Bart doesn’t let moss grow between his toes. His unimpeded enthusiasm and energy create a positive environment for strategy development, people improvement, and problem-solving. A Puget Sound native, Bart earned a degree in Construction Management from BYU and a J.D. from Lewis & Clark School of Law. Bart was a shareholder at Hoffman Construction and the President of OEG, Inc. He was a Portland Business Journal “40 under 40” award recipient.
Leadership has been a hallmark of Bart’s professional and volunteer life. He lives for time with his wife and five sons, which often includes coaching sports, hiking, riding, running, swimming, lifting, golfling, traveling and worshipping. Additionally, his volunteer service includes time as a mentor for ACE Mentors, 7×24 Exchange Chapter Advisor, AHA Heart Ball Chairman, a local PAC affiliate and church elder.
With roots from Hoffman Construction Company and Sares Regis Group, Daniel has delivered billions of dollars of real estate projects for public agencies and private groups throughout the Bay and Southern California areas. His career is marked by his ability to cater the innovation and best practices of the private sector for large-scale public works projects. Daniel can often be found on the green, on a run through the hills of the Bay area, or enjoying time with his wife and four wonderful children.
Todd has worked in the construction, development, and business leadership spectrum for over 35 years. Growing up in the Willamette Valley and gaining a Civil Engineering degree from Oregon State, Todd ventured throughout the US in construction engineering stints prior to settling into Slayden Construction in 1990. Todd led the growth of Slayden into one of the pre-eminent regional environmental construction firms and partnered with principals to create a multifamily housing development, construction and property management program.
Problem solving and operations management are what he takes pride in. With Todd’s broad nature of experience in civil, structural and mechanical trades; his diversity serves as evidence of his passion for the construction industry and for business success.
Todd contributes volunteer time with American Heart Association, youth sports coaching, and mentoring young professionals within the industry. His personal enjoyment is found by participating in sports activities, traveling, and the work he does and the people he does it with.