Metro district hires new manager
Metro District Manager
Information provided by CPNMD
The Castle Pines North Metropolitan District (CPNMD) has hired Jim Nikkel as its new full-time, in-house district manager. Nikkel served 14 years as a district engineer, and more recently as assistant district manager for the Parker Water and Sanitation District. He spearheaded the design and construction of Rueter-Hess Reservoir, located east of Castle Pines across I-25.
CPNMD Board President Steve Labossiere said, “I believe that Jim Nikkel’s depth and diversity of operational expertise in drinking water and wastewater utilities, his familiarity with our district’s infrastructure and systems, and the fact that he is a respected engineer uniquely qualify him to lead this District.”
Nikkel said, “Those who know me recognize that tackling new challenges is imbedded in my DNA. I had 14 good years with Parker and I am proud of my accomplishments there. The Castle Pines North Metro Board is taking on exciting and important initiatives … I am genuinely happy to work with the board and to lead the staff and the community that we serve to new heights.”
For more information visit www.cpnmd.org.