RICHMOND, VA., – Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G), a national leader in environmental and engineering due diligence, today announces an expanded senior leadership team.
“Our industry has experienced significant change in the past few years,” said Rob Hazelton, CEO and president of D3G. “We have been evolving as well, and our new leadership team positions us to manage the complex issues facing our clients, just as we have for more than 20 years.”
The senior leadership team consists of:
Rob Hazelton, CEO and President – Hazelton has served as President and CEO of D3G since founding the firm in 1994. A graduate of Bucknell University, Hazelton boasts more than 20 years of real estate due diligence inspection, account management and technical review of field projects. Rob’s passion for the preservation of our nation’s affordable housing inventory and the programs and institutions that support these housing programs is evident in D3G’s corporate vision and missionary foundation. More on Rob Hazelton.
Tim Ungerleider, COO – Ungerleider has been promoted from senior leader/program manager to COO and will focus on the firm’s growth and operations. A graduate of Rider College with advanced certifications from Rutgers University and Villanova University focusing on program development and Six Sigma process improvement, Ungerleider has been with D3G since 2013. Tim has more than 20 years of corporate management experience including Fortune 500 firms as well as the start-up of two service-based technical companies. His experience in business management includes operations, sales and corporate finance.
Mike Ferguson, VP of Technical Services – Ferguson has been promoted from Director of Engineering Services to VP of Technical Services and will lead D3G’s account management teams. A Licensed Professional Engineer and graduate of Ryerson University with an advanced engineering degree from the University of Toronto and an MBA from Averett University, Ferguson has been with D3G since 2003. Mike has a vast and thorough knowledge of FHA multifamily mortgage insurance programs, and has participated in and reviewed thousands of engineering studies for D3G’s property and capital needs assessment services.
Tim Black, CFO – Black has served as CFO since 2009. He is a graduate of the University of Richmond with an MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and holds a CPA certification. Tim has spent the past 20 years working with emerging growth and entrepreneurial companies as an advisor, banker, accountant and owner. His passion and skills enable business owners to use financial information to make better strategic and personal decisions.
Jil Stoddard, HR Director – Stoddard joins D3G after serving as a human resources senior leader for 29 years. Stoddard is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with an advanced degree from Virginia Tech. Jil’s extensive experience in providing internal employee and leadership development to all corporate organizational levels enables her to design and implement strategic plans that cultivate D3G’s high-performing teams.
Over the past 18 months, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has issued a series of changes within the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) multifamily mortgage insurance programs, allowing for greater access to capital and favorable underwriting for affordable and energy efficient properties. HUD also is streamlining its operations through its “Transformation for Tomorrow” initiative to reflect these regulatory changes and other industry best practices. D3G has responded to these new opportunities, changing dynamics and challenges by implementing process efficiencies, leveraging technology and strengthening its management team.
About Dominion Due Diligence Group (D3G):
D3G is a multi-disciplinary due diligence provider for the multifamily, senior and affordable housing markets. D3G’s environmental, engineering and energy assessments facilitates the preservation, repositioning and construction of greater than 180,000 units of housing annually. For more information about D3G, please visit www.d3g.com.