Leadership


Mountain

Development/Construction

Andy Clay, Managing Director (Mountain)

Mr. Clay is responsible for identifying and executing development opportunities throughout the Mountain Region. He has worked in real-estate development and property management for more than 15 years, and has developed almost 5,000 units valued above $1B in the Denver metro area. Mr. Clay serves on the ULI Product Council, Joint Legislative Action Committee for the Apartment Association of Metro Denver and is a voting member of its political funding arm, The Alliance. He received a Bachelor’s degree in organizational management from Colorado Christian University as well as post-graduate studies in Finance and Urban Planning at the University of Colorado at Denver.

David Lodwick, Regional CFO (West/North Texas, Mountain, Southwest and Pacific Northwest)

As Chief Financial Officer, David Lodwick is responsible for identifying and managing joint-venture equity and debt financing, and working closely with our regional development team. Mr. Lodwick joined Alliance in 2011 as Finance Manager, focusing on identifying, negotiating, and closing debt and equity financing in the western U.S. Prior to that, he served as Director of Asset Management for DMB Associates with responsibility for managing a variety of office and retail assets; Senior Director for Opus West, where he was directly involved in closing more than $3.1 billion of debt and almost $1.8 billion in property sales across more than 200 transactions; Vice President of BBVA Compass with management oversight of a $200 million commercial real-estate portfolio; and Real Estate Researcher for CB Richard Ellis in the Valuation & Advisory Services group, where he was responsible for preparing appraisals for a wide variety of property types. A graduate of Arizona State University, Mr. Lodwick is also a certified appraiser and maintains a real estate license in the state of Arizona. He holds membership or board positions with a variety of civic, social and business associations, including the Real Estate Investment Advisory Council (REIAC), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Men’s Arts Council of the Phoenix Art Museum and EC70/Executive Council Charities.