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Brad Harden joins Connally Memorial
FLORESVILLE -- Brad Harden is the new director of facilities and maintenance for Connally Memorial Medical Center (CMMC) in Floresville. He will be responsible for directing the functions and activities of the Facilities Management Department. Harden’s primary task will be to ensure the continuous and efficient operation of the hospital’s facilities, machinery, and equipment in accordance with all regulatory licensing, codes, and standards. In addition to managing several key plant operations functions, Harden will oversee the “Environment of Care” to identify, assess, and control environmental/safety hazards at Connally Memorial.
“Brad’s experience and skills are an asset to our organization,” said Connally CEO Jerome Brooks. “There is a lot of work to be done as we grow and I am confident that he will be successful in his new role.”
Harden has more than 25 years of experience in facilities and operations management, maintenance, building construction, and infrastructure, specializing in mechanical and electrical equipment application design, installation, and contract management. Most recently, Harden worked as facilities manager for AT&T Technical Services, where he’d worked since 2009. From 2006 to 2009, Harden worked as facilities manager for Bexar County, where he began as facilities maintenance supervisor in 2005. Harden, who lives in Floresville, served in the U.S. Air Force from 1997 to 2005.
Harden received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in property management at Colorado Technical University and an Associate of Arts degree in business management at the University of Maryland and an Associate of Science degree in electrical and mechanical technology at the Community College of the Air Force. His certifications include: certified facilities manager; certified universal technician; and an OSHA 10-hour occupational safety and health certification.
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