Facility Management Division


City Hall Operations Division

 

The City Hall Operations Division manages an array of staff and contracted services designed to support operations in City Hall and beyond. Direct services include custodial work, elevator operation, and related activities. Also, this division provides specialty services that support all departments such as mail management and delivery services.

  • Amanda van Roekel, City Hall Operations Manager
    828-259-5659
  • James Kelly, Labor Crew Supervisor
    828-545-5020

 


Facility Maintenance Division

 

The Facility Maintenance Division is responsible for the maintenance of 60+ buildings throughout the City of Asheville. From building envelopes to mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, Facility Maintenance staff work on buildings old and new. The maintenance team includes members who have earned licenses from the State of North Carolina in areas including plumbing, electrical, and other trades. In addition, Facility Maintenance employees provide support for key sustainability initiatives ranging from the installation of solar hot water heaters to building controls and automation.

  • Tony Rathbone, Facility Maintenance Division Manager
    828-778-0335
  • Kirk Lingafelter, Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
    828-552-9333

 


Updated 02/24/2020


 

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