Bridger Corp manages land procurement, entitlement, development and construction of investment grade commercial real estate, from feasibility to marketing/leasing through to management of the stabilized asset.

We offer seamless turnkey service for the passive investor, consulting service for the more active real estate concern or virtually anything in between. On occasion, Bridger Corp is also selectively involved from an investment perspective for the right opportunity.


With vast breadth and depth, Bridger Corp teams individuals with a variety of experiences, from agriculture, contractors, tradesmen, architects and civil engineering, lending and investment banking, financial management, accounting and IT systems development, sales and property management.

Such diversity offers varying, often time competing idea champions which lend to a dynamic workplace evident in our creative nimbleness and adaptation to remain on the leading edge. Founder John T. Hoover, III is intimately involved in oversight of the entire process with co-owner Facilities, IT & Operations Manager Andrew Hoover playing an integral part of daily business operations.


Success is the culmination of many right decisions and small victories, and our Core Values are the baseline from which we operate. Our combination of raw talent driven by a motivational environment of continual improvement though tempered with the adage “to listen is to learn, to understand is to inspire” enables our success.

Continual improvement is tempered by semi-rigid systems and internal controls with quantifiable success benchmarks to test desired behavior.


We develop investment grade cash flow complexes for Bridger Corps real estate portfolio, and understand the inherent risks involved in such projects and how best to mitigate those very risks.  Our systems and experience allow us to be pound wise and operate penny conscience.

A truly turnkey development / construction / leasing / property management machine, we reduce risk and deliver an end product with lower operating costs, stronger bottom lines and greater capital appreciation.