Promotion Announcement


Denver, Colorado, August 21, 2013  EnviroFinance Group, LLC (EFG) announced today that Cameron Bertron has been promoted to Senior Vice President – Development Services. Mr. Bertron manages the real estate and financing components of brownfield and infill projects for EFG, with a specific focus on public finance issues. With more than a decade of public and private sector real estate experience, he brings a hands-on understanding of how successful public–private partnerships are structured and financed.

Mr. Bertron is currently serving as project manager for EFG’s South Sloan’s Lake project, which is redeveloping the former St. Anthony hospital site in Denver.  He is leading EFG’s efforts to finalize and receive approval from the City of Denver for the project’s General Development Plan.  He is also working with outside financial and legal experts to create the Sloan’s Lake Metropolitan District, which will finance and manage installation of utilities and other public site improvements needed to support development of the property.

Ed Elanjian, Chief Executive Officer, said “Mr. Bertron’s public sector experience and understanding of redevelopment, community processes, and site development are a true asset to EFG.  It allows him to create development strategies that are cost effective, market feasible and consistent with the goals and objectives of the surrounding community.”

Prior to joining EFG, Mr. Bertron was a Redevelopment Manager for the Denver Urban Renewal Authority, where he helped facilitate and finance infill development projects ranging from adaptive reuse of historic structures to repurposing major facilities into entirely new neighborhoods.

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About EnviroFinance® Group:

EnviroFinance Group, LLC (EFG) is a land development company that acquires, remediates and repositions environmentally impaired real estate throughout the United States. The firm is unique in its ability to combine significant capital resources, regulatory and technical know-how, risk management, land planning and development expertise to promote socially responsible, sustainable land reuse.  For more information please visit


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