MARK S. EVANKO
Principal – Engineer

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Years of Experience: 35
Areas of Specialization:

Business development, engineering, interface with clients

Education:

Lehigh University – B.S. Engineering

Fairleigh Dickinson University – M.B.A. Marketing,

University of Toledo – College of Law (attended)

Partnership Development:

AT&T Consulting, Deloitte, Agilysys, Accenture, IBM, Cisco, EMC, Dell, Mainline, Jacobs Engineering, Bechtel, OnX, Siemens, The Gartner Group

Professional Experience:

Mark S. Evanko, Principal, BRUNS-PAK

Mark is the principal and one of the original founders of BRUNS-PAK. BRUNS-PAK’s 37 year/5500+ project experiences in design/building high technology data center projects serve as the basis for the evolution of the ultra-reliable facility. Mr. Evanko continues to actively participate as a BRUNS-PAK project director integrating facilities with information systems in developing technically proficient solutions for the client.

Over the years, Mark has chaired BRUNS-PAK’s business partner affiliations with major computer manufacturers and other major Fortune 500 service providers including: Dell, Accenture, IBM, OnX, The Gartner Group, Mainline, Bechtel Verizon Business, Data Span, Mark Levin & Partners, Deloitte (Collaborations), Carter Validus, Vicom, SGI, Sine Nomine, SBC Consulting, and Cloudify. The business relationships have been founded on providing a technically proficient, ethical, and cost effective consulting service that avails the client to alternative “state of the art” solutions.

Mark’s personal background includes a Bachelor of Science from Lehigh University in Engineering, a Masters in Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and he attended The University of Toledo College of Law.  He graduated from Amerada Hess’ Corporate Management Engineering Program as well.

MARK EVANKO’S PAST SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:

  • AFCOM Spring Conferences – April 1997 to March 2016
  • AFCOM Fall Conferences – September 1997 to September 2015
  • National Facilities Management & Technology Conference – March 2004 – 2016 – Baltimore, MD
  • Critical Facilities Summit – October 2013 – September 2015, Charlotte, NC
  • AFCOM Symposium – March 2014
  • Datacenter Dynamics – March 2013 – New York, NY; July 2013 – San Francisco, CA
  • IBM’s IPR Conference – September 1997 – June 2013
  • Campus Technology Forum – Long Beach, CA – September 2011
  • ERAPPA – October 2010 – Pittsburgh, PA
  • National Facilities Management & Technology Webcast – April 2011
  • IBM SFS Workshop – May 2011
  • Honeywell Users Group – Scottsdale, AZ – June 2010
  • AFCOM Chapter Meeting – San Antonio, TX – February 2009; Boston, MA – May 2010
  • Ethernet Forum – San Jose, CA – February 2010
  • SHARE Conference – August 1997 to August 2009
  • Cogentes Webinar – Edison, NJ – July 2008
  • AFCOM Chapter Meeting – Western PA – September 2007; Toronto, Canada – February 2008
  • UCF CIO Coop WK GP – Innovation Session – Dec. 2007 – Orlando, FL
  • Uptime Institute – May 2007 – Houston, TX
  • Future Facilities Data Center Dynamics Conference – July 2007 – San Francisco, CA
  • Canadian IBM Tour – Data Centres and Ultra Reliability:  The Quest Continues – May 2006
  • 7×24 Exchange – Spring 2005 – Tempe, AZ; Sept. 2005 – Atlantic City, NJ
  • Server Blade Summit – March 2005 – Santa Clara, CA/April 2006 – Garden Grove, CA
  • IBM Canada’s Global Services Conference – February 2002/June 2005 – Toronto, Ontario
  • COMMON Fall Conference – October 1999 – San Antonio, TX
  • IBM’s PSS Complex Systems Solutions Forum – May-July 1999 – St. Louis, MO; Atlanta, GA; Dallas, TX; White Plains, NY
  • RISCON Conference – October 1998 – Denver, CO
  • IBM’s Managing S/390 Enterprise & Technical Show – September 1998 – Reno, NV
  • CMA Telecom Conference – November 1997 – New York, NY
  • National Managed Healthcare Congress – November 1997 – Los Angeles, CA
  • IBM Data Centers of the 90’s Technical Conference – September 1997 – Arlington, VA
  • POWERSYSTEMS WORLD – September 1997 – Baltimore, MD
  • Uninterruptible Uptime Users Group (7×24 Exchange) – Fall 1996 Conference – Seattle, WA

MARK EVANKO’S PAST SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:

UCF CIO Coop WK GP, Uptime Institute, Future Facilities Data Center Dynamics Conference, Canadian IBM Tours, Server Blade Summits, SHARE Conferences, NFM&T Conferences, 7×24 Exchange, AFCOM Conferences & Chapter Meetings, etc.


 

GORDON TINER
Director of Technical Applications

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Years of Experience: 37
Areas of Specialization:

Planning & construction of new facilities, retrofitting, renovation, upgrading existing operational facilities, supervision of architects and all engineering disciplines

Education:

University of Bridgeport, Rutgers University – Continuing Experience in Construction Management, Somerset County College – CADD

Professional Organizations:

ASHRAE, NFPA

Professional Experience:

Mr. Tiner has over 37 years of experience in planning and construction of facilities and improvements in a wide range of commercial and industrial projects and the last 30 years specializing in data center development. Mr. Tiner has extensive experience in retrofitting, renovating, and upgrading existing operational facilities while maintaining operational functions as well as developing new state of the art data center “greenfield” facilities. Current assignments include coordination and development of owner requirements from concept through construction completion. Mr. Tiner’s detailed knowledge of all trades provides valuable input during design development to ensure all field conditions are properly addressed.

Mr. Tiner’s experience includes supervision of architects and all engineering disciplines as well as a state-of-the-art REVIT and CADD design/drafting groups. Mr. Tiner’s in depth understanding of construction techniques enhances his ability to guide the design team to solutions that are constructable and cost effective. Similarly his knowledge of the technical characteristics and alternatives for high tech/highly reliable infrastructures allows him to translate the uptime requirements of the end user into the language of both manufacturers and trades. His skills allow for timely resolution of field conditions and the corresponding impact to work in progress before a crisis develops.

Mr. Tiner’s previous position as Manager of Plant Engineering for Roche Biomedical Laboratories (a subsidiary of Hoffmann-La Roche) further enhances his unique experience in the construction of technical facilities. In that capacity, Mr. Tiner was responsible for the maintenance operations and capital improvement program for the northeast region. The firm’s facilities encompassed technical laboratories, clean rooms, data processing and telecomm rooms and support offices.

Education:

University of Bridgeport

Rutgers University – Continuing Education in Construction Management

Somerset County College – CADD

Affiliations:

ASHRAE – American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers

NFPA – National Fire Protection Association