Mr. Stucy has more than thirty-five years of experience in all aspects of real estate development, brokerage, and construction including site acquisition, horizontal and vertical development, entitlements, financing, and construction management. He has developed approximately $100 million worth of projects in both simple office structures and complex mixed-use developments, shopping centers, retail buildings, restaurants, and recreational properties. Mr. Stucy has an MBA from Rockhurst University and is a licensed real estate broker and general contractor. He serves as a member of the Colorado Government Relations committee of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and is a Vice Chairman on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Restaurant Association.
Chief Financial Officer
Alex, a native Coloradan, was raised in Breckenridge and received her degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder. While working in the healthcare field, she realized she enjoyed making the numbers work and started down the accounting path in 2004. Alex joined Trail Star in 2014 and loves the team of people she works with and the unique challenges of her position.
Supertintendent and Project Manager
Roy has been with Trail Star for thirteen years in his role as Superintendent and Project Manager. He brings attention to detail with client-oriented interaction, holding each subcontractor to a high-quality standard, always striving to get projects done on time and on budget. He believes in building strong relationships both with the client and the subcontractors to achieve success.
Greg has forty years of experience in commercial retail construction, doing everything from building box stores that became the Lowes Home Improvement chain, to creating multi-million dollar custom homes and owning his own multi-million dollar construction company that fulfilled government contracts. He is a seasoned professional who loves managing a construction project, keeping the process running smoothly, and anticipating any potential hazards before they become roadblocks.
Superintendent and Project Manager
After a fourteen-year career in aerospace software engineering, developing critical system functionality analytics, (She received recognition for her work from then-President George W. Bush.), Brenda was ready for her next career. She began working for Trail Star Development as a contract and insurance facilitator and quickly expanded the role to include project management and superintendent positions.
Bonnie began her career in commercial office building tenant improvement and heavy civil construction, then took a circuitous route back to Trail Star and construction development. She enjoys the administrative side of projects and working with a great team to get projects completed efficiently.