As Facility Operations Manager, Ronnie Kenfield administers the operation, maintenance, and replacement of capital infrastructure assets for each district in accordance with their asset management plans for new and existing public infrastructure facilities. He ensures the proper care of assets, preserves standards, and maintains schedules in an efficient, safe, and quality-focused manner.
Mr. Kenfield’s wide range of experience from administration to government accounting to education and facilities management provides him with insight into the needs of our clients and the goals of the District Board of Directors.
He has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Education from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. Mr. Kenfield then completed his master’s degree in professional leadership. He is a licensed Colorado teacher, having spent time as both an elementary school teacher and a dean. Mr. Kenfield is also a Certified Pool Operator.
In his off hours, Mr. Kenfield spends time with his wife, family, and two dogs. He enjoys all aspects of fly fishing and vacationing in the cabin he built with his wife. He also likes to hunt and hike.
Landscaping / Operations Manager9 years experience
Concrete / Flatwork / Pumper3 years experience
Elementary Teacher3 years experience
Dean of Students2 years experience
Facilities Management10 years experience
BA in Psychology, Minor in Elementary Education Metropolitan State University of Denver
MBA in Professional Leadership Walden University
Licenses & Certificates
Colorado Teaching License
Certified Pool Operator (CPO) License
ACC Board for Hidden River Community
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