David W. Parker

David W. Parker left his position in 1999 as a Vice President for twelve years of Hines Development Group, an international development firm, to establish Bald Mountain Development (BMD). Bald Mountain Development is an organization designed to occupy the management role of multiple entities associated with conservation and real estate development.

Since 1999, BMD has created StillWater Preservation, LLC, a wetlands mitigation banking company and its low density accompaniment - Ranches at Ohio Creek (Gunnison, Colorado) along with the Hyatt Grand Aspen, Top of Mill town homes (Aspen, Colorado), the Ritz Carlton Residence Club ( Deer Valley, Utah), and the Bavarian Inn (Aspen, Colorado).

As V-P of the Hines Development Group, headquartered in Houston, Texas with six regional offices (Atlanta, Aspen, Chicago, Houston, New York, San Francisco) as well as offices in 11 foreign countries, Parker was responsible for the oversight of the development of several million square feet of office space. Mr. Parker’s responsibilities in Aspen covered all Hines resort projects, including project acquisitions, entitlements, planning, development, construction, and operations.

Representative projects include Aspen Highlands Village - a $300 million mixed-use residential, commercial, and lodge project at Aspen Highlands Ski Area; Winter Park Village - a 210 unit condominium development and new base village at Winter Park Ski Area, Colorado; River Valley Ranch - a 685 unit community in Carbondale, Colorado.

Prior to joining Hines, Mr. Parker was with Howell Associates, a California based project management consulting firm, working with large residential and commercial clients on all aspects of project management, including planning, oversight, and troubleshooting.

Representative clients included Chevron Corporation; Exxon Corporation; Punta Fiho Venesuela Project; Pacific Telephone; Bechtel. He was also engaged in numerous projects in North America.

Mr. Parker is active in community affairs and presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Aspen Valley Land Trust, the oldest land trust in the State of Colorado.

Mr. Parker has a Bachelors and Masters degree Engineering from Stanford University.


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