Ameer Faquir has been named Director of Facilities & Fleet Management. Faquir will begin Feb. 16.
“Ameer brings a wealth of knowledge on both the facilities side as well as the fleet management side,” said Alisha Reis, Interim County Manager. “His experience will help ensure we maintain safe, secure, and sustainable buildings for both our employees and our residents as the county continues to grow and more facilities and services come online.”
Faquir is an accomplished and adaptable servant leader with over 20 years of public service leadership in facilities, fleet, and public works management. He has served in city and county governments in California, Washington state, and Colorado. His experience includes 14 years providing strategic and operational leadership for the development and implementation of integrated facility and fleet programs and county-wide initiatives.
He has a unique facilities management skillset that includes an immense understanding of building automation technology and systems, fire and life safety systems, electrical systems, and physical security.
“I am immensely excited about the opportunity to work with and lead the Adams County Facilities & Fleet Management team,” said Faquir. “Together we can provide outstanding services to our employees and our residents.”
Faquir earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from California State University, Los Angeles. In addition, he has a certificate in Leading and Managing in Complex Environments from the University of Colorado, Denver School of Public Affairs, and a certificate in the Foundations of Strategic Management from the University of Washington, School of Public Affairs.