Ron L. Helm, C.Hg., C.E.G.
Mr. Helm and his wife, Katherine, joined the Desert Mountain community with the purchase of their Cochise Ridge home approximately three years ago. However, their relationship with Desert Mountain began twenty-five years ago when his wife’s family moved to Desert Mountain. Today, four generations of the Helm family enjoy this fabulous community. Mr. Helm has the unique experience of seeing Desert Mountain through his wife’s perspective (a 25-year view), and his perspective as a relatively new member. Last year, his wife retired; they purchased their full-time residence in the Village of Lone Mountain II to accommodate their two daughters and four grandchildren (with a fifth grandchild expected mid next year). They currently own two Desert Mountain homes.
Mr. Helm and his wife are equity golf members and typically play one of the beautiful Desert Mountain courses once a week, if not more. They also enjoy biking, hiking, tennis and bocci ball.
Mr. Helm is a Founder, President and CEO of Cornerstone Earth Group, Inc, a California civil engineering firm that integrates geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, engineering geology, and construction services into a single, client-focused team to facilitate cost-effective site selection, project design, and site development. Cornerstone’s staff includes registered civil and geotechnical engineers, registered geologists, certified engineering geologists, and certified hydrogeologists.
Cornerstone is one of the leading Civil Engineering firms in the Bay Area of California. Our clients, such as Facebook, Google, Apple, Adobe, Trumark Homes, Stanford University, Alexandria, and many others benefit from our value-added engineering and consulting services in the early stages of their projects as it reduces their chances of encountering costly obstacles during planning, regulatory approval, design, development, and construction.
Mr. Helm is also President of the Office Park Association, where Cornerstone Earth Group’s main office is located in Sunnyvale, California. His duties consist of presiding over board meetings; serving as the liaison between management and the board; and reviewing and signing financial returns and other Association documents.