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Kevin R. Wolf joined Germania Corporation in 1994 and became President in January 2008. As a third-generation member and owner of Germania, Mr. Wolf worked closely with his father, Robert A. Wolf, literally starting with a broom in hand and working his way through the ranks to Presidency.

Today Mr. Wolf is active as a principal in a variety of Industrial, Commercial, Medical, Retail, Residential, and senior apartment projects in California, Colorado, Arizona and Florida. Along with conventional real estate development, Mr. Wolf is active with several wind, solar and natural gas power projects in California.

kevin-wolf-inland-empire-magazineMr. Wolf is a sought-after strategist for many governmental relations, entitlement, infrastructure development and finance, and a variety of legislative and policy efforts. Active in public service, Mr. Wolf has cultivated strong relationships with many key players at the local, state, and federal levels of government. Those relationships, along with his knowledge in and around these areas of practice, allow Mr. Wolf to effectively move projects and key efforts forward and execute each successfully.

Germania’s work on water, power and transportation infrastructure issues has helped them develop relationships with companies like Calpine, Edison Mission Energy, General Electric, Seawest Wind, Kinder Morgan, BP and utilities such as Edison, Eastern, Western and Metropolitan Water Districts, and Sempra. Work on heavy infrastructure has given Mr. Wolf the opportunity to form extensive relationships with and within the district and headquarter levels of Caltrans, CHP, BTH, SANBAG, RCTC, OCTA, SANDAG, ICTC, CTC, and many other entities and agencies throughout the state and federal government. These relationships afford Mr. Wolf the opportunity to collaboratively craft innovative solutions to solve the broad and diverse challenges facing his and his clients’ projects and efforts.

As immediate past President of the Riverside Land Conservancy, a Southern California non-profit group responsible for the identification, preservation and management of sensitive lands, Mr. Wolf has helped many significant infrastructure and development projects comply with federal, state and local conservation requirements.

Mr. Wolf also serves as President of The Valley Group; a 26 year old Riverside and San Bernardino County based leadership and legislative think-tank and has been instrumental in promoting solutions to regional, state and federal issues related to land use and infrastructure policy. He has been recognized for his efforts in both the public and private sectors in dealing with global development and infrastructure issues. Along with business and environmental issues, Mr. Wolf has been tapped by academia to be a resource to several coveted advisory boards and offers strategic advice and resources on an array of issues, most recently those related to health care facilities, growing local health care talent and raising the bar for the quality of regional health care services.