Tim Burdge, MSFM, FMP
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Tim Burdge, MSFM, FMP

Syska Hennessy Group
National Cannabis Practice Area Co-Lead
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Company Bio
Syska works with start-ups, micro-businesses and independents to large Multi-State Operators in the Cannabis industry, designing and engineering building systems for cultivation, extraction, testing, and dispensary facilities. Rising demand, in turn, has led to a need for higher bud yields, which are best achieved through indoor cultivation. To maximize the indoor yields while maintaining brand consistency and profitability, cannabis cultivation facilities are adopting better environmental controls. And that’s where mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design comes into play. With several variables that can impact your cannabis operations, such as lighting, temperature, humidity control, vapor pressure deficit-(VPD), fire protection, and infrastructure capacity, you need an MEP engineering partner by your side with the right technical skillset and experience to help guide the design of your facility infrastructure. Syska Hennessy Group has the background and expertise in the cannabis sector to develop an MEP design that can support higher yields, greater efficiency, and consistency in terpene profiles – all of which increase your revenues.
Personal Bio
Timothy has over 15 years of experience in facilities management. His ongoing objective is to deliver high-performance buildings that are cost-effective, reliable, secure, scalable, sustainable, and maintainable. At Syska he works on projects across multiple industries, including industrial, life sciences, critical facilities workplace and cannabis. Timothy also serves as a certified instructor for the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). In this capacity he educates FM professionals on core competencies and key principles for the industry and helps them achieve their professional development goals. In 2019 he received the organization’s Associate Member Award of Excellence. This annual award is presented to one member who has provided “outstanding contributions to the facility management profession and the development of IFMA.”