Denny has more than 25 years experience assisting school districts, other local governments and private businesses.
His specialties include strategic planning, facility master planning, demographic and fiscal forecasting, growth management, infrastructure planning, site selection and negotiation, service area/ boundary planning and economic feasibility studies.
Denny was the Planning Director for Douglas County School District (Colorado) while the area was the fastest growing county in the nation. During his 8-year tenure more than 20 schools were built and/or funded and several additions were completed as enrollment grew by an average of more than 10 percent annually. An expert in the field of socioeconomic impact studies, Mr. Hill conducts analyses related to rapid employment increases and declines (a “post mortem”) to determine infrastructure impacts and mitigation plans. Market analyses were conducted for a variety of new business ventures. Mr. Hill’s experience also includes teaching economics at Kansas State University as well as distinguished military service. Contact him to inquire about serving your unique needs.
Darci researches and analyzes socioeconomic data that leads to the development of comprehensive demographic analyses for school districts. These analyses are used to help districts with strategic planning, facility master planning and demographic and fiscal forecasting.
Darci’s experience in research, report generation, data tracking and demographic analyses are used to prepare and present comprehensive written reports and recommendations to school boards. She also assists with the evaluation of facility utilization and recommends capacity enhancements. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration from Regis University, where she received six academic scholarships including the Regis Board of Trustees scholarship.
David Porter, GIS Specialist
Mr. Porter has over 30 years experience as a practicing local government planner and as a land use planner; six of these years were as Planning Director. Mr. Porter authored Comprehensive County Land Use plans for counties and cities and also developed housing, open space and public facilities plans. During this 30-year period, he reviewed over 700 individual projects, from individual commercial projects to a 5,800 lot subdivision. David is an experienced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professional with extensive management and project supervisory experience, data conversion and application skills. His experience also includes AML development, cartographic and analytical projects, and computer network maintenance. He also has experience in capital improvements planning, developing street addressing systems, and land title research.