Joe RayburnDirector of Sales at Building Solutions
Joe Rayburn is Director of Sales at Building Solutions, responsible for new sales and business development. He brings over 20 years of sales and business development experience in the A/E/C industry. Having come from a consultative background, he is well-versed in the many facets of delivering complex projects and effectively communicating those solutions to our clients. Joe has spoken to varying groups similar to CFX and leads our COVID-19 response team.
Kevin FolsomDirector of Special Projects at Building Solutions
Kevin Folsom is the Director of Special Projects at Building Solutions. He was formerly the Director of Operations at Trinity Christian Academy (an independent school in Dallas, TX), holding that position since 2013. Before that he had a 25-year stint at Dallas Theological Seminary. Kevin is a long time member and devoted member of APPA, one of the founders of the DFW chapter, and is currently the Chair of the APPA Standards and Code Council. He is now a CEFP (Certified Education Facility Professional), the highest designation awarded by APPA. Kevin has spoken to varying associations like CFX and has been instrumental in the creation and development of our COVID-19 initiatives.
Where to Put My Facilities Money? COVID-19 Changes that Stick
Within the past year, faith-based institutions have completed many varied accommodations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: improving indoor air quality, changes in cleaning/sanitation procedures, staffing adjustments, creative space utilization, technological adaptation, and the list goes on. There isn’t a true one-size-fits-all approach as every institution is different.
In this session, facilities industry leaders will discuss the following with you:
- Discuss lessons learned utilizing recent research and experience
- Highlight the trends showing where leadership may consider their financial commitment to permanent changes
- Present strategies for preparing a safe environment for church staff, members, and guests as a result of COVID-19