Frank Crudo

Superintendent, Municipal Services

Frank CrudoAs Superintendent of Municipal Services, Frank Crudo ensures the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) campus landscape is maintained to standards that create one of the most stunning University experiences in the world. And at 993 acres or four square kilometres, the campus is nearly as big as Vancouver’s Stanley Park.
Frank and his team provide waste management services (solid waste, recycling and organics), soft and hard landscaping, as well as general moving and labour support services to the campus community.

Frank has joined UBC after working with the City of Vancouver in Engineering Services for 23 years. Frank held a number of positions within the Sewer Operations Branch and in 2005, he became a Superintendent II of Support Services with a change of portfolio in 2011 to Superintendent II of Maintenance for the Branch. In 2013, Frank became the Superintendent II of Construction for the Branch.

He is a UBC grad (B.A.) and as part of his career development, he graduated from the Master Certificate Program in Project Management through the University of Victoria in 2004 and gained his PMP credential in 2005.