Larson joins Colorado Group
Bob Larson has joined Colorado Group Realty, the agency announced.
Larson graduated from Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania with a degree in political science in 1991. He spent six years in Child Protective Services with a county government agency, and later was a customer service supervisor with First Union National Bank. In Steamboat, he is the president elect of Advocates Against Battering & Abuse.
Larson's primary role at Colorado Group is the management of Sundance Plaza shopping center, although he is also involved in residential real estate sales.
"Bob Larson is a very valuable addition to our team, and has displayed great professionalism and enthusiasm in the time he has been with us," said Jim Cook, chairman of Colorado Group.
Larson is based at the downtown office of Colorado Group Realty, across from the Routt County Courthouse at 509 Lincoln Ave.
Simply Solar wins honor for project
Jeffrey Campbell of Simply Solar Heating recently received an award from the Radiant Panel Association for the floor heating work he did on a local duplex.
Campbell received the second place award in the RPA's "Most for the Least" category. Campbell had to submit an essay, diagrams and photos of the project, in which he installed an efficient in-floor heating system. The project was in a duplex built by Mark Lyman of Crestone Construction. Campbell traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio, for the award presentation.
"The biggest thing I have learned from the RPA is confidence that I am installing radiant heating the right way," Campbell said.
Simply Solar Heating provides design, installation and service of solar and radiant heating systems.