Multi-Housing Executives on the Move
- Feb 22, 2008
Sandy Dunn Named 2008 President of NAHBWashington, D.C.–Sandy Dunn, a West Virginia homebuilder who has provided affordable housing to Mountain State residents for more than three decades, has been elected as the president of the 235,000-member National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) for the year 2008. Dunn is president of Point Pleasant, W.Va.-based B.J. Builders Inc.“Our primary objective in 2008 will be to work with the nation’s lawmakers and administration to implement policies that will resolve the credit crunch in housing finance markets and revitalize home building as the engine of economic growth,” says Dunn. “Concurrently, we will strive to ramp up the political involvement of our 235,000 members so that home builders and their affiliates have the strongest possible voice in Washington during this election year and beyond.”Dunn was president of the Home Builders Association of W.Va. in 1991 and 1992 and served as president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Charleston in 1987. Property Centric Gets New Sales and Marketing Director for Western RegionErdenheim, Pa.–John Mitchell has joined Property Centric, a company providing custom-built, local search engines for multifamily property management Web sites, as the sales and marketing director of the company’s Western region. Mitchell is responsible for Property Centric’s expansion. He has six years of experience within the technology and multifamily service industries and prior to joining Property Centric, Mitchell was national accounts director of Resite Online, a provider of Web-based property management software. “John brings exceptional experience in working with young technology companies that serve the multifamily property management industry,” says Rob Remus, president of Property Centric. RedPeak Properties Appoints Brian Healy as Vice President of ConstructionDenver–RedPeak Properties, apartment developer, acquirer and manager, has appointed Brian Healy as vice president of construction. Healy is responsible for construction activities and capital improvements for RedPeak.“Brian is a talented construction leader who has earned a rock-solid reputation for delivering large-scale, complex construction projects on time and on budget,” says Mike Zoellner, president and CEO.Prior to joining RedPeak, Healy was president and CEO of Etkin Construction Co. where he directed all aspects of construction operations, pre-construction services and marketing.