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Ray Steeb, Founder, President and CEO of eFacility (formerly FASTTAC), has worked on this project from its inception when it began as a research project at Carnegie Mellon University. Ray is a twenty-eight year veteran of the construction industry having been Vice President and General Manager of the Pittsburgh Office of Turner Construction Company and President of his own commercial construction and program management companies from 2002 to 2007.
Ray began his career in field supervision on projects ranging in value from $3 million to $150 million where he obtained various levels of project responsibility. He then moved into middle management where he had total responsibility for profit and loss at the project level. Ray became the VP and General Manager of Turner’s Pittsburgh office in late 1997 where he took on P & L responsibility for the business unit. This unique experience in field operations, project management, and business unit leadership provides eFacility with the insight and guidance of an industry insider providing solutions that address the specific challenges and risks of the construction industry.
Ray‘s considerable construction experience includes responsibility for projects such as the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA; One Mellon Bank Center, Pittsburgh, PA; UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA; Penn State University’s Information Science and Technology Center, State College, PA; Alcoa Corporate Headquarters, Pittsburgh, PA; O’Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh, PA; Federal Courthouse, Buffalo, NY; Buffalo Airport, Buffalo, NY; and Johnson and Johnson research facility, Rochester, NY.
Ray holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Penn State University, a Professional Engineers License in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business.
Carly Braden runs the service department of eFacility. She is responsible for ensuring each individual customer project is uploaded correctly and quickly. Along with our QAQC for every project, she also trains any new project manager. She has been with the company since 2012 when we were named Fasttac. Prior to working here, she worked in the customer service industry at Aspinwall Beans and Cream.
Carly holds a B.S. in Psychology from Allegheny College. In her free time, she enjoys playing with her toddler and spending time with her husband. She also enjoys trying out new recipes of all kinds and traveling!
Emil runs the Marketing Department at eFacility. He is responsible for building and maintaining client relationships. Along with all the marketing information that is sent out, his greatest challenge is having facility directors understand they can use all the engineering documents in the field without destroying them. Prior to joining eFacility, Emil worked as an Expansion Consultant for Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity and built two chapters at Washington and Lee University, and Illinois State University.
Emil holds a B.A. in Sociology from Washington & Jefferson College. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, video games, and being outdoors as much as possible.
Michelle works in the Service Department of eFacility. She is responsible for building new client projects and maintaining existing client projects in our GridPro (formerly Fasttac) document software. She also manages special projects, which include scanning, equipment tagging, and managing facility information, using alternate computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) and document management software. Her focus is the challenge of organizing large complex sets of facility information into usable and accessible data. Prior to joining eFacility, Michelle worked in commercial construction as a project engineer, renovating historical buildings, multi-family, hospitality, and event center projects.
Michelle holds a BS in Civil Engineering and an MEng in Construction Management from the University of Michigan. In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and being outdoors.