The Facilities Division consists of an in-house staff that consists of 5 Building Custodians, 1 Building Maintainer, and 1 Lead Building Maintainer that are responsible for the cleaning, maintenance, and improvement of 7 buildings totaling about 185,000 square feet
Angel is assigned to the Human Services Center and Public Works Facility. Angel is the newest member of our Facilities staff and has shown to be a very reliable and dedicated worker. His great demeanor and positive work ethic has made him a great addition to our team.
Carlos is assigned to our Town Hall on the second shift. He brings with him many years of experience from surrounding municipalities and has been extremely helpful in covering events and weekend shifts. In addition to covering Town Hall, he also covers employee absences from the day shift.
Deanna is our senior custodial staff member and is assigned full time to the Human Services Center. Deanna is responsible for the cleaning and many setups that take place in our busiest facility. She has formed many friendships with our seniors and is always asked for by our residents who visit the building.
Quantas is assigned currently to our Public Library and Police Department. He is an excellent team player and is always willing to assist our department as needed with coverage and special assignments.
Allie is our newest addition to the facilities team and comes aboard with many years of experience. She will initially be covering the Wintonbury Library, Bloomfield Volunteer Ambulance and Public Works facility and rotate through the portfolio for cross-training.
Christopher has joined our team in May of 2023. Christopher brings many years of building maintenance experience with him and previously worked for the Enfield Housing Authority. Christopher is an excellent addition to our Facilities staff and is responsible for the repair and monitoring of all building systems.
Lead Building Maintainer
Matt's past experience includes working as a certified welder and pipefitter for BRITTS Mechanical in Titusville, FL. Matt completed many jobs for the Federal government at the Kennedy Space Center that included sprinkler, mechanical, and HVAV piping as well as welding and installing the clean air duct on the shuttle launch pads.
After relocating to Connecticut, Matt worked for Grinnell fire protection as a sprinkler fitter/inspector as well as a backflow inspector and repair technician. Later in his career, Matt worked for the Town of Colchester Board of Education as the head of the maintenance department. His responsibilities included the upkeep and maintenance of all equipment, monitoring and controlling the building automation systems, and running an effective preventative maintenance program for all facilities. In addition, Matt oversaw the construction of two new school facilities during his tenure.