Amy Sherman, President
Northwest Douglas County EDC
8351 Rampart Range Rd, Ste. 111
Littleton, CO 80125
Amy Sherman is the President of the Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation, an organization she helped create in November 2011. The Northwest Douglas County EDC covers Roxborough, Sterling Ranch, Santa Fe Corridor, and western Highlands Ranch. The organization is focused on infrastructure improvements, public policy, and marketing of the region as a premier place to locate or expand a business.
Previously, Amy was the President & CEO of the West Chamber Serving Jefferson County for ten years. Prior to that Amy worked for the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Travel & Tourism Authority (now Colorado Tourism Office), and the National Potato Council.
Amy is a Douglas County native and lives in Roxborough.
2013 Board of Directors
Diane Smethills, Chair
Sterling Ranch, LLC
1805 Shea Center, Suite 210
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Highlands Ranch Community Association
Recreation Center at Eastridge
9568 University Blvd.
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Senior Vice President – Littleton
101 W County Line Rd
Littleton, CO 80129
John Moore III, P.E.
Director of Civil Engineering
12499 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
Comcast Business Class
8000 East Iliff Avenue
Denver, CO 80231
Commissioner Jill Repella
100 Third Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Business Banker VP
66 W. Springer Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Martin/Martin, Inc. is a full service civil and structural consulting engineering firm that has been a leader in the Rocky Mountain region since the 1940s. We provide consulting engineering services to a broad range of clients including architects, building/property owners, contractors, developers, government sector clients, and manufacturing companies. Although focused on projects in our region, Martin/Martin has completed projects in 48 states, Canada, Mexico and overseas.
Martin/Martin’s professional credentials are extensive. Our civil engineering expertise focuses on all aspects of civil site/infrastructure design including: traffic/transportation, utilities (water/wastewater), parking, street layout/lighting, stormwater drainage, circulation, surveying, paving, security issues, and other site considerations for projects ranging in size from less than one acre to several thousand acre developments. Our structural engineering experience includes meeting design requirements for new facilities and expansions. We have designed structures for use as transit-oriented developments, mixed-use, public administrative, computer research, office, maintenance, airport, sports/recreation, and educational/training facilities. Martin/Martin’s engineers have experience with sustainable design, the LEED certification process and have LEED project experience. Our annual fee volume represents the design for approximately $2B in construction projects.
Creative engineering, anticipation of problems based on experience and rapid response to changes result in meaningful design solutions. Martin/Martin engineers stress collaboration in developing design concepts which tap the expertise of our people. Our production and quality control systems allow us to produce consistent, high quality drawings. Customization of drawing and engineering software has allowed us to maximize the use of available technology.
Civil Engineering Services Including
- PPP/Site Infrastructure
- Construction Engineering
- Stormwater Management
- Traffic Engineering
- Water Systems
- Wastewater Systems
Structural Engineering Services Including
- New Construction
- Investigative Services
- Historic Assessment
- Construction Engineering
|Economic Development Council of Colorado Honors Amy Sherman as “Rookie of the Year”
The Economic Development Council of Colorado honored Amy Sherman, President of the Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation, for “Rookie of the Year” in economic development at their spring conference in Colorado Springs.
The Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) is a state-wide, nonprofit organization dedicated to successful, responsible economic development. EDCC professionally represents the collective economic development interests of both the private and public sectors.
The “Rookie of the Year” is for new professionals who have demonstrated exceptional ability and performance in the field of economic development. They must have:
Sherman was honored for founding the Northwest Douglas County EDC in November of 2011 and kicking off the organization with the official signing of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation Code of Ethics with all of her neighboring economic development organizations. In her first year, Sherman brought in 25 new investors into the Northwest Douglas County EDC.
In 2012, Sherman attended classes at International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), two EDCC conferences, and completed the Basic Economic Development Course in Denver in conjunction with CSU. She is a member of the International Economic Development Council, EDCC, and ICSC.
Sherman is an active member of the Douglas County Business Alliance, a public policy group of business organizations. During 2012 Sherman won the Denver Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and was highlighted on Comcast’s “Newsmakers”.
In 2013 Sherman will be the Douglas County Educational Foundation President of the Board and serves as the Secretary of the Board on the Lamb Spring Archeological Preserve. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the Roxborough Business Association.
Northwest Douglas County EDC is focused on public policy, infrastructure improvements, and business attraction.
Investor Luncheon – April 11
Join us on Thursday, April 11th, for an informative luncheon featuring Kate Waggoner of CBRE. The luncheon will be from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm at the Hilton Garden Inn Highlands Ranch, 1050 Plaza Drive in Highlands Ranch. Reservations are $30 per person.
Kate Waggoner will speak on the Denver Commercial Real Estate Market, covering economics, commercial trends, Denver immigration trends, the emerging Data Center market, and the new Workplace. A special thank you to FirstBank for sponsoring this luncheon!
About the keynote speaker:
Kate Waggoner is the Director of Enterprise Management for CBRE in Colorado. In this position, she is responsible for directing CBRE’s strategic business development initiatives aimed at integrating the company’s business lines to provide optimal service and results for CBRE’s clients. In helping to manage the region’s sales activity, Kate is also responsible for supporting revenue generation and brand integrity with well-designed, well-executed marketing standards, strategies and practices.
Kate previously served as the regional Operations Manager for CBRE’s business lines throughout the state. In this role, Kate oversaw all aspects of the business operations with primary responsibilities including Finance, Accounting, Legal, Marketing, Research and Human Resources. Prior to joining the Management Team, Kate served as the Manager of Research & Analytics for the Denver area, as well other Western Region markets. Under her direction, Kate’s Research teams provided leading market intelligence and analysis to both internal and external clients. Her department was regarded locally as the preeminent source for commercial market research, quarterly market overviews and forecast reports. She continues to rely on her broad range of knowledge to provide in-depth and meaningful analysis to CBRE’s clients.
In 2012, Kate was named one of the Colorado Real Estate’s Women of Influence annual award winners.
DCBA Morning at the Capitol
Join the Douglas County Business Alliance on March 13th at 7:30 am for the annual “Morning at the Capitol” event. The event will take place in Committee Room 0109 promptly at 7:30 am.
Joining us from the Douglas County Delegation are:
Senator Ted Harvey (R)
Senator Mark Scheffel (R)
Representative Frank McNulty (R)
Representative Carole Murray (R)
Representative Chris Holbert (R)
Representative Polly Lawrence (R)
The group will also hear from the House Business, Labor, Economic, and Workforce Committee Chair, Representative Angela Williams (D). At 8:30 a.m. the group will hear from Senator Michael Johnston (D), on School Finance Reform Act. Following the speakers, the group will visit the House and Senate Chambers.
Paid parking is available on Grant Street between Colfax and 14th.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check out the Douglas County Business Alliance website at www.douglascountybusinessalliance.com.
DCBA is a coalition of business organizations with a mission to provide a single voice for the Douglas County business community. Key issues to DCBA members include transportation, water, business-friendly public policy, education, tax policy and sustainable development.
The Douglas County Business Alliance: Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce, Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce, Castle Rock Economic Development, Denver South Economic Development Partnership, Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce, Lone Tree Chamber of Commerce, Northwest Douglas County EDC, and Parker Chamber of Commerce.