- Staff: Dwagne Haskins
- Position: Facilities Manager
- Start Date: June 2021
Email: [email protected]
Bio: Dwagne Haskins has been in the maintenance and construction industries for the majority of his working life. For 18 years he was employed as an Engineering Supervisor at the 1,060 Room Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center. During that time, he oversaw HVAC control and monitoring, installation of electrical control equipment and numerous other projects associated with a large scale commercial environment. Additionally, Dwagne worked for heating and electrical companies in various capacities over the years, and has independently managed the renovations of residential and commercial properties while self-employed.
Q&A with Dwagne
I would have to say my greatest motivator would be God. Life sometimes has a way of revealing to you how truly blessed you are. It doesn’t have to be in the form of possession.
I am so blessed with family, friends, health, and a great job. Those blessings are seen in my weekly routine which starts out daily with me spending time early in the morning with my Jesus in study, a day of work, hanging out with my kids and grands that live in town.
I love to laugh and act silly sometimes and I look forward to Shallowford getting to know that side of me, as well as the professional side as we work together to take our facility to the next level in upkeep, safety, training and technology.
Here at Shallowford we are currently working to put in place different safety protocols. We are excited about the beautiful landscape and how we can enhance it with an ongoing manicure program. The Facilities Team also looks forward to advancing the lighting throughout the property with LEDs where needed and light repairs where that suits us best.
Something most people don’t know about Dwagne is that his first real job was at the age of 16 as a secretary at the Federal Reserve Bank.
Dwagne wants to know…
“How do you motivate so many people to volunteer in so many areas of need here at SPC? It’s absolutely beautiful!”