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Dene Oliver to Keynote Valley Partnership Adaptive Reuse Workshop
Valley Partnership presents a workshop on adaptive reuse, featuring keynote speaker Dene Oliver, and interactive case study sessions.
Morgan Dene Oliver is Chief Executive Officer of OliverMcMillan. Among his notable accomplishments, Oliver was appointed by the San Diego City Council to the Board of Directors of the $200 million San Diego Convention Center Corporation. He served as President and Chairman of the Board, and was the founding Chairman of the Expansion Committee, guiding completion of a $300 million expansion. The Downtown San Diego Partnership awarded him with the Founders Award in 1997 and the Humanitarian Award in 2001. He continues to serve the community as Chair of the San Diego County 10-Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness.
Oliver founded OliverMcMillan in 1978, after practicing real estate business law. OliverMcMillan and its principals have developed and managed over 8 million square feet of office, commercial, industrial, residential and development and mixed-use projects with a total value in excess of $1.5 billion. The firm’s work has won numerous design awards.
Oliver earned a B.S. in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics from U.C. Berkeley, and a degree from the University of Southern California, where he attended the School of Law and the Graduate School of Business Administration.
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About Valley Partnership
For more than 20 years, Valley Partnership has stood out as a leader in promoting the interests of the commercial real estate industry and its members in Arizona. Membership is made up of more than 500 companies, including developers, attorneys, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, and other professionals who are integral to the real estate industry. Valley Partnership presents a balanced perspective, advising on advocacy issues affecting the real estate development industry, and offering the Valley’s best industry education and networking opportunities. Members have made significant contributions to the community, utilizing skills, efforts and supplies to enhance facilities for children and those in need. To date, Valley Partnership and its members have completed 20 community projects and donated nearly $3 million in time, materials and labor to the community.