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Executive Team

Amber Costello

President & CEO

As managing principal and business attorney, Amber’s collaborative leadership is fundamental in setting the company apart as a leading real estate and right-of-way firm. With more than 20 years experience in corporate law, federal and state compliance, contracts and procurement, talent acquisition and development, and a strong business acumen, Amber brings dynamic leadership skills to the Monument team of professionals. In her role with project delivery teams, Amber serves as a key contributor in developing innovative strategies, driving project initiatives, assessing and mitigating risk, guiding client relationships and leading the team for peak performance.

FUN FACTOID: Amber lives with her family in Orange County. Amber’s household is a real-life, modern-day “Brady Bunch” comprised of six children, Alice, and a bulldog. She regularly annoys her children by singing loudly in the car (though sadly unable to carry a tune).

Robert Morrison, P.E., MBA, CA Broker

Principal, VP of Operations
& Program Manager

A professional engineer and right-of-way expert with more than 27 years of experience delivering complex and high-profile projects, Bob has an in-depth understanding of all aspects of the project development process, extending far beyond right-of-way. His engineering knowledge provides valuable perspective on projects, enabling him to identify alternatives to streamline the right-of-way process and mitigate property impacts through design solutions.

Bob’s unique combination of expertise generates significant savings of both time and money on projects. As VP of operations, Bob oversees day-to-day operations and provides leadership to the Monument management team, ensuring the highest-quality service for our clients.

Bob currently serves on the Board of Directors with the California Transportation Foundation. He is also a member of the International Right of Way Association.

FUN FACTOID: Bob lives with his family in the Sacramento area. In his spare time, he instructs his two teenage boys about the finer points of real estate while trying to bite his lip. He remains calm by repeating the mantra, “their frontal lobe is not fully formed, their frontal lobe is not fully formed…”

Why choose a right-of-way career?

It’s a specialty that draws on diverse disciplines including real estate, management, negotiation, market analysis and community relations. If you enjoy working with people to serve a higher calling by improving the wider community, let’s talk.

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