Audrey Schultz

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Professor Construction/Facilities Management aschul47@pratt.edu 212.647.7764 p Manhattan Campus, Manhattan 4th fl

Current Course Listing (20)

20/FA-CM-9401-01 Internship I (1 Credit)

21/SP-CM-9401-01 Internship I (1 Credit)

21/SP-CM-9402-01 Internship I (2 Credit)

20/FA-CM-9402-01 Internship I (2 Credit)

20/FA-CM-9403-01 Internship I (3 Credit)

21/SP-CM-9403-01 Internship I (3 Credit)

21/SP-FM-632-01 Project Management

21/SP-FM-690C-01 Facilities Management Research

20/FA-FM-737-01 Facility Assessment & Strategic Planning

20/FA-FM-798-01 Demonstration of Professional Competency

21/SP-FM-798-01 Demonstration of Professional Competency

21/SP-FM-799-01 Demonstration in Progress

20/FA-FM-799-01 Demonstration in Progress

20/FA-FM-9701-01 Internship

21/SP-FM-9701-01 Internship

21/SP-FM-9702-01 Internship

20/FA-FM-9702-01 Internship

20/FA-FM-9703-01 Internship

21/SP-FM-9703-01 Internship

21/SP-REP-632-01 Project Management

Education

Ph.D. Built Environment, Concentration in Lean Facilities Management, University of Salford, UK; M.S. Architecture, Concentration in Construction Management, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; B.S. Interior Design, Marymount University, Member IFMA, Lean Construction Institute, Workplace Evolutionaries (WE), ASC, CIB and CMAA.

Biography

Dr. Schultz has managed people and projects for over 37 years. She has held positions as an interior designer, facilities manager, project and construction manager, and responsibilities for design and construction inspections and building commissioning services on large US federal government and military programs. In conjunction with 13 years in academia: teaching construction management at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo, CA. Currently, Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Facilities Management, Construction Management and Real Estate Practice program, New York. Where she holds leadership positions on the Pratt Academic Senate and is a member of school and institute level committees and initiatives. Dr. Schultz received her PhD in the Built Environment from The University of Salford, Salford, England concentrating on lean visual management technologies in facilities management. She has international research and publishing experience in lean, visual management, value in facilities management, BIM, and PPP’s (Public Private Partnerships) in regenerating local communities. She is a member of IFMA, IFMA/WE (Workplace Evolutionaries), LCI, NFMT and on the CMAA Metro NY/NJ Chapter Board as Director of the Student Outreach Committee.