Published on : Friday, January 13, 2017
The AIM division has about 550 full-time employees and is responsible for airfield and landside construction projects including concourse expansions, roadway work, runway rehabilitation, pavement rehabilitation, utility and systems upgrades and oversees the planning, maintenance and overall sustainability of the airport’s massive infrastructure.
Baker joined the DEN team in 2014 as the senior director in AIM overseeing the maintenance division. He came to the airport having completed a 30 year career as a colonel in the United States Air Force, where he held leadership positions as the chief of staff for the National Ballistic Missile Defense Command and as commander of all Western Pacific airport operations supporting U.S. Air Mobility Command aircraft in Japan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Diego Garcia and the Philippines. Baker is a command pilot with more than 4,000 flight hours and is a certified project management professional. He also previously served as a member of the Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence Board.
Baker is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and earned a Master of Education in human resource education/development from Boston University, and a Master of Strategic/Leadership Studies from the Air War College.
Source:- Denver International Airport