Buckeye is in the spotlight with our new project, Mountain View Estates, that is partially improved with wet and dry utilities already installed. Our Entitlement team will be processing plan re-approvals for this 161 lot development (48’, 53’ and 58’ wide) to include dry utility coordination. ... See MoreSee Less
Exciting day over at Aloravita with Markham Contracting , Pave Day! Over 27,000 square yards paved for phase 2's 193 lots. Looking good for Shea Homes! Phase one lots done and ready for sale at Sheahomes.com ... See MoreSee Less
We are so proud of Steve!Congratulations to the following for completing the AGC of America's Lean Education Program! All are able to sit for the CM-Lean Exam on Dec. 13th where if they get a 70% or better, they will become CM-Lean Certified!
From Left to Right:
Stephen Ochoa, Silver Fern Companies, LLC Sam Marrero, Caliente Construction Inc Lean Instructor, Stephen Nichols, Katerra Inc Gary McCray, Chanen Construction Raymond Kubiak, The Renaissance Companies ... See MoreSee Less
We are proud to give some insight on Silver Fern Companies very own leadership:
President Stephen Ochoa enlisted right out of high school and served with 1st Marine Combat Engineer Battalion stationed at Camp Pendleton, San Clemente, California. During his time, he served in “Operation Restore Hope” which allowed him to see a different kind of life in Mogadishu, Somalia. He credits the Marines for providing him the skillset to be an effective and dedicated leader.
Director of Forward Planning Amy Weidman joined the Air Force ROTC during her education at the University of Arizona. Upon graduation she became a commissioned officer and began to serve in many ways. Volunteer work is at the foundation; a major project being the work she did at the Arizona Human Society. Fun Fact: A few years back she was in a commercial promoting Project Active Duty Program! The service allows active duty pet owners leaving for a tour of duty to entrust their pets with AHS! ... See MoreSee Less
All of that fun capped with witnessing the longest game in Chase Field History!LONGEST GAME IN CHASE FIELD HISTORY!
The Arizona Diamondbacks won 3-2 after a 19-inning game last night that lasted nearly 7 HOURS. The D-backs tweeted out this note to excuse you from work or school today 😉: bit.ly/2l2oahR ... See MoreSee Less
Stephen Ochoa on LinkedIn: "I cannot help but show off the wonderful Aloravita entry monument that was managed by our very own Jason Meyers on behalf of Silver Fern Companies, LLC. . . . #entrymonument #landdevelopment #silverferncompanies" ... See MoreSee Less
We had a blast at the 4th Annual Belfiore Bash & Cornhole Charity Tournament! While we did not make it very far this year, it was a fun day supporting a very worth cause.
Belfiore Real Estate Consulting raised $26,500 for the Care Fund to help provide assistance to families with children being treated for serious illnesses. Last year, during what undoubtedly was one of the toughest periods of their lives, The Care Fund helped keep 122 families in their homes with $352,000 in rent and mortgage aid.
We would also like to say thank you to Jim Belfiore for allowing a moment of silence to honor our late president, John Fortini. ... See MoreSee Less
Please read the below statement by our Vice President Stephen Ochoa.To our dearest Friends and Colleagues,
It pains me to announce, John Robert Fortini passed away Thursday morning at 6:15 am with his amazing wife Deborah at his side. As many of you know, John was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer two months before his 40th birthday and had been traveling to Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center for the last several years. At the time of the diagnosis, the doctors gave him a year and a half to live. For those of you who knew John well, he always found a way to figure out the impossible and beat the odds. John successfully lived another SEVEN great years. Just recently, he was undergoing additional treatments to help fight the cancer, and allow his body to heal. Unfortunately, John’s body did not heal and the cancer continued to spread, ultimately taking his life. John was able to return to his home for one final day to spend quality time in his garden, eating oranges from his tree.
Fortini, as many of us called him, was an amazing guy who had a big appetite for life, and even a bigger heart, if you were lucky enough to break through the tough Italian façade.
We will keep everyone posted on services, in the event you would like to attend.