Adjunct Professor, DU, MSCE, CU-Denver ’00, BSCE, CSU ’88
PE (AL, AR, AZ, CO, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NJ, NM, NV, OK, OR, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, and WY)
Post-Tension Inspector II, Thermography II, CBIE, CFCC, EDI, CBCP
F. NAFE, F. ASCE, CLAC, ASPE, RCI, AIA, NSPE, Lorman, CABO, RESNET
Ed’s experience allows him to see the project in a complete setting and understand the complex interaction between the geotechnical, structural, architectural, and thermal environments. Ed’s civil engineering background includes geohydrology, hydrology, hydraulics, site design, and evaluation of existing structures. Ed’s structural background includes new design and quality assurance of industrial systems, residential, and commercial properties. Post construction analysis and design to handle issues that came through warranty and/or litigated matters include lateral foundation systems, foundation underpinning, retaining systems, lateral and vertical frame design, building envelope design for both vertical and horizontal applications, HVAC redesign for thermal issues, attic and crawl space ventilation systems, and cold roof/super insulated roof systems. Ed continues his commitment to the building community teaching and writing for local and national organizations including ASHRAE, ASCE, AEI, BEC, RCI, NAFE, HBA, IBS, CABO, EPA, and others.
Ed also serves on the Jefferson County, Colorado Board of Review. Ed’s knowledge gained in working with thousands of common interest properties over the last 30-years for owners, developers, and buyers provide a unique and necessary perspective on the details and decisions that reduce the risk to the property by providing performance and effective life analysis of the products and systems.
5926 McIntyre Street
Golden, Colorado 80403
MS RECM, DU ‘09
LEED AP BD & C, Haag Certified Wind and Residential Roof Inspector, Certified Infrared Thermographer Level 1, BPI Building Analyst and Envelope Professional, RESNET HERS Rater
Ethan’s experience in the construction field spans a wide range, from carpenter to general contractor to forensic specialist and currently as Manager of SBSA’s Texas Division. Ethan draws on this experience, as well as an earlier career as an educator, to connect with contractors, managers, designers, and owners throughout the construction cycle. In his current role with SBSA, Ethan engages in forensic investigation and documentation, repair and rehabilitation design, quality assurance, and ownership representation.
2855 Exchange Blvd. Ste. 300
Southlake, Texas 76092
MS RECM, DU ’12, JD, DU ’10, BA, BSU ’05
Law-Colorado and Idaho
Certified Level I Thermographer, CPI
CBA, ISB, InterNACHI
Dana has over 15-years of experience in real estate and construction. He is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Idaho and has a transactional law background, which includes experience in entity formation, drafting/negotiating contracts, managing corporately held commercial real estate, and managing construction contracts. Prior to SBSA, Dana worked with the in-house real estate team at a multi-billion dollar international company, helping manage 30-million square feet of real estate, including acquisition, disposition, leasing, and construction. Dana teaches courses in risk management and contracting fundamentals for several trade organizations and also teaches at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He is an instructor for the Emerging Leaders Program offered by the Small Business Administration in Spokane, Washington and an active volunteer in the community.
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
12550 West Explorer Drive, Suite 100
Boise, Idaho 83713
Justin T. FoyPRA | Senior Vice President | Construction Repair & Rehabilitation, Construction & Property Analysis
Justin T. Foy
BA, Engineering Management & Business Administration, FLC ‘96
Justin has more than 20-years of engineering management experience providing expert managerial skills and high-level problem-solving techniques to real estate, construction, and government industries. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Management and through his professional and academic experience, Justin has acquired expertise in planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing both technical and economic projects. He has project managed over $160 million in construction repair projects and conducted and/or directed more than 1,000 property condition assessments and capital reserve studies for common interest realty associations during the past 20 years. He has also been retained by many Colorado municipalities to perform comprehensive capital expenditure plans. Justin was designated the 59th Reserve Specialist (RS) in the United States in 2001. He was selected as President of the Community Associations Institute ― Rocky Mountain Chapter in 2007, served on the board of directors from 2002 through 2007 and has served on many committees during his tenure there.
555 Rivergate Lane, B1-114
Durango, CO 81301
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