FEA welcomes Dorothy Scholnick as a staff professional in our Fairfax office. Dorothy just completed her Bachelor’s in Architecture/Facility Management from Temple University with a minor in Healthcare Management. Dorothy has had experience in both Construction Management and Facility Management through internships while attending school. She held leadership positions in the Student Chapter of IFMA at Temple, including being President during her Senior year. Welcome to the FEA team!
Dorothy Scholnick is a recent graduate of Temple University Honors College with a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture-Facilities Management with a minor in Healthcare Management. Her previous experience includes working as an intern with the Facilities Department at Temple University Hospital where she completed inspections of the campus totaling over 800,000 gross square feet for projects created to ensure compliance with Joint Commission standards. She managed and updated a preventative maintenance project to assist with document management within operations and maintenance. She has experience in the construction industry as a part time field engineer at A.P. Construction including work on 2 New Jersey Turnpike Authority projects across 3 sites totaling over $40,000,000. Her main responsibilities included managing the submittal procedures with internal and external team members to maintain schedule compliance. She has been a member of International Facility Management Association (IFMA) since 2013 in the Philadelphia Chapter and Capital Chapter. Past involvements with the Philadelphia Chapter of IFMA include holding the position of Student Liaison, attending World Workplace 2014 and 2016, and volunteering at numerous Chapter events. She has experience with involvement in Temple University Facilities Management Association (TUFMA) as Secretary and later President of the organization. She was awarded the Philadelphia Chapter Scholarship through the IFMA Foundation in October of 2016 and the Facility Management Capstone Award in May of 2016. She was also a designated peer mentor of the Temple University architecture department.