Glen Haubold has delivered consulting services through GHaubold Consulting and FM Excel, a partnership with another APPA Award for Excellence winner, Dave Riker.
GHaubold Consulting assisted the New Mexico Higher Education Department with the preparation of a new process for evaluating Capital Outlay requests in the state of New Mexico and was engaged further to help with revisions to the new state higher education Space Policy.
GHaubold Consulting has helped Doña Ana Community College in New Mexico and Miles Community Community College in Montana with planning and facilities management, and has a comprehensive engagement with Southeast New Mexico State to develop their facilities management group.
GHaubold Consulting has worked extensively with Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, preparing RFPs for Custodial and Grounds Services for their new Museum Campus, an RFP for Custodial at the Main Campus, and an RFP for Elevator Maintenance.
In addition, Glen Haubold has served as an expert witness in two lawsuits related to the responsibilities of a facilities manager. GHaubold Consulting edits reports for APPA Advisors and led the review team for an assessment at Hononegah Community High School District.
As a managing partner in FM Excel, Mr. Haubold has led a team that performed organizational assessments at the University of Dayton, the University of Idaho, Texas State University and Collin College in Collin County Texas.
Mr. Haubold conducted a review of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth grounds department in compliance with the Massachusetts Pacheco law and partnered with Casagrande Consulting on a Facilities Assessment for Montana State University.
Glen Haubold was the associate vice president for Facilities and Services at New Mexico State University (NMSU) from 2008 to 2019, leading 325 employees in departments that serve the NMSU System: Project Development and Engineering, Facility Operations, Business Administration, University Architect and Space Management, Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management, and the NMSU Fire Department.
Prior to that, he was employed as the associate director of Facilities Maintenance at the University of North Texas (UNT), and as the mechanical trades supervisor at Texas Woman’s University. He has also been employed in facilities management in private industry,