Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 05, 2014
Denny Hill, director of Strategic Resources West, announced that he is transitioning to the role of advising consultant, working one on one with school district superintendents, CFOs and other key district personnel to provide a tailored approach to managing big-picture issues. Hill has been as a trusted and reliable resource for school districts and other public entities for over 30 years, helping them navigate the often complex issues surrounding strategic and facility master planning, demographic forecasting, fiscal impact analyses, growth management alternatives, and school site selection. In his new role, he will become an on-call, as-needed professional resource, providing an objective viewpoint and expert advice.
“Denny has provided leadership and expertise for Hastings Public Schools since 2004,” commented Craig Kautz, Superintendent of Hastings Public Schools. “He is an expert in his field, and with his help, I am confident that our district is better off now and will continue to flourish the future because of the guidance and expertise that he has provided.”
“Our district has worked with Denny for planning consulting services for many years, and as I view the district’s position 20 years later regarding school sites, feeder systems, and preparation for growth, I am proud of what we have accomplished,” commented Stephanie Watson, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services for Weld RE-4 School District. “The district has everything in place to meet the growing needs projected years ago, and our planning efforts have been invaluable with Denny’s professional assistance.”
Strategic Resources West, under Hill’s direction, will continue to provide planning and analyses for school districts, including facility master planning, school site selection guidance, growth management, enrollment forecasts and demographic analyses for districts.
About Strategic Resources West, Inc.
Strategic Resources West, Inc. is a comprehensive K-12 strategic and facility planning company with over 30 years’ experience helping school districts, municipalities and other public entities navigate the changes that are inherent in school and infrastructure planning, including demographic analysis, strategic planning, and smart budgeting and spending decisions. Denny Hill, Advising Consultant, was the planning director for the Douglas County School District Re-1 from 1988 through 1996, and acted as the district’s liaison with the community, local governments, selected agencies and land developers regarding land use, facility planning and funding, and alternative capital financing mechanisms. Visit their website at http://www.StrategicWest.com.