BRAVO! Welcomes Mark Gimbl As Portfolio Manager for Life Sciences Clients

December 28, 2018

BRAVO! Group Services, one of the largest, privately-held facility solutions companies in the country, has hired Mark Gimbl as Portfolio Manager supporting our Life Sciences clients.

Mark comes to BRAVO! with over 12 years of experience in various project and facilities management positions.  His background includes serving as Facilities Manager & Fire Safety Director at Barclays, where he managed multiple locations consisting of office space and critical data centers.

Prior to Barclays, Mark served as Director of Facilities for an IFM company, overseeing a public-school district in Philadelphia and a special needs education center.  Preceding this position, he worked as a Facility Manager at Astra Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, where he maintained GMP standards at the North American headquarters and manufacturing facility.  Mark has also dedicated his time since 1991 to serve as a Firefighter/EMT.  He actively participated in the World Trade Center rescue and recovery efforts on 9/11.

“It is not often that you find an individual as well-qualified as Mark, who brings to BRAVO! exceptional  management and procedural experience,” commented Frank S. Wardzinski, Chief Operating Officer.  “As our business continues to grow and expand nationally, Mark’s professionalism and streamlined approach to optimal operations will make a positive contribution to BRAVO!’s excellence in customer service and leadership position  in the industry.

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