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|Chairman Linda W Cropp at the request of the
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION IN THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Chairman Cropp, at the request of the Mayor, introduced the following resolution, which
was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.
To confirm the Mayoral appointment of Mr. Kenneth R. Kimbrough as the Chief Property
Management Officer for the District of Columbia
RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited
as the "Chief Property Management Officer Confirmation Resolution of 1998".
Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:
Mr. Kenneth R. Kimbrough
1535 North Colonial Court
Arlington, Virginia 22209
as the Chief Property Management Officer, in accordance with section 2 of
the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979, (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Code, sec.
1-633.7) to serve at the pleasure of the Mayor of the District of Columbia.
Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of
this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.
Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.
KENNETH R. KIMBROUGH
1535 N. C Colonial Court, Arlington, Virginia 22209
Home (703) 351-0899 Fax (703) 351-5842
Senior executive with an expertise in real estate operations and development in the
private and public sectors. Recognized specialist in corporate asset management and
Highly successful in creating new business opportunities and turning around existing
operations. Frequent speaker and lecturer on the Federal Government real estate program
and public/private initiatives.
KENNETH KIMBROUGH AND ASSOCIATES, Arlington, VA
President, 1996 Present
- Provide consulting services to the real estate industry on facility operations
outsourcing training and operating system selection. Provide strategic planning and
guidance on effective responses to the Federal Government's real estate oulsourcing
initiatives for companies seeking to respond to those opportunities.
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA), Washington, DC
Senior Advisor to the Administrator, 1995-1996
- Managed the transfer of responsibility from the Pennsylvania Avenue Development
Corporation (PADC) to the General Services Administration including current development
and construction of the 3.1 million square foot Federal Triangle Building.
Commissioner Public Buildings Service, 1993-1995
- Managed the 280 million square foot real estate portfolio that provided housing for one
million Federal government employees and generated annual revenue exceeding $5 Billion.
This Government-run business was comparable to a Fortune 200 corporation.
- Completed a reinvention and re-engineering of the Public Building Service; streamlined
organization by 18 percent from 10,000 employees to 8,200. Executed the first
reorganization of the Public Buildings Service in its 40 year history. Led a
re-engineering of business processes significantly improving productivity and performance
by replacing antiquated labor-intensive processes and systems.
- Saved $1.4 Billion on new construction by re-examining all current projects and
developing new cost estimates based on a conservative forecast of outcomes.
- Administered the services of GSA to support the Navy Army & Air Force for military,
properties identified in the Base Closure and Realignment Acts (BRAC); to include
environmental historical appraisal legal political and public benefits analysis to allow
Local Redevelopment Authorities the rapid reuse of properties for economic development.
ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois
General Manager Real Estate, 1987-1993
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, New York, New York
Project Manager, 1983-1987
Manager, Corporate Project Management, 1980-1984
- Provided performance audits for $2 Billion in new construction activities and reported
status to senior executives. Developed procedures, guidelines, and formats for all
corporate project reviews that identified and reduced corporate overruns and enabled
projects to be completed on time.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER REALTY CORPORATION, New York, New York
President, Interrealty Richmond, subsidiary of International Paper
- Directed project planning, financial analysis, site development, and marketing
activities associated with a wholly-owned development subsidiary and 200-acre residential
- Previously, as Director of Land Development, supervised mixed-use planning, packaging,
and development/disposition program for corporate real estate holdings of over 12,000
acres in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, North Carolina, and Vermont.
THE WOODLANDS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, Houston, Texas
Project Director, Community Development, 1974-1976
- Established and procedures required for corporate compliance with the the development
plan and contractual agreement between Woodlands Corporation and HUD's office of New
Community Development. Managed the project's $50 Million security pool of 18,000 acres of
developed and undeveloped real estate holdings.
RIVERTON PROPERTIES INC., Henrietta, New York
Project Director, Social Programs & Facility Development Division and
Assistant to the President, 1972-1974
- Developed and defined projects to assure that social goals tied to the HUD Title Vll New
Community program were delivered. Directed planning, development, and construction
activities for 36 town houses built as moderate income housing for the Riverton New
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY, Houston, Texas
Project/District Engineer, 1968-1970
- Project Engineer with the responsibilities for turn-key delivery of new gas well
hook-ups to CONOCO's Louisiana gas system. Promoted to District Engineer for the
Lake Charles Louisiana Gas System and the Gillis Gasoline plant, responsible for oversight
of the routine maintenance and repair of the 200 mile buried pipeline gathering and
MBA, Finance, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 1972
BS, Industrial Engineering, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater,
- International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE)
- Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
- International Development Resources Council (IDRC)
- Previously a member of the Advisory Board for the Civil Engineering Research Foundation
and the BOMA-NAC
HONORS, AWARDS and COMMUNITY SERVICE
- Fellow of Leadership Greater Chicago, 1992
- President and Chairman of the Board, Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theater,
- Appointed to Senior Executive Service and Commissioner, Public Building Service for
The United States General Services Association, 1993
- Treasurer and Board Member, RCA, World Service Organization, 1996 to present
- Oklahoma State University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award, 1997