Denver, CO – Mortenson recently announced it has promoted Gene Hodge to vice president, project development, for its Denver Operating Group.
Since joining Mortenson in 2005, Hodge has provided leadership for projects in Seattle; for Mortenson’s National Sports Group; and most recently in Colorado, where he is principal-in-charge for the Sterling Ranch development in Douglas County. Sterling Ranch is a 3400-acre mixed-use greenfield development that will provide more than 12,000 residential housing units at build-out, along with associated commercial development.
In his vice president role, Hodge will continue to lead efforts in project development for Mortenson as well as serving as principal-in-charge for select projects. In addition to Sterling Ranch, Mortenson is building a number of other high-profile projects along the Front Range, including the new On-Campus Stadium for Colorado State University, the Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company (PESCO) Operations & Technology Center, as well as the buildout of the 34-acre Denver Water Operations Complex Redevelopment.
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