The Building and Grounds Committee provides guidance to the Board and Executive Director regarding the built environment of the CBH campus (including infrastructure, buildings and their furnishings, landscape, security and mechanical systems). A secondary function of the committee is to propose and enact community engagement projects on campus including art, sculpture, and other crafts.
We are always looking for new members that preferably have experience in building and construction trades, maintenance, planning and/or project management. These include, but are not limited to, general contractors, engineers, architects, artists, facilities managers and project managers.
Please contact Elisabeth Dubin more information.