The Good Control Room

May 13, 2024

Control rooms are essential for handling everything from traffic monitoring and managing airport facilities to building security surveillance and observing the power grid, water supply, and telephone networks. Join Jeff Willis and John Major to discover how ergonomic design transforms operator comfort, why robust security measures are more critical than ever, and what the future holds with technological advancements and data display.

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Featuring

Tully Mahoney

Tully Mahoney

With a background in Quantitative Economics, Tully brings a fresh perspective to Page's Storytelling team. She excels in simplifying complex ideas to make the architecture and engineering industry more accessible to a wider audience. As the host of Page’s Podcast, The Good Room, Tully dives into the narratives behind our built world and the minds that shape it. The podcast serves as her platform to help demystify the intricacies of design.

Jeff Willis

Jeff Willis

Jeffrey S. Willis is a project executive at Page with over 30 years of experience. As a principal and sector lead for the firm’s mission critical sector, Jeff is an industry thought leader specializing in designing complex mechanical systems for industrial-scale energy, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology clients. Throughout his career, Jeff has developed a deep portfolio of project experience, working collaboratively on projects while specializing in the management of project teams for complex facilities, including the design of unique energy-conserving systems focused on biosafety and petrochemical research laboratories, cGMP production suites, vivariums, and associated central utility plants. Jeff seeks out opportunities to improve resilience and sustainability in the built environment.

John Major

John Major

John is co-sector lead for the mission critical sector who brings over 30 years of industry experience. Throughout his career, John has managed the design of over 30 data centers, labs, and infrastructure facilities, accounting for more than $6B in construction throughout the United States. He has a proven track record of meeting budgets, adhering to schedules, and listening to clients. He is an experienced leader of complex architectural projects, and his specialties include the communication with diverse users, neighboring communities, and institutions.