COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
TIMOTHY PULTE HAS JOINED THE FIRM
January 8, 2018 [Philadelphia, PA] - Colliers International | Philadelphia is pleased to announce that Tim Pulte has joined the senior management team in the role of Senior Executive Vice President. Tim will lead and support the continued growth and success of the industrial and office brokerage divisions in Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware.
Tim brings more than 31 years of industry experience to Colliers, having served in a variety of roles. These include Chief Operating Officer for the Delaware River Port Authority where he was responsible for the corporate operations, facility management, real estate, security, fleet operations, food service, and capital improvements across all assets owned by the Authority and managed an annual operating budget of $40 million and assisted in development and implementation of the $500 million-dollar multi-year capital budget. Other experience includes: President and Partner, GVA Smith Mack; Vice President, Land Acquisition, Pulte Homes; Senior Vice President, GMH Capital Partners; and Executive Vice President, Managing Director, Grubb & Ellis.
“I am thrilled to be joining one of the fastest growing commercial real estate organizations in the world,” said Pulte, “and I look forward to working with Colliers’ leadership team to achieve their strategic objectives for the future.”
“Tim is a born leader,” said Doug Sayer, President and CEO of Colliers International in Philadelphia. “He is an expert in building and developing entrepreneurial enterprises and implementing successful business plans, as well as a trusted and informed advisor.”
Tim serves on the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Police Athletics League (PAL), Board of Directors for Eagles Fly for Leukemia and is a former member of the Board of Trustees for Thomas Jefferson University. Additionally, Tim is a member of CoreNet Global, ICSC, and the University of Connecticut School of Business Center for Real Estate Council.