Tina BreckenfeldFounder of Building Burro
Tina Breckenfeld graduated from Texas A&M University in 1995. Following graduation, she managed the facilities at Fossil Headquarters during its highest growth and went on to manage a private company that held offices in Oregon and Texas. Most recently she was the Director of Facilities for Catholic Charities of Dallas and was responsible for a fleet and 10 various properties (Senior Apartments, Covid Active Hotel, Preschool, Recreation Center, Food Pantries, and Corporate Office). Tina’s 25 years of experience in facility management in the public, private and non-profit sectors have provided her with a wealth of knowledge about how all types of businesses manage their facilities.
Tina’s faith is the motivating factor behind her decision to create Building Burro. She discovered that in most situations, small business owners and non-profits do not have the ability to hire a full-time facility manager. Her background and established history with vendors allow her to provide shared services among many companies and non-profits without the additional headcount and expense.
How Can I Stop Chasing Facility Problems?
This is for churches who do not have a facility manager and feel they are drowning in facility issues. Do you hire a facility manager? What would a facility manager accomplish for you? What if it is not in your budget and how to move forward?
1 – Creating a Facilities To-Do List
2 – Discovering What Freebies Are Available
3 – How You Can Benefit from Your Vendors
4 – Staying Ethical and Being a Good Steward of the Congregation’s Money