President | Enterprise Clients, Occupier Services | Americas
President, Enterprise Clients
OCCUPIER SERVICES | AMERICAS
Education and qualifications
Master of Architecture, University of Michigan
Master of Science, Construction Engineering, University of Michigan
BS, Architecture and Engineering, University of Michigan
Affiliations and memberships
CoreNet Global, 5-time Global Summit presenter/panelist
Chairman: University of Michigan Board of Governors, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Mobile: +1 303 646 7780
4643 South Ulster Street
Denver, CO 80237
Area of expertise
Martin Woodrow joined Colliers as president of enterprise clients within the Occupier Services | Americas platform. With more than 27 years of commercial real estate experience, Martin is an expert in growing and leading large and complex organizations, collaborating extensively and pushing the organization to deliver differentiated results for clients.
Prior to joining Colliers, Martin was an executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield. He ran the firm’s Occupier Services business in the West Region of the United States, including Mexico and South America. He had direct responsibility for more than 2,500 employees generating $250 million of annual revenue in the delivery of services including Transaction Management, Project Management, Lease Administration and Facility Management to more than 50 multi-market clients.
Most recently, Martin led the integration and growth of C&W’s West Region Global Occupier Services business. Under his leadership, the business improved in all key metrics including top line revenue, profitability and client retention. It also added more than a dozen new Fortune 500 clients. Martin now leads a team of seasoned professionals managing delivery of services to Colliers' largest global clients including Nokia, Nestle, BAE Systems, Microsoft, and SAP.
Martin graduated from the University of Michigan with a dual master’s degree in Architecture and Construction Engineering.
Staying involved with his alma mater, Martin currently serves as chairman of the alumni board for the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Martin is also a five-time presenter/panelist at the CoreNet Global Summit.