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G. Stephen O’Connor, FCSI

Principal L2M Foodservice Design Group

Contact Stephen: soconnor@L2M.com

Professional Profile
Principal G. Stephen O’Connor has over 20 years of hands-on foodservice design and project management experience. Before joining L2M in 2002, he spent over a decade as a project manager and principal for the full-service design firm Hospitality Services, Inc., in Baltimore, Maryland. At L2M, he has carefully assembled a gifted team of designers and project managers who apply their talent and experience to projects nationwide with budgets ranging from $100,000 to well over $4 million. Stephen’s areas of design expertise include acute healthcare, aviation and travel and branded retail concepts.

Education
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
B.A., Psychology

Professional Associations
American Society of Healthcare Foodservice Administrators

Foodservice Consultants Society International

National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management

Notable Projects
Advanced Culinary Center Cook-Chill Production Facility, Baltimore, MD, and Charlotte, NC

Franklin Woods Community Hospital Dietary Department, Johnson City, TN

Johnson City Medical Center Cafeteria, Johnson City, TN

Methodist Central Hospital Cook-Chill Facility and Cafeteria, Memphis, TN

Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital Dietary Department, Germantown, TN

NSA Operations 2A Cafeteria and Kitchen,
Fort Meade, MD

New York State Thruway (multiple locations), NY

Orlando International Airport Landside and Airside Food Courts, Orlando, FL

Pennsylvania Turnpike (multiple travel plaza locations), PA

Providence International Airport (multiple branded establishments), Providence, RI

Raleigh Durham International Airport (multiple branded establishments), Morrisville, NC

Tampa International Airport (multiple branded establishments), Tampa, FL

Presentations
“Renovating a Dietary Department in an Acute Care Facility,” 2007 National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management Annual Conference