Matt StieneSenior Vice President, Construction and Facility ServicesNovant Health
Matt Stiene is the senior vice president of construction and facility services for Novant Health where he oversees aviation; design and construction; facility master planning; land use planning; construction logistics; medical equipment planning; environmental sustainability, and energy management; property management; and plant engineering across a multi-state health system. He has also held facility management, engineering, and project management positions with Fellenzer Engineering, and Mecklenburg County.
Matt is a licensed professional engineer in NC, SC, VA, GA, and NY, Additionally he is a certified Healthcare Facility Manager, certified Healthcare Constructor and a certified Facility Manager. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Clarkson University and his graduate degree in fire protection engineering from the University of Maryland.
Matt has a 20-year history of solid accomplishments and excels developing high-performing teams, creating metrics to track performance for continuous improvement, developing and implementing infrastructure capital renewal plans, developing facility and land use master plans, and developing and implementing energy reduction strategies.
Active in his profession and the community, Matt is a past-president of the International Facility Management Association, Charlotte chapter, a member of the American Society of Healthcare Engineers, the North Carolina Healthcare Engineers Association and a professional member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. He serves the community as a member of the Town of Harrisburg Fire Advisory Board, Cubmaster for Pack 173, as well as a youth baseball coach for the Town of Harrisburg.
Past positions at Novant Health:
• Vice President, Construction and Engineering 2019 -2020
• Vice President, Engineering 2017-2019
• Senior Director, Plant Engineering 2011-2017
Session Participation:SPEAKER: Rethinking Community Health: The Future of Rural and Suburban Healthcare