Liane Rosen

Senior Manager

Liane Rosen is a Senior Manager and has been with the Nakupuna Companies since 2014.
Liane supports the maturation and growth of our Facilities Support Services line of business to include developing marketing materials, growing the business line and managing service delivery teams. Liane manages the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Facilities Maintenance Services contract, with her primary focus on facilities maintenance and management needs in Hawaii, Omaha, NE, and Washington, D.C. She has also managed the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii, Facilities Support Services contract, which assisted in the reduction of shop backlog.
Liane’s career highlights include 30 years supporting the public works and environmental business lines at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific (NAVFAC PAC), where she provided facilities contracting guidance and field training in performance work statement preparation, and quality assurance inspection program development. She has conducted management studies and maintenance software installation efforts and user training. Her environmental restoration work includes serving as a remedial project manager for various hazardous waste sites; and managing environmental cleanups and long-term monitoring agreements for the Base Realignment and Closure Program in Hawaii. Liane has performed environmental planning, managing National Environmental Policy Act documents, archaeological and biological studies and agreements with regulatory agencies and stakeholders; and has managed the Environmental Planning and Conservation Product Line for NAVFAC PAC.
Liane earned her master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California. She is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Hawaii.

Fun Fact

Liane often fell asleep while listening to Hawaii Islander baseball games and woke up to a radio with dead batteries in the morning.

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