Georgia Piedmont Technical College Welcomes New Director of Facilities
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
Georgia Piedmont Technical College is pleased to announce it has named Brad Albers as its new director of facilities.
“Brad Albers’ commitment to process improvement and his 20-year background working in various aspects of facilities management will benefit Georgia Piedmont Technical College tremendously,” said Dr. Jabari Simama, president, Georgia Piedmont Tech.
In his new position, Albers will oversee functions such as improving building automation systems, enhancing work order processes and monitoring the electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems for all campuses and learning centers. He also will help select third-party contractors and will update existing service contracts. Additionally, Albers will be responsible for ensuring the college complies with OSHA regulations.
“I’m grateful to have this opportunity,” Albers said. “Based on the school’s previous successes, I feel lucky to be here to help build upon what’s already been accomplished. I’ve discovered it’s a great team to work with,” he continued.
Albers previously held facilities management positions with Southern Polytechnic State University (now Kennesaw State University) and the University of Miami Medical Campus. Prior to joining Georgia Piedmont Tech, Albers worked at Woodside Priory School, a private day and boarding school located in Portola Valley, California. As the school’s director of facilities, he was responsible for maintaining football fields, basketball courts, swimming pools and dormitories.