This Winter, the growing community of Sterling Ranch has named Heather Calme to serve as its Architectural & Community Standards Director.
After working for years on the initial visioning and land plan designs for Sterling Ranch, as the Project Manager with architectural firm B+Y Architects, Heather went on to serve the community since as a consultant helping with design standards management. Her move now, into this critical full-time position, comes just in time for Sterling Ranch to begin construction on two new villages in 2019.
In this role, Calme will help with the oversight of the community’s day-to-day building standards, maintaining relationships with the individual homebuilders, vendors and residents. Specifically, as both new and existing residents choose to enhance their properties, she will provide education on Sterling Ranch’s design principles and will help them finesse their plans in pursuit of community approval. She is part of the CCMC team, the community’s management firm hired in 2017 to maintain the operations of Sterling Ranch.
Heather will work in close collaboration with the Community Authority Board, a public governing body, and the Sterling Ranch Development Company as it pursues the continued development and expansion of the community.
Heather’s many years of experience as a residential architect and land planner makes her a perfect fit for this responsibility for this beautiful community. Her eye will steadily focus on preserving those things that make this region in Southwestern Denver most desirable – mountain views, local plant life, unique architecture, and more – amidst its population growth.
Calme, a native of California, received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado, Denver and a Bachelor of Science degree in Design from the University of California, Davis.
We hope you’ll join us in welcoming Heather to the community’s management team and find a chance to say hello to her at our next community event! “The calendar of events is in the works for next year and it’s going to be full of amazing community building activities,” she said. Heather can be contacted at 303-882-7603 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.