Case Studies

Case Studies

When we think of great service, a few examples stand out. Whether it’s getting more than we expected from a retailer, better results from a business service, or a special personal touch at a restaurant, we identify and appreciate it when people go the extra mile.

Exceeding your expectations is the cornerstone of our approach to service excellence. We do this through careful listening to uncover unexpressed needs, exceptional communication at each stage of a project, and the resources and accountability to deliver. Our collaborative culture allows us to work seamlessly for a better outcome, tap resources on the other side of the office or the other side of the world, and continuously learn from our clients’ feedback.

Explore our case studies to learn more about our passion for service excellence and drive for results. You might see challenges that parallel your own business needs—whatever they are, we’re ready to help.

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“What impressed us most about Colliers was their combination of national market coverage and extensive connections for both brokerage and state-of-the-art property management systems.”

Peter Cuthbert Vice President, Standard Life Investments

Case Study

W&O Supply is a wholly owned subsidiary of PON Holdings B.V. of the Netherlands.  Balancing the expectation of Pon Holdings with that of W&O Supply’s local management was challenging.  The parent company wanted a “green building”.  They also placed high emphases on the quality of the project and the image it would project as their North American Corporate Headquarters.  W&O Supply had the same desires but also had budgetary constraints to consider that required them to focus on the economics of the deal

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Case Study

At the height of the residential boom, Bacardi started receiving unsolicited offers for 1,000 acres that they owned in the Northeast quadrant of I-95 and Pecan Park Road in the North Jacksonville Industrial Submarket. Bacardi extended a RFP to Colliers International Northeast Florida and two other brokers to market their property. Colliers won the assignment, Hobart Joost, Jr., SIOR was the lead broker. The major challenge was the fact that the property had no entitlements, engineering or zoning that fit the market conditions..

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