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Thomas F. Trabert, AIA

Global Facilities Management Consultant, Registered Architect, Project Manager 





7+ Years in Facilities Management Consulting

with Cinteger LLC


10+ years in direct Facility Management with GlaxoSmithKline


13+ years in

Architectural Practice





B.S. Architecture

University of Detroit





Registered Architect

North Carolina






American Institute

 of Architects




International Facility Management Association



Member IFMA

Academic Facilities Council



Thomas F. Trabert, AIA, leads team-based program initiatives drawing on over thirty years of experience in corporate facilities and real estate portfolio management, project management, building design and construction, tenant upfit, facilities operations, change leadership, and service-provider outsourcing. Tom’s rich experience in regulation-intensive industries and diverse skills in leading professional teams prepares him well for his innovative and detailed approach to solving a wide variety of client needs across multiple industries.


Tom co-founded Cinteger LLC, a Global Facility Management consulting firm in 2005 to serve clients through an integrated multi-disciplinary approach. As Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer, Tom has overall responsibility for business development, project delivery, HR, finance, legal and P&L. Tom’s clients are global companies and universities headquartered in North America and Europe.


As Program Leader, Tom provided strategic project leadership for development of the global Strategic Facility Master Plan for an international biotechnology firm which assessed the 10-year forecast need for offices, manufacturing, research labs, large scale development labs and Pilot Plants. The results informed the Capital Planning process and provided the framework for the firm’s 10-year master plan.


As Primary Consultant and Client Representative, Tom led a multi-firm team engaged by the CEO to relocate a client’s world-wide headquarters from Toronto, Ontario Canada to Research Triangle Park, NC. The scope of work included identifying lease options, negotiating the lease terms including tenant upfit allowance, programming space requirements, and then hiring firms to design, build and outfit the space within program, schedule and budget requirements.


As head of General Maintenance and Projects for GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) three NC campuses totaling 4.1MM square feet, Tom led customer-focused teams responsible for ensuring the building appearance, furniture and furnishings met the executive team’s expectation for facility functionality and quality. Work included budget planning for individual projects and annual operating expenditures for each campus.


Tom led the renewal and development of an 18-month old Global Operations PMO (Program Management Office). The Design Team redefined the end-to-end project delivery process and established the process for managing the enterprise-wide project portfolio. This effort directed the Senior Leadership Team’s governance activities and provided Operations Project Managers with the detailed processes and tools to manage project risk, execute project governance, and effectively and consistently deliver trackable business benefits.


During 13 years in private architectural practice, Tom programmed and designed a variety of building types including the main office for the Duke University Federal Credit Union and analytical laboratory facilities for the NC Department of Agriculture.


Tom is a Published Author contributing two articles on Project Management and Change Leadership to the Encyclopedia of Quality and Statistics published by John Wiley & Sons, London 2007.


Tom earned his bachelor of science degree in architecture at the University of Detroit and attended the Institute for Change Leadership delivered by American University at GlaxoSmithKline. Tom is a Registered Architect in North Carolina and Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and IFMA’s Academic Facilities Council (AFC).