Business briefs: Veteran broker is new director of business development for Coldwell Banker
The new director of business development for Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties’ local offices is Michael Taylor. Taylor has been active in the real estate industry as a contractor, developer, consultant and broker for more than 25 years. Taylor has founded and managed real estate and construction companies and has consulting experience in real estate and construction.
In addition to being licensed in Colorado, Taylor also is a licensed real estate broker in California, Massachusetts and California.
Taylor will direct business development in Coldwell Banker offices in Steamboat Springs and Vail.
New project engineer for Civil Design Consultants
Civil Design Consultants has announced Matt Mielke as a new project engineer of their firm. Mielke recently joined the Steamboat Springs-based firm and is assisting with a variety of projects involving the evaluation, planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater treatment facilities and general civil engineering infrastructure.
Mielke has a Bachelor of Science degrees in parks and recreation management and engineering and a Master of Science degree in civil engineering. His work experience includes work as a carpenter, welder, machinist, mechanic, mountain guide and instructor.
Ballots for BID tax election can be obtained in downtown Steamboat Springs
Downtown commercial property owners and tenants who haven’t automatically gotten their ballots in the mail to vote in the downtown business improvement district tax election can request and receive them here in Steamboat.
Mainstreet Steamboat Springs Manager Tracy Barnett said she will be able to accept ballot request forms and give out ballots until 7 p.m. Nov. 4 at her office at in the Sequoia building at 141 Ninth St.
Voters who have questions or who want to make an appointment to do ballot paperwork can contact Barnett at 970-846-1800 or at email@example.com.
Only commercial property owners who are registered to vote in the state and whose property is registered in their name and not an entity like a business or corporation automatically will receive a ballot in the mail.
Soilogic hires new vice president
Hal Schlicht has joined Soilogic Inc., a geotechnical engineering consulting firm, as vice president of Steamboat Springs operations.
Schlicht, a licensed professional engineer, will lead the company’s expansion in Northwest Colorado.
“We are thrilled to have Hal join our team. He brings many years of invaluable local knowledge, experience and problem solving to Soilogic, especially in the Northwest Colorado region,” Soilogic President and owner Wolf von Carolwitz was quoted as saying in a news release.
Schlicht has been providing geotechnical and environmental engineering services in Steamboat Springs since 1990.
Soilogic conducts geotechnical studies, percolation tests and septic system designs, and construction materials testing for small to large, private, commercial and public infrastructure facilities.
“We are extremely optimistic about the future of the construction and development in this area,” Schlicht said. “It’s rewarding for me to be able to provide friends, colleagues and acquaintances a level of expertise in my hometown.”
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