Bryce Martinez grew up working for his father’s commercial construction company which primarily specializes in the procurement of agricultural storage facilities for farmers in the southwest. In addition to this construction background, Bryce has experience installing and maintaining commercial climate control systems for the facilities he constructed. Bryce’s industry experience and passion for construction allow him to easily connect with clients and efficiently manage construction disputes.
Having worked multiple blue-collar jobs, Bryce understands the value of practical experience not only for construction professionals, but also for attorneys. While in law school, he specifically focused on developing his legal writing skills as an intern for Justice Monica Márquez of the Colorado Supreme Court and Magistrate Judge Scott Varholak of the United States District Court. Bryce also joined Colorado Law’s barristers’ council and competed in moot court to develop his skills as an oral advocate.