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Pat Hamill, CEO, Oakwood Homes LLC (EPIC Founding Member)

Patrick Hamill received his BSBA in the School of Real Estate and Construction Management from the University of Denver in 1981.  In 1991, he founded Oakwood Homes, LLC.  His company’s commitment is and always has been, to listen to the customer, focus on their needs and provide a rewarding buying experience.  Currently Oakwood Homes is the largest private builder in the Denver metropolitan area and is ranked third in the market share.  Oakwood homes celebrated their 20th year in the home building business in 2011, as well as building their 10,000th home.  Aside from the sales figures, Oakwood Homes, under the direction of Mr. Hamill, is a company committed to the growth and development of the Denver area beyond housing.

 

He is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Oakwood Homes, LLC.  In addition to Oakwood Homes, Mr. Hamill’s other business affiliations include:  Town and Country Title and Insurance, Green Valley Ranch Golf Club, Precision Building Systems and PKK Investments.  He is a Past Chairman and a member emeritus of the Board of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Trustee of the University of Denver, Chairman of the Colorado Open Golf Foundation, Chairman of the Board of Colorado Concern and serves on the board of HealthOne. He is also serving on the Governor’s Early Childhood Leadership Commission.

 

In an effort to not only build a master-planned community in the Denver area, but also support the community in and around it, Mr. Hamill co-founded two community development organizations in the greater Denver area:  The Foundation for Educational Excellence and the 21st Century High Tech Academy.

 

His creation of the “Home for Good” program where Oakwood Homes, along with affiliated trade contractors, built and donated a home valued over $300,000 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.  This program raised in excess of $700,000 for the Clubs.  In 2012 Oakwood, and its affiliated trade contractors, built and donated the Dream Home for St. Jude’s Hospital, which netted them $1,200,000 for research and the hospital.  In 2013 Oakwood completed their second Dream Home for St. Jude’s.

 

Mr. Hamill has received the “Professional Achievement Award” through the University of Denver Founders’ Day in 1999 and in 2007 was awarded the Boys & Girls Clubs Champion of Youth Award.