Patrick G. Findlay – Assistant Director, Facilities and Logistics Services Division
Patrick G. Findlay, P.E., is a senior executive with more than 35 years of experience in leadership, design and construction, real estate, and installation management. He has overseen a real property portfolio of more than 90 million square feet in support of the Department of Defense, U.S. Intelligence Community, and Department of Justice.
As assistant director, Mr. Findlay leads the Bureau’s facilities, real estate, and logistics services organization, supporting FBI Headquarters, 56 field divisions nationwide, and 65 legal attaché offices overseas. He is responsible for acquiring specialized real estate facilities to support FBI missions such as counterterrorism, intelligence, cyber, etc. In the last decade, Mr. Findlay increased Bureau Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) access to provide seating for more than 14,000 FBI national security staff. He established the FBI field office acquisition program, which has housed 45 of the FBI’s 56 field divisions in fully secure, consolidated space—the federal government’s largest build-to-suit office leasing program. He supervises some 500 personnel engaged in mission support and real estate, with an annual $800 million operating budget.
Mr. Findlay is a 1975 graduate of the United States Military Academy (USMA), West Point, and was commissioned into the Army Corps of Engineers. His first assignments were as a platoon leader and then assistant division engineer in the 82nd Airborne Division. He was later an engineer company commander at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; an operations officer with the 44th Engineer Battalion in Korea; and an assistant professor at USMA.
Mr. Findlay has served as the director of public works for the 1st Infantry Division in Würzburg, Germany; the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland; the 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Casey in Korea; and Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He also has served as a senior leader in the Army Corps of Engineers’ New York, Baltimore, Jacksonville, and Pittsburgh districts.
Mr. Findlay has earned a Master of Real Estate degree from Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Public Administration degree from American University, Master of Science degrees in both civil and mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Master of Science degree in engineering management from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the Army Airborne, Ranger, and Pathfinder courses. Mr. Findlay is a professional engineer, licensed in Virginia since 1979. He is vice chairman of the Urban Land Institute’s Public Development Infrastructure Council and is a member of the Building Owners and Managers Association’s National Advisory Council.
A partial listing of awards for Mr. Findlay include the Legion of Merit (1997 and 2000); the Director of Public Works Executive of the Year Award (1997 and 1999); the Army Engineer Association DeFleury Medal (1997); the USMA Class of 1926 Award; and the USMA Clifton Carroll Carter Award (1975).