Director, Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
Jobst Hall 141
Greg Faulkner is the Director of the Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Center at Bradley University. His primary responsibility is to prepare and help small business to participate in the procurement process that supports government administrative and building operations.
Prior to coming to Bradley University Greg worked for the Appalachian Regional Commission in Washington DC. Greg managed the Infrastructure and Energy program in seven of the thirteen Appalachian states and managed various special projects focused on energy efficiency, sustainable communities and reforestation to name a few.
Greg also worked for local government in Columbus and Dayton Ohio. In Columbus Greg worked in economic development to improve depressed neighborhoods and revitalize commercial corridors leading into the downtown. He also worked in the Office of Construction Management as a project manager and administered the procurement code to acquire professional and construction services.
In Dayton Greg held a position at CityWide Development Corporation, a non-profit development arm for the City of Dayton, where he worked on several urban revitalization projects in residential and commercial districts. Projects included transforming entire neighborhood streetscapes to adaptive reuse of existing commercial buildings for residential and commercial purposes.
Greg holds a Masters degree in Urban Administration and a Bachelors degree in Urban Affairs from Wright State University. He also holds accreditation from the Green Building Certification Institute as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional, (LEED-AP).