Baker Tilly's podcast series specifically for professionals in the multifamily housing industry.
Rob Hazelton, CEO of Dominion Due Diligence Group, discusses the Green and Resilient Retrofit Program (GRRP), and how it will impact HUD-assisted housing.
Rob covers the components of the GRRP, as well as the program’s focus on making eligible projects more energy efficient and resilient to extreme weather events and natural disasters. They wrap up the discussion by sharing the important program details, such as funding that is available and requirements for eligibility. Don’t miss this exciting episode!
Rob Hazelton | Dominion Due Diligence Group
Rob Hazelton founded D3G in 1994 as an environmental consulting firm. Early on he encountered an environmental process so difficult and convoluted, that few wanted to understand it. This was HUD! Rob dove headfirst into learning HUD, housing, tax credits, and leveraged finance. Rob became a self-proclaimed Housing Geek, immersing himself and the entire company into affordable housing, public housing, senior housing, homelessness prevention, housing for the disabled, and most recently foster-care housing initiatives. Personal challenges and opportunities along the way, including being the parent of a special needs child, has enforced his feelings of empathy for others, which continues to translate daily in the work D3G does and the people the company serves.