Business File for Sept. 14


Realtor Herbert earns technology certification

— Christi Herbert, of Steamboat Village Brokers, has completed the Realtor e-PRO course, earning the certification offered through the National Association of Realtors, according to a news release. The certification is designed to provide real estate professionals with the technology tools needed to assist consumers in buying or selling a home and to stay at the leading edge of technology, according to the release.

"The real estate industry has undergone a fundamental change over the past five years," Herbert said in the release. "Today, more than 70 percent of all buyers and sellers begin their search online. As an e-PRO certified agent, I have knowledge and tools needed to provide my clients with the information they need and the customer service they demand. It's both high-tech and high-touch."

Beck Building adds four to Steamboat team

Beck Building Co. is introducing several new members of its Steamboat Springs construction management team, according to a news release.

Forrest Watson has been a project manager with Beck since spring 2006. He recently moved from Eagle Valley to South Routt County. Jim Harnick recently was hired as a field superintendent for Beck. Harnick has been in the construction industry since the early '90s as a framing contractor and owned a home-building business in the Wolf Creek area.

Jessica Austin has joined the Beck team as a project coordinator and receptionist. Austin moved to Steamboat from Michigan early this summer. Ken Solomon has worked for Beck since 2006. He is a longtime Steamboat local and has been in the construction industry since 1974. Solomon has been assigned as field superintendent to a renovation and addition project on Anglers Drive in Steamboat.


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