Real magic happens for Team Plano during demanding and calmer times because of our dedicated Warehouse team. Officially known as Inventory Control & Asset Disposal (ICAD), they work behind the scenes acquiring the supplies and equipment needed to successfully run the City of Plano.
This 8-person team has silently toiled – beyond the norm – throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and most recently February’s winter storms. ICAD operates under the Procurement & Project Management department. Members include:
Todd Caster, Senior Inventory Control TechRobert Hughes, Senior Inventory Control TechWilliam Kreidler, Inventory Control TechJason Ley, Senior Inventory Control TechJosh Mathewes, ICAD SupervisorRene Padron, Senior Inventory Control TechBaeli Patterson, Inventory Control TechMatthew Swaner, Senior Inventory Control Tech
“Our primary concern everyday has been creating a safe environment for our employees and for the public,” said Director Diane Palmer-Boeck. “For over a year, the Warehouse team has done a phenomenal job acquiring the hard-to-find personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to make our work spaces safe during the pandemic.”
ICAD served Team Plano and the public by:
Diane shared comments from departments about the Warehouse crew’s performance over the last year during these trying times:
This crew is also responsible for disposing of the City’s surplus and confiscated property at public auctions.
For a tangible thank you, the Procurement & Project Management teams presented ICAD with bountiful gift baskets.
As you SERVE each other and our citizens, know that our hard working Warehouse team is doing their part to keep us safe.