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Laurice Rovella

The following is a list of staff organized by area. Choose a link below to jump to that section and then select a person's name to see detailed contact information.


Leadership Team
Carpentry

Electric
Energy Management
Environmental Heath & Safety
Landscape & Grounds
HVAC, Central Plant, & Controls
Locksmith
Paint
Administrative Office
Plumbing
Purchasing / Support Services
Transportation


 

Leadership Team

Internally, the facilities leadership team strives to provide recruitment of the most talented and experienced facilities staff and enables continuous development of staff.  Services provided for the campus include facilities operation and maintenance management; major project construction management; and annual capital renewal & replacement, capital improvement, and sustainability improvement projects initiation, coordination, planning and implementation.  The facilities leadership team provides services related to campus master planning and short and long term capital funding requirements planning.

Leadership Team Mission Statement:

The mission of the facilities leadership team is to; build trust and respect internally within the facilities department and externally in the college community and the greater communities; provide support, enable, and empower facilities staff to accomplish their work; collaborate with the college community to assess changing needs to ensure the finest academic, living, and working environment possible; exercise excellence in stewardship practices by continuously monitoring facilities and landscape conditions while providing seamless proactive maintenance and capital planning program support; and finally provide responsible management of the college’s physical, financial, and natural resources.

Chris Coulter
Chris Coulter
Director of Facilities
(719) 389-6568
Will Wise
Deputy Director of Facilities
(719) 389-6568
George Eckhardt
George Eckhardt
Campus Planner
(719)389-6568

 

Carpentry

The carpenter shop provides a variety of services for the campus community, and is responsible for maintaining all of the academic buildings. The carpenters install, maintain, and preserve doors, windows, roofs, gutters, and the interior and exterior structure and trim of the buildings.  The carpenter shop also builds and installs cabinets and countertops, and provides maintenance and repairs for floors and ceilings.  We hang artwork, corkboards, marker boards, chalkboards, and shelving.  The shop also repairs furniture, from modern to valuable antiques. We also provide welding and masonry services.

Carpentry Shop Mission Statement: 

The carpenter shop provides timely and expert service, from highly skilled and professional craftsmen, to the campus community.   We take great pride in constructing, maintaining and preserving this historic campus.

Karl Greis
Karl "Konrad" Greis
Trade Shops Supervisor
Carpentry-Paint-Construction Shops
(719) 389-6568
Dan Crossey
Dan Crossey
Carpenter/Cabinetmaker
(719) 389-6568
Ken Wilson
Ken Wilson
Lead Carpenter
(719) 389-6568
Klay Matlock
Klay Matlock
Carpenter
(719) 389-6568
Alysia Davis
Alysia Davis
Carpenter
(719) 389-6568

Construction Shop

Led by Karl Greis, the construction shop works in conjunction with the project management team to tackle the colleges many small to medium sized construction and remodeling projects.  They have been instrumental in remodeling classrooms and other areas throughout campus to meet ADA guidelines.

The vast expertise of these craftsmen allows them to tackle any job, no matter how small or large, and see it through from start to finish.

Construction Shop Mission: 

Our mission is to build a community through teamwork and a strong work ethic. 

Mark Budway
Mark Budway
Lead Remodeling Specialist
(719) 389-6568
James Martinez
James Martinez
Remodeling Specialist
(719) 389-6568
Marc McKinzie
Marc McKinizie
Remodeling Specialist
(719) 389-6568

Electric

The Electrical Shop is responsible for the installation, repair, and maintenance of all College electrical systems. These include the building electrical, lighting, emergency, and fire safety systems as well as fire and security alarms, elevators, and lifts. We also perform a considerable amount of installation work. The installations are most often new circuits and lighting related to in-house renovation projects or similar individual requests. We also install circuits in support of new equipment and equipment replacement. The Electrical Shop is involved in finding new and creative ways to make the campus more sustainable.

Electric Shop Mission Statement:

The mission of the Electric shop is to preserve, maintain and improve the campus electrical systems; all of this is done in a proficient manner by our knowledgeable, experienced, and licensed electricians, who strive to complete all work orders in a timely manner. 

Tom Furman
Tom Furman
Electrical Shop Supervisor
(719) 389-6568
Bill Holmes
Bill Holmes
Electrical Maintenance Specialist
(719) 389-6568
Freddie Wallace
Freddie Wallace
Electrician
(719) 389-6568

Energy Management

The Campus Operations and Plant Manager (CEM) is committed to stewardship excellence regarding the consumption, efficiency, and conservation of needed campus utility fuels and supporting financial resources.

MISSION

As the subject matter expert for campus plant and facility utility conservation and management strategies and projects, the mission of the CEM is diverse.  Simply, the mission of the CEM is to promote energy conservation through measurement and effective communication while supporting campus sustainability goals, core values, and the College’s ACUPCC commitment.  The CEM also provides high performance technical expertise on renovation, repair, and new projects.  The CEM’s technical guidance is critical to the effective delivery of commissioned buildings and systems while insuring building performance is verified.  

Mark Ferguson
Mark Ferguson
Campus Operations & Plant Manager
(719) 389-6568

Environmental Health & Safety

Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is responsible for development, oversight, and management of environmental health and safety programs that protect the environment, provide safe and healthy conditions for work and study, and comply with applicable laws and regulations. EH&S provides fire & life safety support, educational programs and safety trainings, technical assistance and health and safety services to the university community. The office also functions as a consultant to the college community in all areas of environmental health and safety. The health and safety office makes health and safety investigations as necessary.

EH&S Mission Statement:

Environmental Health and Safety is committed to providing health and safety services that protect the college community and the environment in a timely and efficient manner. 

Denise Sheridan
Denise Sheridan
Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator
(719) 389-6568

Landscape & Grounds

Grounds includes a staff of 13 full-time employees which includes a horticulturist, athletic field specialist, irrigation specialists and grounds keepers.  Their duties include ice and snow removal, daily cleanup of trash, watering, mowing, weed control, care of athletic fields, flowerbed design / maintenance, tree / shrub maintenance and parking lot maintenance.

Grounds Shop Mission Statement:

To maintain and enhance the natural beauty of the campus landscape by providing reliable service, being responsible stewards of our environment and helping student, faculty and staff understand the grounds maintenance process.

Josh Ortiz
Josh Ortiz
Landscape & Grounds Supervisor
(719) 389-6568
Katherine Albert
Katherine Albert
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Judy Alcorta
Judy Alcorta
Irrigation Technician
(719) 389-6568
Steve Epperson
Steve Epperson
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Cecelia Gonzales
Cecelia Gonzales
Horticulturist
(719) 389-6568
Ron Housman
Ron Housman
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Brent Huffman
Brent Huffman
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Darrold Hughes
Darrold Hughes
Athletic Field Specialist
(719) 389-6568
Kyle Larsen
Kyle Larsen
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
John Nichols
John Nichols
Grounds Operations Specialist
(719) 389-6568
Mark O'Connell
Mark O'Connell
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Scott Slaughterbeck
Scott Slaughterbeck
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568
Mike Spruce
Mike Spruce
Tree & Shrub Specialist
(719) 389-6568
Jeff Watters
Jeff Watters
Groundskeeper
(719) 389-6568

 

HVAC, Central Plant & Controls

The HVAC shop maintains all campus heating, cooling, ventilation, and indoor air quality systems. In addition, the HVAC shop insures the timely operation and system integrity of all food service and recreation systems including the Schlessman Pool and the Honnen Ice Arena.

Central Plant operators are responsible for the efficient and sustainable operation of three (3) Hi-Temp Hot Water Generators, two (2) 850 ton Chillers and the Honnen Ice Rink Refrigeration Rack.

The campus Controls Specialist is responsible for campus wide Building Automation Systems and assisting with the resolution of indoor air quality control issues for existing and new building systems.

Mission

Through the maintenance and management of healthy, comfortable and controlled environmental systems, the Colorado College HVAC shop provides prompt and professional HVAC services to the College.  Stewardship-minded maintenance and technically precise new installations are the hallmark of the HVAC shop operation.  

 

 

Locksmith

The lock shop installs, programs, and services everything that locks on campus buildings and grounds. We provide master keying and keys, plan and install all electronic access, and install and maintain all ADA operators and door closers. We specify hardware and coordinate with contractors on projects to ensure the college gets the appropriate hardware properly installed.

Locksmith Shop Mission Statement:

We provide locks and keys so people, spaces and possessions can be secured. Our shop also gives advice on proper locks and hardware for your best protection. Maintenance and service are provided 24 hours a day.

Pete Ordway
Peter Ordway
Locksmith Shop Supervisor
(719) 389-6568

Lee Doughty
Lee Doughty
Locksmith
(719) 389-6568

 

Paint

The paint shop is responsible for painting all academic buildings, inside and out, any outdoor fixtures, application of vinyl cove base, making and applying signs, staining and finishing furniture, and graffiti removal.  We also paint residential buildings when requested by residential life and housing.

Paint Shop Mission Statement:  

The Paint Shops mission is to provide the campus community with exceptional craftsmanship through a total commitment to the details.  We will serve the campus in a way that sets the standard for professionalism, innovation, and teamwork.  Our goal is to provide unsurpassed quality of our work and relationships.

Jeff Carlson
Jeff Carlson
Lead Painter
(719) 389-6568
Doug Colonese
Doug Colonese
Painter
(719) 389-6568

 

Administrative Office

The office staff collects and provides information to our Trades Shops, Colorado College and the community about the buildings, grounds and assets of the college. We oversee the paperwork required to keep Colorado College safe, secure, well maintained and in compliance.  We work closely with the Transportation department ensuring that our drivers are certified; issuing vehicle packets to individuals so that they may embark on academic, athletic, community service and student activity endeavors. We provide accounts payable functions so that our vendors and contractors are paid correctly and on time.  Our team also provides administrative and clerical duties and assists with special projects as requested; collaborating with multiple departments on projects. We issue keys to buildings, manage the work order system and provide financial accounting for projects and maintenance.

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide and communicate with the level of professionalism, integrity, energy and attitude that is synonymous with Colorado College success. Safety, security, sustainability and efficiency are the criteria that we use to provide our support in maintaining Colorado College.

Sally Eisentraut
Sally Eisentraut
CMMS Coordinator
(719) 389-6568
Lei Keale
Lei Keale
Office Staff Assistant
(719) 389-6568
Sarah Mahon
Sarah Mahon
Office Assistant
(719) 389-6568
Randy Nehls
Randy Nehls
Accounting Coordinator
(719) 389-6569
Laurice Rovella
Laurice Rovella
Administrative Assistant
(719) 389-6056

 

Plumbing

The plumbing shop is responsible for maintaining all piping, to include sanitary sewer, storm drains, non-potable irrigation water main lines, water lines, fire protection water lines, gas lines.  The shop is also responsible for operations and maintenance of all interior plumbing fixtures.

Plumbing Shop Mission Statement:

We provide highly experienced, quality services, and timely response to all requests.

Marcus Moreno
Marcus Moreno
Lead Plumber
(719) 389-6568
 
Aaron Greeke
Plumber
(719) 389-6568

Purchasing / Support Services

Support Services sustains functions and operations of Facilities Services as well as other campus wide departments.  Such services offered are purchasing, events planning & management, office relocations, property disposal functions, receiving, warehouse and storage of supplies and equipment and project support.

Support Services Mission Statement:

The mission is to be a leader in providing exceptional customer service to all staff, faculty and students;  to be proactive and efficient in offering these services to the campus community;  to exercise excellence in stewardship by proactively participating and promoting good business practices and financial responsibility.

 

Transportation

The Transportation Department of Colorado College is responsible for the maintenance and repair of approximately 125 vehicles owned by the College. Vehicles range in size from golf carts to 45 passenger highway buses. Scheduling of vehicles and drivers for academic, athletic and administrative travel are also handled through the Transportation Office.

Transportation Mission Statement:

The mission of the Colorado College Transportation Department is to maintain a fleet of clean, safe and reliable vehicles. Sustainability and reducing the College’s carbon footprint will be given high priority in all aspects of our operation.  The Transportation Department shall employ mechanics and drivers that maintain standards consistent with the core values and mission statement of Colorado College. Customer service, satisfaction and safety shall always be the top priority of Transportation staff and management. 

Contact Information

Facilities Services
1125 Glen Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Phone: (719) 389-6568
Fax: (719) 389-6981

Contact Us 

After hours/Emergency Contact

Campus Safety: (719) 389-6707

Hours of Operation

Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.