Campus capital asset planning is one of Paul's many responsibilities, in addition to the management of all campus fiscal capital projects.
Paul is currently focusing on the newest campus geothermal project taking place in the Palamountain parking lot. See Paul’s blog on the campus blog site or on the Facilities website. He is also working with Bruce Murray on the replacement of the turf on the Wachenheim field at the Sports Center and renovations to the boathouse on Staffords Bridge Road.
Dean has 20 years of varied construction experience.
He is currently working on the renovations to Pine Cottage (954 North Broadway) and its garage into office space along with a student housing project creating new student housing campuswide. In addition, he is working on the renovation of three buildings in Northwoods and moving the Sustainability Office from Harder Hall to Wiecking Hall. He is also replacing the library rooftop AC unit.
Matt brings his 15 years' experience in the construction field to Skidmore.
He is currently working on the Surrey and Eissner Cottage (former Admissions) renovations along with a student housing project, creating new student housing campuswide. He is also working on Greenberg Childcare Center’s kitchen renovation and HVAC upgrades, Scribner House front porch roof replacement, installation of water bottle fill stations campuswide, campus covered walkway repairs, carpet replacement and the metal roofing replacement project on the Scribner Carriage House.
Jonathan brings with him many years of experience in the construction field.
He has just completed a major renovation in Health Services and the Counseling Center in Jonsson Tower and is currently working on the renovation of Kimball Hall. He is working on the student housing project on campus, creating new rooms for students on the South Quad, dorm room lock replacements, the upcoming renovation to Advancement in North Hall, residential hall stairwell enhancements, the Dining Hall copper roof replacement, resetting and replacement of the Case Center windows, front entry roof of Barrett Center and the SGA renovations in Case Center.
Larry has 38 years in the construction field, the last 18 as a construction manager.
He is working on the student housing project in Howe Rounds, creating new rooms for students along with the renovation of the Chemistry Deprtment office, Dana 242; the back staircase renovation of the Tang Museum Malloy wing; the Tang Museum catering kitchen renovation; repairing condensation issues in the Tang; renovations to the JKB Theatre lobby box office; creation of the Computational Chemist office for Academic Affairs; Hoge second floor renovation; Title IX office, conference and restroom spaces in hoge, replacement of the Tang Atrium windows, the move of the Economics and Classics departments to Filene and a kitchenette retrofit in Career Services.