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.
Hi I’m Ben. I came over from the City of Aspen parks Department. In my free time I enjoy hunting, fishing, and camping with my two kids and wife. I’m excited to be here.
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.
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.
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.
Ignacio "Nacho" Gonzalez
I have been working for the county since 1997 and I’ve been with Road and Bridge since 2008. I like the oldies but goodies man. “Make America low again” (lowrider fan). I’ve been in this valley for quite some time now and the views never fail to amaze me!!
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.