Vancouver BC – (May 28, 2018) – BuiltSpace Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new members to the company’s Advisory Board, including Edward Horton, Chief Administrative Officer of NOAA, and the U.S. Department of Commerce.
“We are delighted to welcome these new Advisory Board Members to the BuiltSpace team,” said President and Founder Rick Rolston. “Edward is an accomplished administrator, currently operating the largest real-time environmental data collection system in the world, directly aligning with BuiltSpace’s sustainability vision.”
Edward Horton is a master administrator who has managed and coordinated international deals in a multitude of roles, including with the U.S. Government. Throughout his executive career, Edward has held leadership positions with the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Forces-Iraq, the U.S. Army, and the Pleasant City Community Development Corporation. He is currently the Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Facilities Officer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the US Department of Commerce. This includes overseeing a $265 million annual capital construction, utilities and security portfolio and is provides strategic direction for planning and operations management for five geographically dispersed sites in the US and the Pacific Islands.
Edward holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Montana, an MS in Human Resource Management from Troy State University, and a BS from the US Military Academy. He is a member of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Infrastructure Modernization Review Panel, the National Port Readiness Council, the Army CIO Executive Board and Pentagon Area IT Governance Council, and the Pentagon Security Advisory Group.
The other new BuiltSpace Technologies Advisory Board Members include:
For full profiles of all seven new board members, visit: http://builtspace.com/builtspace-advisors
About BuiltSpace Technologies: BuiltSpace brings digital point-of-service/sale processes, similar to the scan/bag/pay experience at retail checkouts, to the facilities services industry. We enable the collection of detailed, labour cost data, and service records across large facilities portfolios, and provide operators with visibility to all service providers, as the work is completed. Our growing ecosystem of facility operators and service providers already serves over 20,000 buildings. For more information, visit http://www1.builtspace.com/