Senior Vice President Brokerage
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Anthony joined Colliers Site Selection team as Senior Vice President after serving two decades in location consulting, site selection, and real estate development for national firms. Colliers Site Selection is a national platform focused on locating and implementing distribution centers and manufacturing plants for industrial companies across the US.
Anthony and the Colliers Site Selection team bring one-of-a-kind expertise to industrial site selection through: supply chain optimization, location analysis, labor evaluations, and operating cost analysis. The entire team is a trusted advisor throughout facility planning and implementation including real estate procurement, incentive negotiations, facility design, and construction.
Anthony has worked on behalf of Fortune 500 and national brands as project lead, consultant, and developer. He spent ten years as an executive with an Atlanta-based site selection and design-builder with active construction projects in 38 states. As Vice President, Anthony led the businesses’ national marketing and business development strategy. In his tenure, Anthony developed a reputation as a national thought leader, writer, and public speaker - completing over 50 speaking engagements in the last three years.
University of Georgia - Class of 1999 - Real Estate
Executive Vice President
John joined Colliers International when the firm acquired The Walker Companies in 2017, where he was a partner for over 25 years. John now leads Colliers Site Selection Services practice, specializing in manufacturing, distribution and e-commerce fulfillment facilities, with responsibility for planning, implementing and managing location consulting engagements including site selection analyses, operating cost studies and incentive negotiations.
He has led site selection and implementation projects for complex, high capital expenditure projects such as steel galvanizing and high capacity power transformer production, as well as traditional distribution and e-commenrce projects. Engagements have been completed for companies such as ArcelorMittal, Gruppo EFACEC, Columbia Sportswear, Aldi and Wolverine Worldwide.
John has 35 years experience in strategic planning and research, and was formerly Director of Economic Development Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute before co-founding The Walker Companies in 1987. He has spoken widely on labor analytics, labor union threat assessment and site selection of industrial facilities to organizations such as the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), The Material Handling Institute (MODEX), The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), The Logistics Institute, The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA), and the Association of American Geographers.
Senior Vice President, Site Selections Services
As Senior Vice President, Monty serves as Chair of Colliers’ Economic Incentives practice group and helps lead Colliers’ national site selection and incentive negotiation services business line - guiding clients looking to invest in new expansions or relocation alternatives. As the facilitator of Colliers’ proprietary site selection modeling tool, Indsite®, Monty executes multi-state corporate location decisions through consulting engagements focused on labor analytics, utility infrastructure, logistics, taxes, environmental considerations, economic incentives and overall business climate.
During the span of his career, he has consulted on projects with an estimated capital investment of over USD $6 billion and new direct employment of over 3,000. He has had the privilege of working with clients across North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, and Asia in an array of industries including operations in manufacturing, distribution, and office. His clients include both domestic and international companies looking to invest within the United States and abroad.
In 2018, Monty was peer recommended and accepted into the leading industry group, the Site Selectors Guild. As a voice for the next generation of site selection professionals, Monty has spoken widely on site selection and strategic negotiation strategies at conferences hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives, Mississippi Development Authority, University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government, Southern Company, Tennessee Valley Authority, among others and has written for industry magazines such as Area Development and Trade & Development.
Executive Managing Director
Nathan is the Executive Managing Director and Market Leader at Colliers and has global experience leading businesses and teams at some of the world’s most recognized companies. His first job out of college was working in a warehouse and becoming forklift certified, hand-writing serial numbers, and learning distribution, consumer durables, and end-to-end supply chain from the ground up. Since then, he has had a progressive career with multiple leadership roles Internationally. Nathan's background and experience helps clients understand how real estate decisions affect their entire business operations. He has led and built a direct-to-consumer business, negotiated and leased +1 MM SF distribution centers, conducted site selection projects for international companies, optimized end-to-end supply chain for distributors, managed large global accounts, and consulted on the distribution of the H1N1 vaccine.
This experience in both Corporate America and Commercial Real Estate blend seamlessly and provide his clients with industry expertise. Since he has had time sitting on both sides of the table, he has unique insights that to help clients make the best decisions to execute on their strategies.
Earlier in his career, Nathan held multiple leadership roles at Electrolux Major Appliances, the world's second largest appliance manufacturer. Most recently, he was the General Manager, Ownership Solutions with responsibility for North America. This business unit had six service lines within a +$16 Bn global public company. He also has previous leadership experience at LG, Booz Allen Hamilton, and General Electric.