Efficient Facility Consulting is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. The company was founded by a veteran of the United States Navy's Nuclear Program to provide services to increase efficiency and decrease cost to commercial and government customers using the lessons learned in the best nuclear power program in the world.
We are headquartered in beautiful San Diego, California and provide services globally.
Andrew Greenwood, CEM
Founder and President
Andrew Greenwood is the President and Founder of Efficient Facility Consulting. He currently works directing the company to gain more market share in commercial markets and is guiding the company on its path to government contracting.
Andrew previously worked as a contractor for the United States Marine Corps as a Resource Efficiency Manager, working to save energy and water for Camp Pendleton’s Air Station. Prior to that he worked internationally as an engineer embedded in a sales team that sold microturbines, focused on Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Prior to his role in sales, he spent 12 years in the United States Nuclear Navy.
Andrew has a passion for efficiency that drives his personal and professional career, working to eliminate waste, protect the environment, and increase productivity.
Andrew grew up just outside of Detroit, Michigan. He is a life-long Red Wings fan. He is also a fan of the San Diego Padres and plays recreational baseball on the weekends.
Andrew holds a Bachelor’s in Science and a Master’s in Business Administration from Excelsior College.
Marcus Tull, CMRP
Director of Quality and Compliance
Marcus Tull is the Quality Director of Efficient Facility Consulting. He currently works in establishing and improving business processes, and helps customers implement 6 Sigma and ISO standards.
Marcus is a 13-year veteran of the United States Nuclear Navy. As an Engineering Laboratory Technician, he served aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN 65), the USS Ronald Regan, (CVN 76), and the Emory S. Land (AS-39). When a tsunami devastated Japan, Marcus responded as a member of the Operation Tomodachi response team.
Upon completion of his service, Marcus joined the Range Operations Contract (ROC) at NASA’s Wallops Island. There he played a vital role in the achievement of CMMI for Development certification, as well as several successful rocket launches.
Marcus believes that the lack of time makes life seem complicated; creating systems to maximize your time makes your personal and professional life more manageable. In business, he applies this belief by striving to identify all critical processes as well as their associated risks and implements plans to maximize efficiency.
Marcus was raised on the Eastern Shore of Virginia where he currently resides with his wife (Kelly). He is a fan of the Los Angles Lakers and The Indianapolis Colts. He enjoys league bowling two nights a week.
Marcus is experienced in ISO 9001, is a CMMI Lead Auditor, and a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP). He is trained in Uptime® Elements and its Reliability Leadership system, and Lean Six Sigma.