Movers and Shakers

Movers and Shakers Week of 12/18/17

Architecture Design Collaborative Addresses Significant Growth in the Denver area with a New Office and New Employees

adc-employee-derek2Architecture Design Collaborative (ADC) announces Derek S. Price as senior project manager in their new office location in Arvada. Price is a licensed architect with 20 years of experience in residential, senior housing, mixed-use, and retail/commercial projects.

His recent experience as a principal for Hangar 41 working on large mixed-use and multi-family projects around Denver along with a high end senior housing project called Balfour at Riverfront Park and the Denver Place Towers Remodel with GKK Works, has led him to know the Denver market and the needs of the community. In his role at ADC, Price will be involved with the growth of the office, along with Mike Ohara, ADC Principal. “Derek’s diversity in an ever-changing market is what ADC needs as we begin to bring on more diverse projects in residential, office, and mixed use.  His leadership will position ADC to be ready for the anticipated growth of the office,” says Craig Chinn, founding principal, ADC.

Price will join the ADC team in their new Colorado Office located at 7375 West 52 Avenue, Suite 210, Arvada, CO 80002. “The substantial growth of our office, in the Denver area, prompted us to move to a larger location. The addition of Derek to our team will allow us to continue to grow and serve the community at large,” says Chinn.

Architecture Design Collaborative (ADC) is a Top 25 Architecture Firm and “Fastest Growing Architecture Firm” for two years running according to the Orange County Business Journal.  The collaborative nature, with the team and client, is what sets ADC apart from other firms. Collectively the team brings a wide range of expertise across many design and related disciplines serving all of their client’s needs. ADC offers services from initial conceptual design to construction administration, specializing in retail, commercial, residential, and interior projects.

Sunflower Bank Enhances Commercial Services with Leadership Additions

Sunflower Bank is pleased to announce that James “Jim” Fullerton, chief commercial and specialty banking officer, and Dale Algrim, market president for Northeast Denver, have joined its team in Denver. Sunflower Bank, headquartered in Denver, is committed to enhancing its commercial banking capabilities locally and across its five state footprint.

“The depth of experience, knowledge, and skills of these two leaders fit perfectly with our desire to rely on locally-informed decision-making to keep us connected to our markets and continue to create possibility for our commercial banking customers,” said Mollie Carter, CEO of Sunflower Bank. “We believe both Jim and Dale’s long histories of building successful local banking relationships in the Denver market and their expertise across commercial banking product lines will enhance our innovative financial solutions.”

Jim Fullerton - Sunflower Bank

Jim Fullerton

Jim Fullerton brings more than 35 years of banking experience to the newly created chief commercial and specialty banking officer position. In this role he is responsible for developing and executing the bank’s commercial banking strategy as well as building out its structured finance specialties, including the SBA and asset-based lending departments.

In addition to his specific focus on growing Sunflower Bank’s Denver metro presence, Fullerton works with commercial teams across the Bank’s footprint to leverage these resources and industry knowledge for the benefit of all its commercial banking customers. Fullerton has spent his entire banking career in Denver and is an active member of several organizations, including the Colorado Safety Association, Board of Governors, Metro Economic Development Corporation, The Denver Chamber of Commerce, and the American Heart Association.

Dale Algrim - Sunflower Bank

Dale Algrim

As Market President for Northeast Denver, Dale Algrim brings 17 years of experience managing complex commercial banking relationships and a particular focus on small to medium sized businesses within the Denver Metro area. Prior to his time in commercial banking he served as a Senior Analyst with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Algrim is a Denver native and holds undergraduate and graduate business degrees from the University of Denver. He has a passion for building and maintaining long-standing relationships in this community, and is currently Chairman of the Stout Street Foundation Board of Directors, an Adams 14 Education Foundation board member, and is very active with Adams County Economic Development.

 

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