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Scott joined Colliers - Asset Services in June 2004 bringing with him over 18 years combined experience in property management, facilities management and maintenance. In the past several years, Scott has successfully transitioned the management of over 25 million square feet of property; been on both sides of due diligence for over 9 million square feet of property transactions, and a key contributor to over 40 pursuit proposals for new business. He served in the United States Navy Nuclear Power Program for six years where he operated maintained, and repaired a nuclear power plant onboard a fast-attack submarine. He also worked for the City of Norfolk - Department of Civic Facilities as an operating engineer II where he supervised the day-to-day operations of seven civic facilities buildings. He joined The Runnymede Corporation, a real estate owner/developer, as a building manager overseeing the planning, operation, maintenance and repair of over 250,000 square feet of Class A & B high-rise office buildings, a 50,000 square foot strip center, and a 240-unit apartment complex. Next, he joined the Trammell Crow Company as a property manager overseeing 4.5 million square feet of industrial space and 125,000 square feet of office space with over 50 tenants and 20 buildings.
Real Estate Management Services, Asset Management, Property and Facilities Management
Principal Capital Management, TA Realty Associates
In 2002, Scott worked for Trammell Crow Company and Principal Capital Management to manage a speculative building known as Summit. Scott was able to manage the building from the ground up through lease execution and ultimate sale of the property. Due to the success of this project, Principal purchased the remaining 76 acres with plans to develop two additional buildings that Scott managed. The second building was leased in 2006 and sold in 2007. The third building is currently shell complete. In 2004, Colliers was awarded two additional multi-tenant warehouse buildings to lease and manage on behalf of Principal.
TA Realty Services
In 2001, Scott joined Trammell Crow Company and commenced managing Shelby Air Park. For the next two years Scott controlled operating expenses and helped the client migrate to its current Kardin budget system. In 2004, Scott joined Colliers and within one month the client requested that Scott take on Shelby Air Park as its manager. At this point, after Scott was reassigned to the property, he inherited over $600,000 in aged receivables. Within three (3) months, he reduced AR to $0.00. Colliers was also awarded the management of The Goodyear Building for this client.
Affiliations & Memberships
Tennessee Real Estate Affiliate Broker, BOMA - Buildings Owners and Managers Assoc., IREM - Institute of Real Estate Management