Construction & Maintenance

Todd Piccone
Director of Construction & Maintenance
(303) 682-7250
Staff

Secretary
Gayla Lehman

Design Coordinator
Judith Race

Coordinating Architect
Gerald Crumpton

Accounting
Carole Watson
Donna Armentrout

Project Managers*
George McKinnon
Mike Gesie
Rick Ruffino
*Each school/project identifies the project manager in bond updates.

Additional Resources

Parent Department

Overview

The Construction Department assists with building improvements funded from bonds, grants and capital improvement funding sources. We strive to create and improve learning environments by developing a standards based solutions approach, in the effort to achieve equitable opportunities for all students in the St. Vrain School District.

Oversight

  • Construction
  • Building Design
  • Facilitate Master Plan
  • Architectural/Engineering Services
  • Records Management
    • Property Deeds and Abstracts
    • Raw Water Records
    • Historical Archives
    • Building Design Documents
    • Building Equipment Warranty Records
    • Building Equipment Operation and Maintenance Manuals
  • Building Bond Program
  • Manage Capital Reserve Fund
  • Technical Specifications
  • Educational Specifications
  • Project Management
  • Contract Management
  • Warranty

    Committees & Assemblies

    Community Facilities Advisory Committee
    The purpose of this committee is to become familiar with District facility policies, procedures, specifications and processes related to the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the District’s physical plant assets as well as bond projects, deferred maintenance and energy practices.
     
    They provide recommendations to the Chief Operations Officer, and participate in discussions with the public and the Board of Education on various facility issues, make recommendations for increasing operation, environmental efficiencies, policy and procedural changes, and review and provide feedback.
     
    Design Advisory Group (DAG)
    Major renovations and new building designs are selected with the input of many people, including a Design Advisory Group (DAG). The DAG groups consists of parents, students, school administrators, teachers, architects, building/construction professionals and city officials and are project specific.