“With Pete’s extensive experience and track record of proven results in legislative, political, regulatory and community affairs, we know he will effectively represent us and provide the expertise to help us achieve our legislative goals,” said Dave Davia, CAMPC’s executive vice president and CEO.
2015 legislative issues include: construction defects reform, oil and gas regulations, workforce development and regulatory reform among others.
Pete Kirchhof is the founder and President of Kirchhof Group, Inc. providing professional consulting services to clients needing assistance with public affairs and business development. He has over 25 years of experience in federal, state and local legislative and regulatory lobbying; grassroots advocacy; and political program management.
Kirchhof is also a third-generation Denver native and has family ties to the construction industry. His great-grandfather, Frank Kirchhof, was a German immigrant who founded F.J. Kirchhof Construction Co. and became known as one of the greatest contractors in Colorado. Many of Denver’s landmarks – Oxford Hotel, Elks Club, American National Bank – were built by Frank Kirchhof and later, under his son Francis’ management, F.J. Kirchhof Construction built some of the modern structures in the city – the Denver Theater, Denver Athletic Club and Denver National Bank – to name a few.