 years and has experience in CAD, BIM modeling, cost estimating and security and special systems design. Mark Lowry will serve in a newly-created position at Faith Group and will be based out of the Minneapolis office. He brings more than 20 years of experience in CPM scheduling, business analysis, business process reengineering and project management across several sectors including the aviation industry. Mr. Lowry’s new position as the Project Scheduler/Controls will focus on Faith Group’s multiple on-going projects at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, as well as company-wide project scheduling and resource planning. Faith Group will also be offering CPM scheduling and schedule risk management as a service to future clients.
C&S Companies Jessica Mullen receives SWAAAE Presidents Award
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Jessica manages C&S’s Northern California aviation practice and our Sacramento office. She has nearly 15 years of experience with airport engineering and construction and has been involved in nearly 150 airport capital projects over the course of her career.
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ACC at FAC 2014
ACC exhibited at the Florida Airports Council (FAC) 45th Annual Conference and Exposition earlier this week in Jacksonville, Florida, where they visited with a number of ACC members and discussed issues affecting airport development in Florida and nationwide. Hosted this year by the Jacksonville Aviation Authority, this event is the largest single-state aviation conference in the nation. Over 550 national and regional consultants, airport representatives, Department of Transportation (DoT) and FAA state aviation representatives attended the four-day event.
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