Rebecca Warntz is the Vice President for Design and Construction at Enterprise Community Development, a division of Enterprise Community Partners. Warntz brings 30 years of experience, where she oversees a team of construction managers responsible for coordination of the design, permitting, budgeting and construction of Enterprise’s communities. She is also responsible for authorizing the Community Development division’s product standards and ensuring each community is uniquely designed to meet the specific needs of its residents.
Under Enterprise Homes, Inc., a founding organization of Enterprise Community Development, Warntz has constructed or preserved approximately 4,000 units for both families and seniors including a broad range of housing product types in both urban and suburban locations. She has extensive green building experience delivering communities certified under LEED, Enterprise Green Communities, NGBS and Energy Star. Her expertise in both new construction and renovation has set standards within the organization as the leading practitioner in this region. Many projects under Warntz’s purview at Enterprise have received notable awards including the Maryland DHCD Excellence in Project Design and Construction, Maryland Department of Planning Sustainable Growth, ULI Wavemaker, NAHB Best in American Living and Maryland USGBC Leadership Awards.
Prior to joining Enterprise in 2005, Warntz was a project manager with Kinsley Construction, Inc. in Baltimore, where her construction portfolio included institutional, commercial and industrial projects. Several of her projects were recognized with ABC Excellence in Construction Awards.
Warntz attended Penn State University and is an active member of the Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition Construction Committee.