Planning your organization's Return to the Workplace? fanellipm can help! Contact us for guidance on return strategies, assistance with short and long term decision making, or if you are planning to relocate or downsize, expand, or renovate-in-place.
Your Trusted Project Management Partner
fanellipm is an independent, full-service project management firm specializing in corporate workplace tenant improvement, relocation, and retail projects. We take away the perceived "pain" of managing a renovation or relocation project and allow key staff to spend their time managing the business, not the project.
fanellipm was established in 2014 to meet a growing need for independent, experienced project management leaders. With a combined 50+ years of experience in fields such as architecture, construction, consulting, and business, we offer the most complete skill set to ensure a successful project. We started working together 16 years ago, and we plan to continue for years to come. This is your team!
Ken Fanelli Principal
Ken is a graduate architect with over 35 years of interior design, corporate project and facilities management, and third-party consulting in the commercial real estate industry. He is widely recognized across Los Angeles as one of the top Project Managers, leveraging his education, experience, creativity, and relationships to deliver projects on time and on budget.
As VP at fanellipm, Dayna manages all phases of tenant improvement and capital improvement projects. She brings creative problem solving, diligent financial review, and strong communication skills to every project. With 15+ years of project management practice, Dayna uses her expertise and strong vendor relationships to ensure her client's needs are met.
Rachel Fanelli-Dashevsky Director of Administration
Rachel joined fanellipm in 2016 to assist with operations after working for several years in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and clinical research industries. She developed and honed her project management skills through a variety of positions at laboratories, non-profit academic centers, and medical device and biotechnology companies.