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|Chairman Linda W. Cropp
At the request of the Mayor
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION IN THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
To confirm the appointment of Mr. Timothy F. Dimond to the Redevelopment Land Agency Board of Directors.
RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "Redevelopment Land Agency Board of Directors Timothy F. Dimond Confirmation Resolution of 2001".
Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:
Mr. Timothy F. Dimond
as a member of the District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency Board of Directors, established by section 4 of the District of Columbia Redevelopment Act of 1945, approved August 2, 1946 (60 Stat. 790; D.C. Code §5-803), replacing Robert C. Walker, whose term ended March 22, 2000, for a term to end March 22, 2005.
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.
TIMOTHY F. DIMOND
4609 Old National Pike, Mt Airy, Maryland 21771
More than 15 years of professional management experience in serving corporate and institutional clients in both commercial real estate and facilities management, with particular expertise in:
A seasoned executive with an extensive background in administration, planning, negotiation and operations. An assertive leader with foresight, attention to detail and decision-making ability, with strong oral and written skills. Recognized in the real estate industry as a proven professional and leader. President of Washington Chapter of the Real Estate Management.
US Office Products - Washington D.C.
Responsible for performing as the key Real Estate Manager for the company's portfolio consisting of approximately 330 owned and leased locations. Direct the overall strategic Real Estate and Facilities Department to optimally meet financial and operational goals of the company including; lease/ real estate negotiations, project management and short/long-term property-use strategies. Responsible for managing and evaluating Transaction Management Team. Responsibility for internal reporting relationship with senior executive staff and acting as point of contact with other operating companies. Manages and reviews all financial analysis and documentation necessary for transaction processing. Analyze current and future space needs, recommend solutions and assume leadership role with respect to site selection, lease/sale negotiations in keeping with company objectives. Develop, analyze and maintain a benchmarking process to determine internal operation performance to internal goals as well as market and industry standards. Work closely with legal department in all lease reviews and matters that require attorney approval. Responsible for identifying and presenting solutions for compliance to federal and state regulatory issues which include environmental, occupancy, zoning, hazardous materials, OSHA and code requirements
CARRAMERICA REALTY CORPORATION/CARR REAL ESTATE SERVICES, INC., Washington, D.C.
Management and responsibility of administration, operations and overall performance of a real estate/facilities portfolio, valued in excess of $200 million, consisting of nine properties totaling over a million-and-half square feet of office and corporate user buildings. Prepared, managed and analyzed annual business plans, operating and capital budgets (in excess of $22 million), and quarterly performance forecasts. Oversight of risk management and security policies for locations including ensuring the use of approved equipment and procedure used to minimize risk.
Procured, negotiated and managed all goods and service contracts for the portfolio. Management anti administration for all leases, records and contracts and reviewed leases during negotiations. Developed and implemented administrative and operational policies and procedures. Established and responsible for profit and loss of business center with 30 employees, consisting of engineering, maintenance and on-site administrative staff.
DRAPER & KRAMER, Hanover, MD (1994-1996)
Responsible for the operation and overall performance of the Washington, D.C., regional office of Draper & Kramer (Chicago, Illinois) valued in excess of $150 million. Responsibilities included development of annual business and operating plans and budgets (in excess of $20 million), and the development and implementation of administrative and operating procedures and guidelines, including developing request for proposals for construction tracking procedures and evaluations of architects, engineers and contractors. Monitored, analyzed and reported all financial matter for operations. Performed audits and represented owner interests in lease negotiations. Responsible for all procurement, negotiation and preparation of all contracts for goods and services provided.
THE CAREY WINSTON CO./COMPASS MANAGEMENT & LEASING, Washington, D.C. (1991-1994)
Management of performance and operations of a portfolio in excess of a million square and half square feet valued in excess of $200 million, consisting of office and corporate buildings. Responsible for all engineering and administrative staff on site. Administered and managed all improvements and capital construction. Prepared and managed annual operating and capital budgets for portfolio (in excess of $25 million). Procured, negotiated and managed all goods and service contracts for the portfolio. Management and administration for all leases, records and contracts. Analyzed and reported on all financial matters to owners. Responsible for all risk management and security for all sites. Evaluated properties for efficiencies, cost analysis, alternative use, and acquisition.
Selected Accomplishments : Maintained a tenant retention rate of 95%. Consulted and assisted in successful negotiations for leases in excess of 500,000 square feet. Procured and supervised office construction and renovation projects in excess of $4,000,000. Developed bid specifications for service contracts and negotiated a 23% reduction in operating costs. Established procedures for tracking all construction projects, resulting in a 15% reduction in costs.
THE MARK WINKLER CO., Alexandria, VA (1989-1991)
Management and administration of a portfolio of a million-plus-square-feet office park valued in excess of $150 million, consisting of office and corporate headquarter buildings. Influential in establishing annual operating and capital budget systems, management plans and administrative policies and procedures for management division.
Developed and prepared detailed annual operating budgets (in excess of $18 million) and current and five-year capital budgets. Monitored, analyzed and reported on all financial matters for operations.
RED COATS, INC., Bethesda, MD (1987-1988)
Supervised eight regional managers and 67 commercial properties, including shopping centers, office buildings and hotels. Drafted operational budgets and analyzed income and expenses. Developed and initiated follow-up program for Maryland division.
SMITHY BRAEDON, INC., Washington, D.C. (1984-1987)
Managed a portfolio of office and corporate buildings consisting of a million-plus square feet valued in excess of $175 million. Supervised a seven-man engineering department. Prepared annual operating, and capital-expense budgets (in excess of $30 million). Prepared and analyzed and reviewed financial reports. Oversight for risk management and security for all locations.
Selected Accomplishments :
B.S. Degree, Barry University, Miami, FL
Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), President 2000 -2001
Married, two children. Excellent Health. Willing to travel.
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