Gilbane’s Transition Planning and Management group now has base of operations to serve clients locally in Kansas City, bringing a well-rounded perspective to the important task of relocating complex operations into a new space
Kansas City, MO – June 4, 2012 – Gilbane Building Company’s Transition Planning and Management consulting service is now providing services and expertise to clients in the Kansas City area. Led by Glen Miller, a 25-year veteran of relocation and transition services, and Julie Pruden, a 20-year veteran, Gilbane’s Kansas City TPM division recently completed a restack of the H&R Block Center and is currently working in conjunction with SFS Architectsfor the General Services Administration (GSA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on a 320,000-square-foot relocation project.
“We offer a well-rounded understanding of our clients’ projects from literally every major participant’s perspective,” said Miller, senior transition manager with Gilbane. “We provide our Kansas City clients with local presence and knowledge of the Kansas City market backed by the national experience and resources of Gilbane and Gilbane TPM. We have the capability to hold move vendor sub-contracts and create a single point of contact for the entire transition experience.”
Added Carolyn Pfude, Gilbane’s director of TPM, “We are pleased that establishing this office for Gilbane TPM can bring the expertise of our extensive national practice, and in particular the local experience of Glen and Julie, to clients in the Kansas City marketplace.”
Gilbane TPM has been providing transition consulting and move management services for over 16 years and has successfully completed projects involving over 30 million square feet of office, laboratory, healthcare, mission critical and retail space, specializing in large, complex, multi-phased projects. The group’s proven approach, process and deliverables focus on both the activation of the new facility and the transition of clients’ internal operations, staff and physical assets, while consistently meeting budget and schedule parameters.