Craig N. Blockwick
Bachelor of Arts (cum laude), 1972
University of Virginia, J.D., 1976
Since 1985, Mr. Blockwick has concentrated on construction, real estate and land development matters at a sophisticated level.
Construction related work has included: lead attorney responsibility for complex construction and mechanics lien arbitration and litigation;
special counsel to various public entities for construction claims and contracting issues, including the City of Fort Collins, the
Town of Breckenridge, the Lake City School District, and the Aspen School District; contractual drafting, general consultation, claims
evaluation and general business services for a number of substantial general contractors throughout the state, each of which performs
in excess of $50-100 million in annual work; and representation of a wide variety of owners, contractors, architects, and public entities
regarding construction related matters. General real estate work includes: full service representation of a substantial front
range real estate company developing hundreds of dwelling units per year, including all aspects of real estate acquisition, sales,
land use, construction, subdivision, condominiumization, and claims; representation of a variety of development and business entities;
common interest community formation and representation; and general real estate litigation. Mr. Blockwick has regularly lectured often
on construction and contract issues.
Blockwick Eisenstein Krahenbuhl, LLC
Partner/Member, 1987 – present
Holland & Hart, Denver, Co Garfield & Hecht, Aspen, Co Blockwick,
Garn & Neiley, Aspen, Co
Associate, 1976 - 1978 Associate,
1978 - 1980 Partner, 1980 – 1985
Mr. Blockwick lives the Colorado lifestyle to the fullest, individually and with his family, wife Kathy and children Jeffrey
and Alison. An active climber for more than thirty years, he has pursued rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering throughout
the US and in Canada, Alaska and South America. Other activities including mountain biking (including the Leadville Trail 100),
backcountry skiing in the US and Canada, desert canyoneering and anything else that offers outdoor fun and challenge. He is also a
dedicated guitarist, having played in a number of bands over the years, and still loves live music from opera to rock and roll (Phish!).
He enjoys all of this the most when done with Kathy or the kids, and much of the outdoor and other activity is a family affair. He
has lived in Colorado since 1976 and Boulder since 1985.