Serves as the Facilities Operations Section (FOS) Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Program Manager with primary responsibility for overseeing the ICS Maintenance and Services Contract, which addresses the preventative and corrective maintenance of the ICS.
Ensures continued operation of the ICS to meet mission-critical needs, compliance with cybersecurity, energy, and utility policies outlined by the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Energy and other authoritative sources; and, conducts engineering analysis of projects, facilities, equipment, systems, new developments, to support energy conservation and utility management measures.
Conducts and/or coordinates surveys/audits of ICS to determine whether features are operating effectively, and if needed, improved to optimize performance and energy management. Writes technical Statement of Work documents for the repair or replacement of failed ICS and/or associated components and installation of new ICS systems including the integration into the central supervisory systems.
Plans and provides technical direction through the contract for the preventative maintenance activities of the ICS.
Oversees and promotes the program for the design, selection and implementation of industrial controls associated with new and modified/updated mechanical and electrical equipment for assimilation into the existing industrial control system, including appropriate control measures.
Capture/publishes lessons learned from the contract architectural and engineering consultant’s design and construction contractor’s submittals, making site inspections, evaluating current processes and proposed changes.
Establishes individual building energy profiles.
Utilizes energy and water consumption data, and greenhouse gas generation data to develop key performance indicators (KPI), such as Energy Use Intensity, Water Use Intensity, and greenhouse gas emissions. Benchmark KPIs against relevant sources.
Identifies, assesses and recommends feasible Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) for implementation, based on factors such as return on investment, life-cycle cost, or cost-benefit analyses.