Vince Quattrociocchi
Vice President of Operations

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Vince Quattrociocchi, Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s Vice President of Operations, has more than 24 years of experience in Facility Management and Security. Vince Quattrociocchi oversees the, Engineering, Housekeeping, Security, Parking and Docks Operations at the MTCC’s North and South buildings, which combined comprise 2.5 million square feet. The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is Canada's largest Convention and Trade facility hosting over 750 events and 2 million visitors annually ranging in size from large international city-wide conventions to small local corporate meetings.

Mr. Quattrociocchi has been key player in the company's development of comprehensive security, emergency preparedness and crowd management planning. Over the past several years, with Mr. Quattrociocchi leadership, the MTCC has also witnessed significant advancements in building’s environmental recycling initiatives, energy conservation, physical upgrades, and automation, all of which has positioned the MTCC as an industry leader.

Prior to joining the MTCC in 1998, Mr. Quattrociocchi was employed with the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, where he served as Head of Security and Life Safety for the City. During his 10-year tenure at Metro Toronto, Mr. Quattrociocchi was responsible for the security and life safety management of the City’s Municipal and Police buildings, Old City Hall Provincial Court House and Social Services Offices.

Mr. Quattrociocchi is a current member of Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) where he was awarded “Building of the Year”, “Certificate of Management Excellence” and the “Go Green” designation for the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. In addition, has recently being awarded “Gold” from the Recycling Council of Ontario “2006 Minimization Awards and the Toronto Green Award. Mr. Quattrociocchi is an active member of International Association of Assembly Managers (IAAM) and has completed his IAAM Executive Program at Cornell University.

 

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