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Patricia “Patty” Silverstein has joined the Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors (CAMPC).
“We are thrilled to add Patty Silverstein to our team,” said Dave Davia, EVP and CEO of CAMPC. “Her expertise will be an invaluable tool to our members and industry as a whole.”
CAMPC is an organization dedicated to representing and promoting the interests of the general welfare of the mechanical, plumbing and HVAC industry in Colorado.
“At CAMPC, we engage in economic development, workforce, education and training, and legislative advocacy with one single goal in mind: to create jobs and strengthen the construction industry for the hardworking men and women who through their work define our cities’ skylines and are part of the fabric of the business community in Colorado,” continued Davia. “With Patty’s help, we will provide our members with a valuable snapshot of the construction industry and better prepare them for success in the future.”
According to Davia, Silverstein will provide CAMPC members and the industry with valuable economic data to forecast both growth opportunities and market downturns as well as workforce projections and training needs. Her first study will be issued in July.
Silverstein is the president of Development Research Partners, a Jefferson County-based company specializing in economic research and real estate analysis. She has provided research and support for economic development efforts in Colorado and across the country since 1989. Silverstein's expertise in economic research and economic development includes industry cluster studies and strategic economic development planning. She has extensive experience in preparing economic impact and fiscal impact analysis for community development purposes. In addition, Silverstein serves as the consulting chief economist for the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. In these roles, she compiles, interprets, and forecasts economic and demographic data for the Denver metropolitan area and performs in-depth research on issues and proposed developments impacting the region. Silverstein provides numerous presentations on state and local economic conditions to business and professional organizations throughout the year.
Silverstein received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska, and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Colorado Boulder.