|Stuart MacMillan's Bio
Stuart MacMillan's project management skills and careful attention to detail make his clients confident that the projects he works with them to create will be successful and help them reach their goals.
After moving to Fort Collins in 1976, Stuart put his graduate work in city planning to use with a local commercial construction and development company. He joined the Everitt Companies in 1986 where he was able to combine his experience in development and construction with his knowledge in planning and design.
Today, Stuart is President and CEO of Everitt MacMillan Development and manages all phases of a commercial development company that develops projects in Northern Colorado. Stuart's experience allows him to guide his clients through site selection, project budgeting, financing, team selection, construction and project completion. His meticulous attention to organization and ability to present his clients with multiple alternatives have helped him successfully manage projects for Group Publishing, LSI Logic, Skyline Center for Health in Loveland and for the Hewlett-Packard building in Oakridge Business Park and the Fort Collins Marriott Hotels, to name a few.
Stuart is proud of his ability to add value to a project through the services he provides his clients. He can oversee the entire process or just selected phases of planning, design or construction when working with a client. From his experience as an owner and developer, he can see viewpoints from both the tenant side and the owner side. "I can put on my owner's hat and have a better understanding of the total package, from financing to finish," he says. This understanding often helps a project become more cost effective.
In the community, Stuart is the Chairman of the Board for the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation and has served as the Chairman of the Board for the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, President of the Fort Collins Country Club, served on the Lincoln Center Board and Board Chair for Larimer County Partners and has served as a committee chair for United Way and the Fort Collins Council for Arts and Humanities.Back to Our People