Since 1996, Dennis Marshall has provided expert witness services to attorneys and clients involved in construction disputes/defects and litigations cases. Over the last fourteen years he has been involved in over 100 cases.
Dennis has completed formal training through the Construction Dispute Resolution Services Training Institute to serve as a mediator and/or arbitrator.
Now, after forty (40) years in the construction industry Dennis has changed direction from builder/contractor to building consultant. As a building consultant, he is using his talents and experiences gained during his years as a general contractor.
Mr. Marshall's company has been responsible for and has built over 1150 projects which include custom homes, semi-custom homes, remodeling projects, and commercial construction. His tenure also includes development and construction of over 500 condominiums and townhomes. He has worked with Geotechnical (Soils), Structural and Civil Engineers as well as residential and commercial Architects.
Mr. Marshall achieved status as a SENIOR LIFE DIRECTOR of the National Association of Home Builders. He has served on many of the association’s committees, including chairing (two years) the Custom Home Builders Committee. He also chaired (five years) the National Custom Builders Symposium.
Dennis has been very active in the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Denver. He served on the Executive Committee for five years and as President of the Association in 1979. He was the founder of the Quality Construction Committee and has been speaker and educator at QCC seminars.
Dennis has received many awards during his years of service including the prestigious “Lifetime Achievement Award”. Dennis has served on the local and national building Codes and Standards Committees. He continually attends update conferences to stay knowledgeable regarding changes and improvements.
He was appointed by the Governors to serve on the Colorado State Housing Board. Dennis served on this committee for six years and chaired the committee three of those years. Dennis served two three-year terms on the “PRIVATE ACTIVITY BOND COMMITTEE”. The committee was responsible for recommending allocations of $200 million of Revenue Bonds each year.
Because of his involvement, he has conducted and been part of many panels and presentations concerning the building industry in all facets of construction. Dennis has been a speaker at the NAHB Convention, CAHB Convention and speaker at educational seminars for builders and realtors.