New Era has put together a team that has developed and built hotels, dozens of office buildings, and numerous mixed-use developments. Our principals have fostered solid relationships with key developers, city planners, architects, engineers, construction companies, financial institutions, hotel operators and investors in strategic markets throughout the country. This combination of expertise, experience and solid relationships allows us to identify unique opportunities and to develop successful and profitable projects.
Daryn Eudaly is the Co-Founder and CEO of New Era and has spent his career building teams and infrastructures for healthcare, real estate and capital companies.
Mr. Eudaly has served as an executive (President, CFO, EVP, VP) for several prestigious companies including, Cirrus Health, Upstream Capital Partners, TruMedical Partners, Stanislaus Surgical Hospital, Jones Hearing Centers, SPC Capital, Medical Edge Healthcare Group and Rainier Medical Investments. Mr. Eudaly has been responsible for overseeing all facets of the underwriting, development, finance, disposition and investment processes in the various positions he has held and has been involved in over $1 Billion in transactional volumes across the real estate and healthcare sectors.
Mr. Eudaly earned his BA in business administration from Austin College in Sherman, Texas and his MBA from Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business.
Tim Lavender is the Co-Founder and a Principal of New Era. Tim was the founding President of Rainier Medical Investments and Cirrus Health based in Dallas, Texas, and was part of the team that developed and operated 16 premier de novo medical partnerships and 21 medical properties, investing with physicians throughout Texas and California.
Tim has also served as the President of TruMedical Partners and Upstream Capital Partners, participating in private equity placements in the U.S. health care and commercial real estate sectors totaling close to $1 Billion. Mr. Lavender also has extensive international development experience, having served for 3 years in Brazil as the President of TruEnergy.
Mr. Lavender earned his BBS in management from Dallas Baptist University and his Executive MBA from the Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business.
Harvey Cox is responsible for all the accounting and tax aspects of New Era and serves as the Chief Financial Officer. Harvey brings 27 years of financial and management experience in the fields of construction, manufacturing, medical services, retail and staff leasing to the company. Harvey also provides New Era with extensive expertise in tax compliance, accounting and assurance services, financial analysis and accounting software.
Harvey is a Certified Public Accountant and graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington.
Bill Resch is responsible for overseeing all development projects at New Era. Bill has spent the majority of his 25 year plus business career in the real estate development industry, and for the past 17 years, he has been in charge of the operations, development and management of large residential, commercial and mixed-use real estate developments. Bill has been involved in over $500,000,000 of real estate projects and developments.
Prior to joining New Era, Bill served as the Senior Vice President of Five Star Real Estate, where he was responsible for several large mixed use projects, including The River Walk at Central Park in Flower Mound, Texas, and Flintrock Falls in Austin, Texas. He was responsible for all operations, management, development, sales and marketing activities for these projects. Prior to joining Five Star, Bill was the General Manager of Shadow Glen, a 1,600 acre mixed-use development in Austin, Texas.
Bill also served as a Senior Vice President of Hillwood Strategic Services and Hillwood Development, where he oversaw, directed and coordinated existing and new projects. His responsibilities at Hillwood included evaluation, startup and oversight of large master-planned projects, including the finance, administration, project management, land-planning, entitlements and development areas. Bill was responsible for commercial, residential and mixed use projects that ranged in size from 333 acres to over 10,000 acres; his responsibilities on these projects included all aspects of entitlements, development, operations, sales, marketing and management.
While at Hillwood, Bill worked on the following mixed-use projects: the 4,000-acre Lakeway community in Austin; the 2,300-acre Harris Branch community in Austin; the 1,500-acre Wells Branch development in Austin; 600-acre Westcreek project in Austin; Four Points Centre, a 300-acre project in Westlake; Circle T Ranch, a 2,500 acre commercial/residential project in Austin; Heritage, a 2,300-acre development in Ft. Worth; Port Salalah, a 10,000-acre freeport project in the Sultanate of Oman; Hashemia Industrial, a 300-acre freeport project in Jordan.
Bill has also participated in the development of over 1 million square feet of office space in Austin, Corpus Christi and San Antonio, including the over 500,000-sf One American Center in Austin and the 315,000-sf Texas Commerce Plaza (Frost Bank) in Corpus Christi.
Bill earned a BBA in Management and Accounting with honors from the University of Texas, and he attended UT’s Graduate School of Business.
Dan Rogers is responsible for the formation of public-private relationships with municipalities and business development for New Era. Dan has been in the Public Relations and Economic Development field for 48 years. After attending the University of Texas, Dan spent 8 years in the banking industry as an executive doing business and economic development, community relations and public relations. Following his banking career, Dan worked at Motorola for 22 years.
In 2003, Dan accepted the position of Director of Economic Development for the city of San Marcos, Texas. He directed the recruitment of new business along with the retention and expansion of local business in the area. During his two years as director, the EDC gained more private partners and raised more private dollars than it had in its history. The EDC also received the “Community of the Year for 2005” from Capital Certified Development Corporation and a 2005 Community Economic Development Award and Merit Recognition from the Texas Economic Development Council.
In June of 2006, he became the first President/CEO of the Boerne/Kendall County Economic Development Corporation. He is a past member of the Texas Economic Development Council Board of Directors. In his nine years at the BKCEDC, The organization has received two Texas Enterprise Fund Grants from the State of Texas. The Organization has also received two Community Economic Development Awards for Excellence from the Texas Economic Development Council. Under his leadership, the BKCEDC has assisted in creating over 800 jobs and more than $75 million dollars in capital investment excluding land value. This is in a community of less than 12,000 and a county of less than 37,000 in population. Dan retired from the BKCEDC in May of 2015 after nine years in the leadership position.
Brad McCafferty is responsible for construction management for New Era. Early in his career, Brad established himself as a skilled construction professional comfortable collaborating with clients, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. Brad has been involved in the commercial construction industry since 2001, and has served as Vice President for a Commercial Subcontractor, Project Manager for Commercial Subcontractors, and Project Manager for a Commercial General Contractor.
As Vice President and Principal of T. King Building Services, Inc., Brad was responsible for the overall operations and profitability for both Dallas/Fort Worth and Central Texas offices, including Business Development, Operations Management, and Corporate Administrative functions. During his time at T. King Building Services, Inc., Brad applied over 10 years of experience in the construction industry to develop highly effective, focused, and streamlined operations within a lean corporate structure to deliver high quality products and service offerings. T. King Building Services, Inc. was known as a premier specialty contractor in the Texas construction market.
Prior to his experience in commercial subcontracting, Brad served as Project Manager for FJW Construction, LLC and responsibilities included managing all aspects of new construction and renovation projects. Project experience includes healthcare, retail, religious, and aviation markets. Healthcare management experience includes multi-phased additions and renovations, such as a multi-storied hospital building addition, specialty surgery centers, imaging treatment centers (MRI, CT and PET/CT), Linear Accelerators for Oncology services, and medical office building construction. Retail and Aviation experience includes various projects at DFW International Airport.
Brad has been involved in a broad spectrum of construction management functions, including executive leadership, pre-construction services, project management, contract negotiations, document control, project scheduling, quality assurance, punch list management and project close-out. Brad’s strengths include budget control and accuracy, project flow and resource allocation, quality assurance, project scheduling, and management support to deliver quality projects.
Brad is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science.
Staci Renfro serves in the Architectural Design Department for New Era and is responsible for shell building and tenant finish out design. She has over 21 years experience in commercial architecture with projects ranging from medical office, general office, hospitality, retail, restaurant, childcare and theatre design.
Prior to joining New Era, Ms. Renfro served eleven years as a design project manager for Five Star Real Estate, where she was responsible for design and coordination of shell buildings for large mixed-use projects. Previously she worked for Runyon Architects & Associates, Inc., Partners in Architecture, William Graves Architects, Inc. and Montague Design Group. Ms. Renfro has managed and designed projects from schematic design through permit and construction.
Ms. Renfro earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture with a Minor in Interior Design from Texas Tech University in 1994.