Lorelee A Wederstrom
As Director of Facilities and Capital Planning for the Academic Health Center, Lorelee has responsibility for the overall planning and development of facilities used in the teaching, research, service/outreach and administrative programs of the AHC—currently some 5.5 million square feet. These responsibilities include capital project planning and programming, space management and providing coordination of services with University’s Facilities Management. In addition, she is responsible for AHC Classroom Services and Research Building Services which provide administrative, consultative and technical support to educational and research facilities throughout the AHC. Lorelee plays a major role in supporting the lease relationships with several important tenants including the University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview and the University of Minnesota Physicians. Lorelee represents the Academic Health Center on numerous University committees related to capital planning, including the Capital Oversight Group, the Twin Cities Campus Master Plan, Rochester Campus Master Plan and the Subcommittee on Twin Cities Facilities and Support Services. She has played a key leadership role in developing various master plan scenarios for the Academic Health Center and the Clinical Campus Plan, which includes major development of both our new children's hospital facilities and a new ambulatory care clinic.
As Senior Facilities Planners, Brenda and Ann work with the schools on needs assessments, identification of project scope, space utilization and planning, project estimates and authorization. They provide project coordination between the internal groups of CPPM, U Construction, NTS, Central Security, FM District personnel; and external consultants and contractors.
|Richard Swedberg |
Rich is a Facilities Planner for the Academic Health Center. He is responsible for updating AHC and University space tracking databases; the production of floor plans and space reports; managing AHC space requests and the space resource tracking process; lease space tracking, documentation and process management; and managing the AHC storage space resources as part of the space request/resource process.
As Executive Assistant, Annette provides office management for the Office of Facilities and Capital Planning. In this role, Annette manages the director’s calendar, supports the facilities planners, and performs various administrative and accounting functions. She is also responsible for maintaining and improving the office’s project tracking database and developing reports, and works on special projects from database creation to mapping.
AHC Classroom Services
Peg is the Manager of Classroom & Planning Support Services. She works with AHC’s deans, administrators, and faculty to understand changes in pedagogy and facilitates the support of these changes through scheduling, facilities improvements and technology. She is also responsible for designing and developing planning and management resources for all service units within the AHC Office of Facilities.
Jacob is the Audio-Visual Technician for AHC CS. He provides on-the-spot technical support, training and recommendations for technology development.
As Coordinator, Amy interacts with staff throughout the AHC and broader University in locating appropriate space for curriculum and other programming.
Isaac is an Assistant Facilities Planner and ITV Distance Education Coordinator. He produces floor plans, graphics and reports for the AHC Office of Facilities and supervises student staff in Interactive Television Rooms for AHC Classroom Services.
AHC Research Building Management Services
As the Manager of Research Building Management Services, Paul's endeavors include Building Design/Operation/Maintenance Policy Decision-making, interface with AHC, Deans, Department Heads and Administrators and Faculty; service on enterprise-level committees; etc
The Assistant Managers' areas of responsibility include day-to-day operations, training and supervision of building coordinators and student information desk employees; interface with faculty; building residents, department offices; access & key approval; FM; DEHS and other U department personnel; work with user of conference rooms; order supplies; ISO, and other accounting duties; etc.
Core District: NHH, Jackson, MNMR, MCB, MCRB
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Biomedical Discovery District: LRB/MTRF, WMBB, CCRB (opeining 2013)
The Building Coordinators are responsible for managing the duties of the information desks, scheduling student hours and tasks, ordering basic supplies, maintaining copiers and film processors, providing basic accounting services, completing routine FM work orders, updating Central Security’s access system, and assigning keys.
NHH, Jackson & MNMR
MCB & MCRB
LRB/MTRF & WMBB