5281 Award

General Services received eight nominations this year for their successful implementation of environmental and sustainability initiatives.  One highlight - installing 576 new LED fixtures for the City's holiday lights which saves Denver $180,000 each year and supports environmental sustainability.  The team was instrumental in reducing adverse environmental impacts to air, land and water by converting from toxic to green cleaning products.  Their energy savings calculations have allowed the City to make better decisions about energy expenditures, and their own recommendation to change custodial shifts saved close to $250,000 annually through shift differential and utility reduction.

State of Colorado Environmental Leadership Program

General Services continues to lead the way for Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship.




Five City Facilities Have Qualified for the Energy Star

The facilities are as follows:
  • Richard T. Castro Building
  • Arie P. Taylor Building
  • Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building
  • Parks and Recreation Maintenance - Jason St.
  • Minoru Yasui Building

Employee Recognition Program

  • For more information on the General Services Employee Recognition please click here.
  • To download the General Services Employee Recognition nomination form, please click here.

Congratulations GS Staff

General Services Employee of the Month Recipients - Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Recipients receive their acknowledgement at the respective quarterly all staff meetings.

2014 quarterly recipients include

  • JANUARY - Michael Spratt, Facilities Management
  • FEBRUARY - Megan Degrood, Purchasing
  • MARCH - Johnny Valenzuela, Facilities Management
  • APRIL - Jared Ruge, Facilities Management
  • MAY - Keith Dochterman, Facilities Management
  • JUNE - Michael Romero, Purchasing


 

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