We are delighted to annouce the appointment of Colman Murphy as lecturer on the ILM FM Programme.  Colman has worked in Property Project and Facilities Management for nearly twenty years.  He has recently joined Xtra-vision as Senior Projects and Property Manager.  Currently he is working on changing the Standard Store Design and Standard Store Approval Process and on the maintainence process, changing to a sustainable condition based monitioring and preventative maintainence model.  He is actively involved in Upward Only Rent Review (UORR) respective legislation.

Colman is a results orented Corporate real estate and facilities director with extensive experience managing operations and and P&L for large and diverse facilities in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions.  Experienced in mission critical environments including corporate headquarters and data centre facilities.  Experienced in delivery of first class project, staff and vendor management.  He is recognized for delivering major capital and fast track projects on-schedule and within budget he has experience of meeting objectives by developing and leading winning project teams and driving efficency.  In addition he has vast experience in mergers and acquisitions. 

Colman has gained strategic experience from managing as a client, as a corporate service supplier and as a consultant.  Colman has worked in the following roles:  Corporate Real Estate Manager EMEA and APAC for McFee,  Facilities Manager for EMEA for Symantec, Senior Manager of Real Estate and Facilities UK and Ireland for eBay/Paypal, Corporate Facilities Manager head of department for Meteor Mobile Communications, Director of Facilities Sodexo UK and Ireland.  Colman is currently employed with Blockbuster Ireland as FM and Real Estate Consultant. 

Colman received MBA from UCD in 2003, Advanced Mgt Dip from UCD in 2002, MA in Technology from Trinity in 2000, BSc Operations Mgt from Trinity in 1998 and Dip in Mechanical Engineering from DIT in 1992.  He is also a member if IFMA and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS)