Albert Antelman, RA, RIS
                               Senior Fellow

Al Antelman is a licensed architect in the state of California and a graduate of California State Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo. Mr. Antelman holds both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in architecture and has worked for 33 years as an architect and government official with the US Air Force and Navy. Prior to retiring in 2010, Mr. Antelman was the principal investigator for facilities management and sustainment issues at the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center , Port Hueneme, California. He is known as "the father of Mission Dependency Indexing."




                      Donald R. Uzarski, PhD, PE, RIS
                                 Senior Fellow


Dr.Uzarski earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. civil engineering degrees from the University of Illinois. He has 35 years of facility asset management experience. He is the past-Chair of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Facilities Management Committee and a member of several other national committees. He has authored over 60 publications. His awards include the CERL Researcher of the Year 1990 and the ASCE Government Civil Engineer of the Year 1991. Don is a retired Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer and a retired Principal Investigator for the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL).  He also was a VP with Unity, Inc. His work at CERL earned him the honorary title: "father of the BUILDER Sustainment Management System."
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Anyone interested in the Instituteís purpose, vision, goals, and core values may become a Member of the Institute by applying for membership and paying the required fee and annual dues. There are six membership categories: Senior Fellow, Honorary Senior Fellow, Fellow, Associate, Young Professional, and Student. The long-term, strategic management of the Institute is vested in an Executive Advisory Council (EAC), comprised of the Senior Fellows whose brief resumes appear below.

                     James B. Clayton, PE, RIS

                                Director/Senior Fellow


Jim Clayton is a Registered Professional Engineer, holds an MSEE from the University of Michigan, and has worked 44 years as a facilities engineer, plant operations manager, business executive, government official, and private consultant to public agencies and commercial owners. In 1984, following a distinguished career in the Navy Civil Engineer Corps, he joined Kaiser Engineers, Inc. as Operations Manager for the firmís Northern Virginia office.  Later, he served as Vice President of two other engineering & management consultant firms, and subsequently founded UNITY, Inc. where he was President from 1996 - 2007.
                         John "Jack" Feola, PE, MBA, MSCE, RIS
                                      Senior Fellow


Mr. Feola is a Registered Professional Engineer, holds a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from Villanova University and has completed postgraduate studies at the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania, Catholic University, George Washington University and American University. He has worked 40 years as a facilities engineer, business executive, government official, and private consultant to public agencies and commercial owners. Mr. Feola has extensive experience in facilities engineering and management, planning, project management, civil engineering design, environmental engineering design, housing design, construction, maintenance engineering, maintenance management and operations, utilities engineering, housing management, and real estate management.