Port Authority hires experienced Real Estate Facilities Manager
Ronald Shouse is the Port Authority’s new Real Estate Facilities Manager, responsible for the maintenance, security and upkeep of all properties owned by the Port Authority and Hamilton County Landbank.
Ron organizes and oversees a team of construction, demolition and maintenance contractors needed to perform regular services on the broad portfolio of buildings and vacant lots, ensuring they are maintained to Port Authority standards of safety and stewardship. He also manages property-based activities of the Landbank’s demolition programs, and supports all programs of the Port Authority’s Neighborhood Revitalization initiative.
Previously, Ron was maintenance manager for Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, with responsibility for 600 residential properties on Cincinnati’s west side, supervising all skilled and janitorial trades. He spent 10 years at Clermont County Park District maintaining indoor and outdoor recreational and camping spaces, including a Museum and Visitors’ Center. Ron lives in Bethel with his family, and is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Silver Beaver Award from the Boy Scouts of America, Dan Beard Council, which is the highest award given to a scouting volunteer.