Founded in 2001, Newland Project Resources, Inc. (NPRI) has served hundreds of clients in the Rocky Mountain region. NPRI offers a wide array of services all guided by our professional experience and expertise. These include land use planning and consulting, permit expedition, project management and owner’s representation, public information management and recreation/transportation planning services. We’ve successfully planned and executed numerous development projects for our clients and developed and implemented many land use plans and public participation initiatives that were both on time and on budget. NPRI has over 25 years of proven negotiation and facilitation experience working with government entities, citizens and stakeholders.
The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) recognized Newland Project Resources in 2013 for their significant contribution to the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority and to the Rio Grande Trail.
Tom has more than 25 years of public and private sector experience. He has a hands-on management approach to projects and has obtained land use approvals and development permits, managed infrastructure projects, and acted as Owners Representative for private and public property owners in western Colorado. He has also provided public involvement and public information management for transportation projects of local and regional significance. Tom is very familiar working with local codes, standards and specifications, state regulations and federal procedures. He also has proven negotiation and facilitation skills and provides the personal contact needed to incorporate citizen, elected official and stakeholder input to the process.
Tom earned his Bachelor of Science degree in outdoor recreation and planning from the University of Michigan. He has served on the Eagle County planning commission and The Basalt Open Space Committee. Professional affiliations include the American Planning Association (APA), National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP).
Terri has worked in public and private sector administration for the past 25 years. Her skill set includes organizing, prioritizing and multi-tasking and generally getting things done. Terri’s people skills are exceptional; she has years of experience managing properties and projects.
Terri also has a strong background in real estate management and sales. Prior to working at NPRI, Terri was the Sales Manager for the Aspen/Pitkin Housing Authority, where she worked on developing the then new affordable housing program, developed the housing inventory data base, and obtained financing from FNMA for deed restricted housing. She also worked as the Administrator for the Pitkin County Translator Department, managing the public mountain top communication sites, administering FCC licensing and developing/budgeting operational expenses and capital improvements for the department.
Chester is our dedicated greeter and is a valuable member of the team able to sniff out trouble and keep projects moving forward. He’s trained in both loyalty and safety and doesn’t mind being rewarded for his efforts.