Paul Sullivan, Manager
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What We Do
We are responsible for the maintenance of the county buildings and any other assets of the county under direction of the county commission and county administrator. We perform maintenance and repairs to all county buildings including: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, etc. We keep the buildings in good repair and perform inspections to ensure the safety of the public and a safe working environment for county employees. We also provide guidelines for and obtain estimates from contractors and subcontractors who do building and repair work for the county including; writing of specifications, obtaining bids, and overseeing projects as representatives of the county. We ensure that all work done by these contractors is done correctly, safely, on time, and in a professional manner. We also do in house remodeling of the county facilities to meet the changing needs of the different departments. Working with the work release program at the Purgatory Correctional Facility we provide landscaping and landscape and irrigation system maintenance for all county buildings.
To keep all county facilities, equipment, structures, and utilities in good working order for the longest cost effective life at maximum efficiency in a manner that is professional, functional, safe, and efficient. To provide fast, friendly, courteous customer service to the public, county employees, and elected officials. Respond quickly to any emergencies in all county facilities. Carry out tasks assigned by the County Commission and Administrator.
Paul was born here in St George and loves living here. He has been an International Code Council certified General Commercial Plans Examiner. He ran his own construction business for nearly 25 years mostly here in Washington County. He also worked for two years at DXATC as an adjunct professor teaching construction management, tool safety, woodworking, and ran their construction program where they built classrooms for the college, the St. George Community Center, and several other buildings. He also built the New Harmony Library for the county with inmate labor from the Purgatory Correctional Facility while providing training for the inmates involved.