|Skyler Harper||Associate Director of Housing and Dining Services, Facilities Managementemail@example.com||785-532-6466|
Skyler joined the department in 1995 as assistant director, having worked as a university architect for the K-State planning office since 1988. He's responsible for the physical facilities that house the department, and oversees housekeeping, building maintenance, grounds maintenance and construction duties.
Other operations supervised by Skyler include master planning, budgeting, facility assessment, project programming, project management, project tracking, proformas, inventory, employee/public safety, code/regulation compliance, contractor/vendor management, contract management, procurement, sustainability, energy management and utilities.
Bachelor of Architecture, Kansas State University, 1982
Award-Winning Projects Skyler Managed
|James Hodges||Production Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||785-532-6466|
James has served as production manager for the housing and dining department since 1999. He is responsible for storeroom operations and material procurement, as well as maintenance of the construction document archive.
B.S. Construction Science, Kansas State University
|Kerry Jennings||Senior Manager, Maintenance Shopsemail@example.com||785-532-3020|
Kerry first joined the Housing and Dining Services maintenance team in 1998 as an Electrician I. He has advanced over the years to his current position as senior manager of the maintenance shops, overseeing the carpentry, electrical, grounds, HVAC, plumbing and painting areas of maintenance.
Other areas Kerry oversees include energy management, contract performance and employee/public safety.
B.S. Agriculture, Kansas State University
Other Areas of Service
|William Barss||Physical Plant Supervisor Specialistfirstname.lastname@example.org||785-532-6466|
Bill came to Housing and Dining Services in 2015. His duties as a senior operations manager are to oversee building maintenance, dining facilities repairs and custodial services' daily operations in department facilities.