2020 Spring Webinar Resources

Ensure Business Continuity with Deferred Maintenance Strategies

Thursday, May 7, 2020 | 10:00 -11:00 CST


Business continuity includes taking care of what you have, which may include empty or unoccupied facilities. A proactive approach to corrective maintenance can help address issues before they become maintenance emergencies.

This webinar will share:

      • Maintenance considerations associated with unoccupied facilities
      • Strategies to address deferred maintenance
      • The role of facility condition assessments in corrective maintenance planning
      • How to build a “flywheel” to advance deferred maintenance funding during a volatile economic climate
      • Q&A
      • Additional Resources


Slide deck from May 7, 2020 presentation, 2020 Performa CM Webinar Flywheel May 2020




Matthew Marek, P.E., LEED AP

Principal / Vice President of Capital Strategies

Hollis Linehan, LEED AP

Director of Design-Build Services

Mr. Marek has over 18 years of experience providing electrical engineering design services, facilities management and engineering project management. Matt demonstrates a unique approach to design by connecting facilities operation and management with facility design and construction. He has a passion for helping organizations and facility managers build philosophies, systems and data to allow those organizations to effectively manage their facility’s capital assets. Aside from Matt’s engineering experience, he has led and executed numerous Corrective Maintenance plans, as well as, comprehensive Operations and Maintenance plans tailored to the appropriate management style for the organization. Throughout Matt’s career, he has led and executed complete electrical systems design for higher education, healthcare, corporate, and manufacturing facilities. What Matt finds most rewarding is developing new facility design and management philosophies with clients and seeing the positive impact. Hollis is a visionary leader and innovative problem solver with a wealth of experience in design-build delivery, sustainable buildings, and mechanical and electrical systems applications. He is a highly experienced operations level leader with a demonstrated ability to assemble and lead diverse teams of professionals to exceed the expectations of clients’ business goals. His outgoing personality, his dedicated mentoring of younger staff members and his unwavering commitment to quality control are important attributes in his role. Hollis is a nationally recognized champion of sustainable and cost-effective building solutions, having completed projects throughout the U.S. and internationally.
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Bachelor of Science/2001/Electrical Engineering
Registered Professional Engineer: AZ, CA, FL, GA, IL, IN, MA, ME, MI, MO, MS, NH, NM TX, WI
LEED Accredited Professional (BD+C)
Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities)
Engineering Minnesota, 2017 Vol. 52 No. 10
The Unique Story Of Hollis Linehan
“Without a formal engineering education or license, he has still risen to the top of the consulting business.”
United States Green Building Council
American Council of Engineering Companies, Risk Management
Committee Member