Inflection Points Apr 28, 2020

Managing Built Assets from Concept to Long-term Operations

Show Contributors: Stephen Ludwig, Nina Wollman, Steve Meininger

Inflection Points Episode 2

How can businesses and municipalities use asset management as a strategic part of their operations to control costs, increase efficiencies and mitigate risks? To find out, we asked?Nina Wollman, Jacobs Vice President and Global Director for Strategic Consulting and?Steve Meininger, Vice President – Global Operations Management and Facilities Services to elaborate in this episode of Inflection Points.

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In her role as the Global Director for Strategic Consulting at Jacobs,?Nina?Wollman?is focused on asset management, business management, economic advisory and business analytics, capital, financial and transaction advisory, and energy, resiliency, and sustainability solutions in all markets in the North America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and Asia Pacific. Personally, she specializes in providing strategic asset management transformation services to support client problem definition, decision-making and reductions in total cost of ownership. She assists a broad variety of clients in the evaluation of their operations, facilities and assets in order to develop strategic plans that provide clients with the tools to manage resources, limited or vast, in a measurable way.

As Vice President, Global Operations Management and Facilities Services at Jacobs,?Steve Meininger?leads operations, maintenance and related technical and advisory services delivered for clients at more 200 project sites. Services are provided for water and wastewater utilities, buildings and industrial facilities, public works and municipal infrastructure throughout North America and in several international locations. He brings nearly three decades of experience as an engineer, project manager and senior executive to his role, and he is active in the industry and nonprofit community – serving on the board for the National Association of Water Companies and the Leadership Council for Water for People.