Staff Profiles

Manager, Marty Gadd

Marty is responsible and accountable for the preparation and control of operating, capital and furniture replacement budgets.

Additional responsibilities include:

  • Furniture upgrading and furniture replacement programs
  • Implementation of Preventative maintenance programs for the preservation of building envelopes, door and lock systems
  • Administration of the Campus Key Policy
  • Acting as the Project manager on architectural maintenance related Capital Projects
    • Identifying and forecasting schedules and budgets including roof replacements, floor covering replacements, window, door and hardware replacements and building envelope upgrades and or repairs

Building Maintenance Operator I - Phill Lema

All buildings on campus have been divided into sections or areas. Building Operators are responsible for ensuring that University standards are maintained in their respective areas.

Phill is responsible for:

Building Maintenance Operator I - Adam Clampitt

All buildings on campus have been divided into sections or areas. Building Operators are responsible for ensuring that University standards are maintained in their respective areas.

Adam is responsible for:

  • University Hall

Building Maintenance Operator I - Eric Hamilton

Building Operators are responsible for ensuring tha University Standards are maintained in their respective areas. Eric is responsible for

  • Designing, fabricating and installing campus signage
  • Assisting other Building Maintenance Operators perform their duties when required

 

Building Maintenance Operator I - George McIntosh

All buildings on campus have been divided into sections or areas. Building Operators are responsible for ensuring that University standards are maintained in their respective areas.

George is responsible for:

Building Maintenance Operator I - Karol Budny

All buildings on campus have been divided into sections or areas. Building Operators are responsible for ensuring that University standards are maintained in their respective areas.

Carl is responsible for:

Building Maintenance Operator I - Michael Nutley

All buildings on campus have been divided into sections or areas. Building Operators are responsible for ensuring that University standards are maintained in their respective areas.

Michael is responsible for

Building Maintenance Operator III - Ted Malinsky

This position is unique as Ted works half time for Building Maintenance and half time for Caretaking. Ted's responsibilities include:

  • Managing a Preventative Maintenance program to keep all Caretaking and Building Maintenance equipment in good operating condition
  • Ordering parts as required
  • Performing the necessary repair work

Ted is currently enrolled in a Locksmith apprenticeship program and assists the locksmith in repairing and maintaining hardware for all doors and locks on campus. See Door & Lock Systems. He is also available to assist Maintenance staff in performing general duties, including event set ups.

Carpenter, Rick Baceda

A significant objective Rick’s position is to provide quality assurance and control of new building construction and renovations, termed as architectural commissioning.  This is accomplished by overseeing work performed by contractors during the construction process. 

Additional responsibilities include

  • Constructing and erecting small outbuildings or sheds, and other structures made of wood, wood substitutes, metal or other building materials
  • Modifying existing workstations, cabinets, counters
  • Custom millwork, as required.
  • Assisting Building Maintenance Operators with the installation or repair of windows, doors, and flooring, handrails, paneling, molding, roofing and ceiling systems.

Locksmith – Dan Sullivan

As the only journeyman locksmith on campus, Dan is responsible for expanding the master key system to accommodate growth of departments, new departments and all new construction. See Door & Lock Systems. Other duties include:

  • Reviewing all door hardware drawings, schedules and providing hardware specifications for renovations and new construction
  • Commissioning all renovations and new construction to ensure hardware is installed to manufacturer’s specifications
  • Repairing, replacing or adjusting damaged or defective components on all doors as well as installing high security locks, key control systems including keyless entry locks and hardware
  • Inspecting orders and installing replacement windows on campus
  • Commissiong contractor related window and door replacements on Capital projects
  • Delegating work and providing training for one part time locksmith apprentice

Maintenance Worker I - Desmond Tien

Desmond’s main responsibility is to assemble and dismantle furnishing for all special events on campus. See Event Set-ups

Other related duties include assisting Maintenance Operators with lamp replacements, office furniture moves, transporting and delivering furniture, supplies, materials and other goods on campus. See Distribution of Goods.

Desmond is also responsible for reporting and maintaining furniture inventories in the two storage buildings R130 and R150.

Operations Supervisor – Jim Vanderzee

Jim is responsible for front line supervision of staff and tbe establishing of priorities. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Allocating resources and staff to work requests based on priorities as well as projects performed in-house
  • Coordinating and scheduling activities of office moves and all demand and PM work orders in the day to day operations
  • Supervising and training  Building Operators on altering, repairing, and maintaining facilities. See Building Maintenance Operation.
  • Undertaking Pre-Construction Analysis of detailed drawings and specifications for new buildings
  • Undertaking Architectural Commissioning of new buildings
  • Coordinating in-house safety program
    • Updating/maintaining of MSDS sheets in accordance with WHMIS regulations
    • Toolbox safety meetings
    • Work hazard assessments
    • Review/updates to safety policies & procedures in compliance with Occupational Health & Safety regulations, accident investigations
    • Staff safety training

Paint & Signage Operations Supervisor – Al Mueller

Al is responsible for the supervision of sign making and painting staff.  In this role, Al will oversee all paint and signage applications on campus including commissioning of capital, infrastructure and renovation projects. During this process, contractor work is inspected for adherence to standards, specifications of products and workmanship.

Additional responsibilities include

  • Creating, implementing and supervising staff for the summer painting program
  • Performing drywall repairs and replacements due to water damage or vandalism
  • Designing, planning, manufacturing and  installation of all campus signage for current and new buildings