Howdy! My name is Ben Mays. Working for Road & Bridge gives me the opportunity to serve and be a part of the community I love, and choosing to live in the Roaring fork valley is one of best choices I have made. After more than a decade of traveling the nation as a professional mountain bike trail builder, I have chosen to settle here in the Roaring Fork Valley. I have seen the rest and have chosen the best!
In my personal time, I enjoy mountain biking, RC rock crawling and riding motorcycles. I consider myself an amateur skier, a self-proclaimed artist and a chef of sorts.
I was born and raised in the Roaring Fork Valley and have been working for Pitkin County since 2013. I have a vast knowledge and experience in construction throughout the Western Slope. During the summer months my family and I enjoy hiking, camping, four wheeling and boating. During the winter months, if you don't see me plowing snow, you may find me on the slopes skiing. As a 9 year veteran of the US Army and current Road and Bridge Supervisor, I take pride in being able to serve the community. I chose Public Works as I wanted a job where I can give back to the community and make a difference. I don’t strive for job completion, I strive for taking it to the next level and making sure a job is done right. Safety is always number one.
Hi, I am Doug Jackson. I am new to the Roaring Fork Valley and moved here from Naples, FL with my wife, our daughters, and our dog. We were drawn here by the incredible natural beauty. I had a 33 year fire service career in CT, finally retiring as Fire Chief. I also have experience in excavation and construction. I felt the urge to return to public service and feel fortunate to have joined up with Pitkin County Road and Bridge with excellent people and equipment.
My name is Dustin Wright and I moved from Missouri to Colorado in 2014 and since then I've been working for Pitkin County Road and Bridge. The County opens me up to fun and exciting new opportunities. I find operating equipment enjoyable and challenging, so much so, that I attended Linn State Technical College upon deciding to make this my career. This valley has made such a positive impact on me since I moved out here and it makes me excited to see what else is in store. I couldn't ask for anyone better to work for than Pitkin County. In my free time I enjoy spending my time with my beautiful little family, attending church, hunting, riding my motorcycle, and taking fishing trips to Canada.
I grew up in Buffalo, NY skiing weekends in the southern tier. After a bit of fun in the service industry I traded 700’ of vertical for 4000’ by moving here in 2002. Since then, I’ve enjoyed exploring the west, skiing , hiking, biking, camping.
Since I moved here I have worked as a grooming operator in the winters and a heavy equipment operator in the summers. Looking forward to the future with Road and Bridge.
Howdy, I am John Cerise. I was born and raised in the Roaring Fork Valley. I have been with Pitkin County Road and Bridge since 2011. My favorite part of working Road and Bridge is having friendly communicative managers, operating well-maintained equipment and working with the crew. It is a self- gratifying experience when plowing snow. I enjoy entering an unplowed, messy road and being able to clear the snow and provide traction for safe travel throughout Pitkin County. I live and work on my family’s Ranch in the Valley.
I have worked for Road and Bridge since 2017. I like to ride my Harley in the summer and snowmobile in the winter. I have lived in the valley all my life.
I was born in La Paz Baja, CA, and raised in Carbondale, CO since 1989. I am grateful to have the opportunity to serve the community I grew up in. I am thankful and proud of my 7 wonderful children, 5 girls and 2 boys, with my loving wife of 23 years. I enjoy fishing, 4-wheeling, and watching hockey.
I am 36 years old and I have been living in the Roaring Fork Valley since 2008. I am a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and I am originally from Maine. I spend my free time running and skiing with dogs.
I am Wyatt Benesh, born and raised in the Roaring Fork Valley. I like hunting, fishing, camping and hiking. You will always find me out and about in nature with my family, friends and dog - Hachi. I used to work for CDOT and RFTA where I gained experience doing road and facility maintenance on HWY 82.