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  • What's Next for the Dynamic Industrial Market? (2021) Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/12/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Whether you are developing, investing or brokering industrial real estate, you know the product has been hot and continues to expand. E-commerce, last mile delivery, two-story urban distribution centers and more continue to shape all aspects of the multifaceted industrial market.

    Whether you are developing, investing or brokering industrial real estate, you know the product has been hot and continues to expand. E-commerce, last mile delivery, two-story urban distribution centers and more continue to shape all aspects of the multifaceted industrial market.

    Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the sector with Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College and Michael J. Seiler, Ph.D., J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance, College of William & Mary. They will provide insights and data from the new NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast, identify linkages between overall economic activity and the demand for industrial real estate, and engage in a live Q&A session with attendees.

    This webinar is part of a six-part series on industrial-focused topics hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021.

    Hany Guirguis, Ph.D.

    Professor of Economics and Finance

    Manhattan College

    • Professor of economics and finance at Manhattan College and the recipient of the Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Endowed Chair in Finance.
    • Has taught numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in finance, econometrics, statistics, accounting, and economics.
    • Specializes in financial modeling and applied econometrics and has published more than forty articles in several finance and economics journals.
    • Received his B.A. in accounting from Helwan University, M.A. in economics from the American University in Cairo, M.B.A. in Finance from Baruch College, and M.S. and Ph.D. in macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Oregon. 

    Michael J. Seiler, Ph.D.

    J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance

    College of William & Mary

    • Dr. Seiler is an internationally recognized behavioral real estate researcher whose studies have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, LA Times, and Washington Post. He has published over 175 research studies, has written several books, and serves as the co-editor of Journal of Real Estate Research.
    • He is formerly a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and the London School of Economics and a Visiting Professor at Johns Hopkins University and the Australian National University.
    • A former hedge fund Chief Economist,  Michael is a past recipient of the William N. Kinnard Young Scholar Award, and more recently received the James A. Graaskamp Award which recognizes extraordinary iconoclastic thought/action throughout a person’s career in the development of a multi-disciplinary philosophy of real estate in the areas of behavioral real estate and decision-making.

  • Talent Management Outlook 2021: Pivot and Reset Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/23/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Examine the biggest trends in commercial real estate employment so you can make more strategic hiring and business decisions. Join these two experts for a discussion on how the pandemic has reshaped the talent management industry, recent findings on industry employment trends and compensation, recruitment and retention tactics, and the future of the commercial real estate workforce.

    Examine the biggest trends in commercial real estate employment so you can make more strategic hiring and business decisions. Join these two experts for a discussion on how the pandemic has reshaped the talent management industry, recent findings on industry employment trends and compensation, recruitment and retention tactics, and the future of the commercial real estate workforce. Wondering how your business can address diversity and inclusion, succession planning or managing a multigenerational workforce? Bring your employment questions for our speakers to address during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

    Speakers:
    Christopher Lee, President and CEO, CEL & Associates
    Marc Torrey, Vice President, SelectLeaders

    Christopher Lee

    President and CEO

    CEL & Associates

    • President and CEO of CEL & Associates, one of the nation’s leading real estate consulting and advisory firms.  Mr. Lee’s firm, founded in 1994, has provided: strategic advice; performance/change management services; compensation review and plan design; organizational/operational architecture; governance; and investment services to over 500 of the leading real estate firms in North America. 
    • He is recognized as the real estate industry’s leading “Real Estate Futurist,” and advisor to real estate companies nationwide for over 30 years. He is a frequent contributor to national journals and a keynote speaker at real estate conferences.
    • Mr. Lee correctly predicted the last two real estate cycles with those insights providing valuable guideposts to clients and industry leaders.
    • He has authored a book entitled Transformational Leadership in the New Age of Real Estate, which is now in its second edition, as well as From Good To Great To Outstanding, A Real Estate Leader’s Guide To Optimal Performance.
    • Mr. Lee’s national newsletter, Strategic Advantage, is now received by approximately 14,000 senior leaders within real estate companies, and he recently released his 100 Predictions For The Real Estate Industry in 2025.

    Marc Torrey

    Vice President

    SelectLeaders

    • Marc Torrey is Vice President of SelectLeaders. 
    • Marc works with all size agencies, advertisers, and employers within the commercial real estate recruiting industry. He uses extensive experience within the industry and proven ability to initiate creative sales and talent acquisition programs to deliver immediate results to his clients. 
    • Marc is recognized as an energetic, long-range strategic planner, and noteworthy communicator/public speaker.

  • Office Leasing Trends in 2021 Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/23/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    One of the biggest office leasing trends in 2021 will be executing quick, simple and flexible workplace solutions. Join these two experts who will share their perspectives on the future of office leasing, including why flexibility is no longer a "nice to have," but a "must have."

    One of the biggest office leasing trends in 2021 will be executing quick, simple and flexible workplace solutions. What does that mean for both investors and occupiers? Join these two experts who will share their perspectives on the future of office leasing, including why flexibility is no longer a "nice to have," but a "must have."

    Speakers:
    Ben Hautt, Co-managing Partner, Stream
    Preston Young, Regional Managing Partner, Stream

    This webinar is part of a six-part series on office-focused topics hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021.

    Ben Hautt

    Co-Managing Partner

    Stream Realty

    Since opening the Atlanta office of Stream in 2008, Ben Hautt has been responsible for growing the services portfolio, recruiting new talent, and identifying acquisitions in Georgia. The Atlanta office grew from one employee to over seventy under Ben and his co-managing partner’s lead, while adding over 40 million square feet of assignments.

    The Atlanta office is consistently recognized for its work. In 2017 Stream’s Lee + White won best renovation project in Atlanta and the office itself is consistently recognized as a “Best Place to Work” by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

    Ben serves on the board of Restavek Freedom, the Dedman College Executive Board at SMU, and is heavily involved with Young Life Haiti. He leads yearly mission trips to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake and works with the Bright Futures Atlanta organization locally.

    Preston Young

    Regional Managing Partner

    Stream Realty

    • Preston Young is responsible for identifying and jointly spearheading strategic growth opportunities for the firm. Preston provides oversight for all third-party responsibilities, including asset management, acquisition and development activities.
    • In addition, Preston leads the firm’s Houston office, where the service and principal portfolio exceeds 45.0 million square feet. The portfolio positions Stream as one of the largest commercial real estate organizations in Houston. 
    • Under his leadership, Stream has consistently been ranked as one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Houston Business Journal and “Top Workplaces” by the Houston Chronicle and are perennial recipients of Costar’s “Power Broker,” an award recognizing the top commercial real estate brokerage firms by city.
    • In 2018, the Houston Business Journal honored Preston as one of the top “40 Under 40” business leaders in Houston. Before joining Stream, he served in the capital markets division at Trammell Crow Company.

  • 2021 Office Webinar Series

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/23/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    This package includes a series of six (6) office-focused webinars hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021.

    This package includes a series of six (6) office-focused webinars hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021. Webinars will examine the 2021 office leasing trends; future demand for office space; and more. 

    Webinar speakers are experts from across the industry representing diverse companies and viewpoints. Hear their insights and take advantage of opportunities for discussion at the end of each webinar in the form of a live Q&A.

    Registration is free for NAIOP members.

    Ben Hautt

    Co-Managing Partner

    Stream Realty

    Since opening the Atlanta office of Stream in 2008, Ben Hautt has been responsible for growing the services portfolio, recruiting new talent, and identifying acquisitions in Georgia. The Atlanta office grew from one employee to over seventy under Ben and his co-managing partner’s lead, while adding over 40 million square feet of assignments.

    The Atlanta office is consistently recognized for its work. In 2017 Stream’s Lee + White won best renovation project in Atlanta and the office itself is consistently recognized as a “Best Place to Work” by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

    Ben serves on the board of Restavek Freedom, the Dedman College Executive Board at SMU, and is heavily involved with Young Life Haiti. He leads yearly mission trips to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake and works with the Bright Futures Atlanta organization locally.

    Preston Young

    Regional Managing Partner

    Stream Realty

    • Preston Young is responsible for identifying and jointly spearheading strategic growth opportunities for the firm. Preston provides oversight for all third-party responsibilities, including asset management, acquisition and development activities.
    • In addition, Preston leads the firm’s Houston office, where the service and principal portfolio exceeds 45.0 million square feet. The portfolio positions Stream as one of the largest commercial real estate organizations in Houston. 
    • Under his leadership, Stream has consistently been ranked as one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Houston Business Journal and “Top Workplaces” by the Houston Chronicle and are perennial recipients of Costar’s “Power Broker,” an award recognizing the top commercial real estate brokerage firms by city.
    • In 2018, the Houston Business Journal honored Preston as one of the top “40 Under 40” business leaders in Houston. Before joining Stream, he served in the capital markets division at Trammell Crow Company.

  • 2021 Industrial Webinar Series

    Contains 4 Component(s) Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 01/26/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    This package includes a series of six (6) industrial-focused webinars hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021. Webinars will examine the transformation of retail and its impact on industrial; cold storage and pharmaceuticals; future demand for industrial space; and more.

    This package includes a series of six (6) industrial-focused webinars hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021. Webinars will examine the transformation of retail and its impact on industrial; cold storage and pharmaceuticals; future demand for industrial space; and more.

    Webinar speakers are experts from across the industry representing diverse companies and viewpoints. Hear their insights and take advantage of opportunities for discussion at the end of each webinar in the form of a live Q&A.

    Registration is free for NAIOP members.

    Andrea Himmel

    Director of Acquisitions

    Himmel + Meringoff Properties

    • In 2018, Andrea joined Himmel & Meringoff Properties, the commercial real estate firm that her mother cofounded in 1979. H+M owns one of the largest privately owned portfolios of commercial real estate in NYC, committed to the long-term ownership and hands-on operation of office buildings in Manhattan and industrial warehouses in the boroughs.
    • Andrea runs acquisitions and growth for the company. In addition, she is leading the rezoning of H+M’s 8-acre site in Parkchester.
    • She is recognized as a thought leader in the New York real estate community, speaking regularly on panels for organizations including The Commercial Observer, CUNY TV, REFI, The Real Deal, The Stoler Report, The Opal Group, and Bisnow.
    • In 2016, Andrea launched an oil company in Texas, Tierra Resource Partners. Two years later, she launched a successor fund to invest in oil and gas royalties called Revere Resources. She hired a team of former Bain and Apollo energy veterans, raised $6 million to buy oil royalties in Southwest Texas, and sold the fund one year later for $18 million.

    Jeffrey Rinkov, SIOR

    CEO

    Lee & Associates

    • Jeff Rinkov began his brokerage career in 1997 in Lee & Associates' Commerce office as an industrial agent.
    • He transitioned from Associate to Shareholder in 2001; a designation earned based upon transaction volume and revenue. Rinkov served as the President of that office for 11 years, the last five of which he also served on the Lee & Associates Board of Directors and Strategic Planning Committee.
    • In 2015, he accepted the position of CEO and Chairman of the Board of Lee & Associates, and during his tenure, company expansion and revenue growth have occurred at a record pace.
    • Rinkov graduated from Pepperdine University and is an active member in many industry organizations, including CCIM, CREW, ICSC, NAIOP, and SIOR.

    Hany Guirguis, Ph.D.

    Professor of Economics and Finance

    Manhattan College

    • Professor of economics and finance at Manhattan College and the recipient of the Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Endowed Chair in Finance.
    • Has taught numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in finance, econometrics, statistics, accounting, and economics.
    • Specializes in financial modeling and applied econometrics and has published more than forty articles in several finance and economics journals.
    • Received his B.A. in accounting from Helwan University, M.A. in economics from the American University in Cairo, M.B.A. in Finance from Baruch College, and M.S. and Ph.D. in macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Oregon. 

    Michael J. Seiler, Ph.D.

    J.E. Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance

    College of William & Mary

    • Dr. Seiler is an internationally recognized behavioral real estate researcher whose studies have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, LA Times, and Washington Post. He has published over 175 research studies, has written several books, and serves as the co-editor of Journal of Real Estate Research.
    • He is formerly a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and the London School of Economics and a Visiting Professor at Johns Hopkins University and the Australian National University.
    • A former hedge fund Chief Economist,  Michael is a past recipient of the William N. Kinnard Young Scholar Award, and more recently received the James A. Graaskamp Award which recognizes extraordinary iconoclastic thought/action throughout a person’s career in the development of a multi-disciplinary philosophy of real estate in the areas of behavioral real estate and decision-making.

  • The Transformation of Retail and its Direct Influence on Industrial’s Boom Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/26/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    In this webinar, explore how the drive to strengthen supply chain resilience is accelerating demand for urban warehouses, resulting in a flood of capital into industrial real estate in urban areas.

    The sweeping disruption to brick-and-mortar retail caused by the rapid growth of e-commerce is widely known. What has garnered less attention, however, is how the surge in e-commerce has shaped industrial real estate. To meet demand for faster deliveries, implementation of an efficient last mile distribution strategy is critical. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, demand for consumer staples skyrocketed, high-street retail went dark only to become micro-fulfillment centers, contactless delivery became a standard practice, and businesses across all sectors have been aggressively scrutinizing their supply chain resiliency. In this webinar, Jeffrey Rinkov, CEO, Lee & Associates, will interview Andrea Himmel, Director of Acquisitions, Himmel + Meringoff Properties, about how the drive to strengthen supply chain resilience is accelerating demand for urban warehouses, resulting in a flood of capital into industrial real estate in urban areas.

    Speakers:
    Andrea Himmel, Director of Acquisitions, Himmel + Meringoff Properties
    Jeffrey Rinkov, CEO, Lee & Associates

    This webinar is part of a six-part series on industrial-focused topics hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021.

    Andrea Himmel

    Director of Acquisitions

    Himmel + Meringoff Properties

    • In 2018, Andrea joined Himmel & Meringoff Properties, the commercial real estate firm that her mother cofounded in 1979. H+M owns one of the largest privately owned portfolios of commercial real estate in NYC, committed to the long-term ownership and hands-on operation of office buildings in Manhattan and industrial warehouses in the boroughs.
    • Andrea runs acquisitions and growth for the company. In addition, she is leading the rezoning of H+M’s 8-acre site in Parkchester.
    • She is recognized as a thought leader in the New York real estate community, speaking regularly on panels for organizations including The Commercial Observer, CUNY TV, REFI, The Real Deal, The Stoler Report, The Opal Group, and Bisnow.
    • In 2016, Andrea launched an oil company in Texas, Tierra Resource Partners. Two years later, she launched a successor fund to invest in oil and gas royalties called Revere Resources. She hired a team of former Bain and Apollo energy veterans, raised $6 million to buy oil royalties in Southwest Texas, and sold the fund one year later for $18 million.

    Jeffrey Rinkov, SIOR

    CEO

    Lee & Associates

    • Jeff Rinkov began his brokerage career in 1997 in Lee & Associates' Commerce office as an industrial agent.
    • He transitioned from Associate to Shareholder in 2001; a designation earned based upon transaction volume and revenue. Rinkov served as the President of that office for 11 years, the last five of which he also served on the Lee & Associates Board of Directors and Strategic Planning Committee.
    • In 2015, he accepted the position of CEO and Chairman of the Board of Lee & Associates, and during his tenure, company expansion and revenue growth have occurred at a record pace.
    • Rinkov graduated from Pepperdine University and is an active member in many industry organizations, including CCIM, CREW, ICSC, NAIOP, and SIOR.

  • The Challenge Continues: Approaching your Mortgage Lender Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/12/2021

    Attorney George A. Pincus, Esq., of Stearns Weaver Miller, P.A., will provide an update following his April 2020 webinar and discuss any changes in the last 10 months. He will provide expert guidance about the considerations to keep in mind during discussions with a lender and advise how to document any forbearance or loan modification agreements.

    COVID-19 continues to cause revenue challenges for many businesses, leaving building owners with reduced cash flows to fulfill their mortgage loan obligations. Are mortgage lenders still willing to offer forbearance agreements and other loan modifications to borrowers to avoid the possibility of defaults by their borrowers? Attorney George A. Pincus, Esq., of Stearns Weaver Miller, P.A., will provide an update following his April 2020 webinar and discuss any changes in the last 10 months. He will provide expert guidance about the considerations to keep in mind during discussions with a lender and advise how to document any forbearance or loan modification agreements.

    Speaker:
    George Pincus, Esq., Attorney, Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler, Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.

    George Pincus

    Shareholder

    Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.

    • George Pincus is a Shareholder in the Real Estate Department at Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A. His practice focuses on office, industrial, retail and build-to-suit leasing, real estate finance and loan work-outs, acquisition and sale transactions and real estate private equity matters, including the formation of real estate investment funds and negotiation of joint venture agreements.
    • Has over 30 years of commercial real estate experience and has counseled clients through distress events in numerous real estate down cycles, dating back to the days of the RTC through the 2007-2008 downturn.
    • Well versed in representing landlords, tenants, lenders, borrower, buyers, sellers, funds and investors in real estate and private equity transactions, Pincus is a solution-driven attorney who recognizes the importance of getting deals closed for his clients.
    • Pincus has been actively involved with NAIOP for many years and has served in a variety of leadership positions in NAIOP's local, state and national organizations.
    • Pincus has published a number of articles on commercial leasing topics. He is often asked to participate as an instructor in continuing education programs sponsored by the Florida Bar, NAIOP, IREM and other real estate professional organizations.

  • The Forces Shaping Office Space Demand Webinar (2020)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/15/2020

    Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the office sector with Hany Guirguis Ph.D., Manhattan College and Tim Savage, Ph.D. of the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate.

    The Advantage Series is an exclusive member benefit, delivering expert insights into the latest research to help you make informed business decisions.

    Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the office sector with Hany Guirguis Ph.D., Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College and Tim Savage, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate.  They will provide insights and data from the latest NAIOP Office Space Demand Forecast, identify linkages between overall economic activity and the demand for office real estate, and engage in a live Q&A session with attendees.

    Hany Guirguis, Ph.D.

    Professor of Economics and Finance

    Manhattan College

    • Professor of economics and finance at Manhattan College and the recipient of the Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Endowed Chair in Finance.
    • Has taught numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in finance, econometrics, statistics, accounting, and economics.
    • Specializes in financial modeling and applied econometrics and has published more than forty articles in several finance and economics journals.
    • Received his B.A. in accounting from Helwan University, M.A. in economics from the American University in Cairo, M.B.A. in Finance from Baruch College, and M.S. and Ph.D. in macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Oregon. 

    Tim Savage, Ph.D.

    Clinical Assistant Professor of Real Estate

    • Clinical assistant professor of real estate at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate, where he is the Program Coordinator of Data Science and the Faculty Director of Hirsh Scholars.
    • The former Senior Managing Economist and Principal Data Scientist of CBRE Econometric Advisors. Tim is a data scientist with nearly 20 years of experience at international firms such as Charles River Associates and Navigant Consulting.
    • His general focus is the use of machine learning to evaluate business strategy.
    • Speaks frequently to institutional investors in commercial real estate on macroeconomics, monetary policy, and the potential impacts of big data and technological change. His research has been twice discussed in the Economist, and he has addressed the National League of Cities on uses of big data in policy making.
    • He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

  • The Evolution of the Warehouse: Trends in Technology and Innovation Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/02/2020

    In this webinar, learn about key findings from the recent NAIOP Research Foundation report, "The Evolution of the Warehouse: Trends in Technology, Design, Development and Delivery," and hear from leading experts in the field about how technology and innovation are enabling an evolution of warehouse and distribution real estate.

    The real estate industry is experiencing an unparalleled transformation across all asset classes. Advancements in technology and the adoption of new applications for real estate is causing fundamental change in the built environment. Automation, data analytics, ubiquitous sensors, AI and autonomous vehicles promise to create higher levels of productivity and allow for more efficient use of space. In this webinar, learn about key findings from the recent NAIOP Research Foundation report, "The Evolution of the Warehouse: Trends in Technology, Design, Development and Delivery," and hear from leading experts in the field about how technology and innovation are enabling an evolution of warehouse and distribution real estate.

    Speakers:
    Liz Dunn, Senior Vice President, Customer Led Innovation, Prologis
    Jeff Milanaik, Partner, Northeast Region - Bridge Development Partners
    Steve Weikal, CRE Tech Lead, Real Estate Innovation Lab, Head of Industry Relations, MIT Center for Real Estate

     

    Liz Dunn

    Senior Vice President, Customer Led Innovation, Prologis

    • Liz Dunn is Senior Vice President, Customer Led Innovation based in San Francisco, California.
    • She runs a team that drives innovation initiatives focused on solving customer needs and pain points across the supply chain. She also manages key customer relationships, servicing and growing several of Prologis’ most strategic global accounts. 
    • Prior to this role, Ms. Dunn managed relationships across Prologis’ institutional investors and sell-side analysts on the Investor Relations team and held several other roles in the finance department and Office of the CIO.
    • Ms. Dunn holds an MBA in Finance and Real Estate from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Georgetown University.

    Jeff Milanaik

    Partner, Northeast Region - Bridge Development Partners

    • Jeff Milanaik, Partner, joined Bridge Development Partners in 2014 when he opened Bridge’s New Jersey office. He is responsible for Bridge’s acquisition and development activities throughout the Northeast Region. Since joining the company, he has successfully completed development transactions on nearly 9 million square feet of industrial real estate in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania with a value in excess of $2.15 billion.
    • Bridge is a dynamic steward of institutional capital and a successful fiduciary to an equity partner who continues to deploy capital on a national platform.  In 2012, Bridge formed a strategic joint venture with Dallas-based Akard Street Partners, L.P. (now Banner Oak Capital Partners, L.P.), an investment partnership of Hunt Realty Investments, Inc. and Teacher Retirement System of Texas (“TRS”). 
    • He previously served as President/Partner of Heller Industrial Parks Inc. and holds over 30 years of experience in commercial real estate. 
    • Jeff currently serves on NAIOP's Corporate Executive Board as Vice Chair, Government Affairs. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of NAIOP-NJ and is past President of NAIOP-NJ. 

    Steve Weikal

    CRE Tech Lead, Real Estate Innovation Lab Head of Industry Relations, MIT Center for Real Estate

    • Steve Weikal is a lecturer, researcher, and the CRE Tech lead in the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab, focused on innovative new technology and business models that disrupt the traditional ways of developing, transacting and managing real estate. He is also Head of Industry Relations at the MIT Center for Real Estate, responsible for managing relationships between the Center and its global network of industry partners and over 1,200 alumni, represented in 48 countries.
    • Steve is a member of the Global Insights Panel for MIT Technology Review, a member of the CREtech Leadership Board, and sits on the advisory boards of five real estate technology start-ups. 
    • He was the Founder of MIT Real Disruption, a successful series of conferences discussing the impact of emerging technology on the real estate industry that is now part of the international CREtech conference platform. 
    • Steve has spoken extensively about real estate technology for private clients around the world, and at conferences for AFIRE, AsRES, BOMA, CCIM, CoreNet, CREW, ICSC, IREM, NAIOP, SIOR, and ULI, and, and has been quoted by numerous media outlets, including BuzzFeed, TechInsider, Medium, CP Executive, the Boston Globe, GlobeSt. the Real Reporter, Travel Weekly, IPE Real Assets Europe and Anuario Inmobiliario LatinoAmerica.

  • Strategies for Reentry: Effective Building Maintenance and Operations Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/17/2020

    During this webinar, speakers will outline a strategic approach to these topics and detail an implementation framework, conceptual costs, integrated and sustainable operations, and more.

    As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, those charged with leading, managing, operating and maintaining their organizations and facilities are now likely faced with significant new uncertainties. In this new landscape, it's critical to take a fresh look at each building, facility, campus, manufacturing site or office complex and ask: "What is the function of this facility now and in the future?" Proven approaches and tools can help you to minimize risks as you face previously unexpected decisions and challenges while preparing for reentry. During this webinar, speakers will outline a strategic approach to these topics and detail an implementation framework, conceptual costs, integrated and sustainable operations, and more.
     
    Speakers:
    Casey Martin, AIA, AICP, Subject Matter Expert, Jacobs
    Nina Wollman, Vice President, Global Director, Jacobs

    Casey Martin, AIA, AICP

    Subject Matter Expert, Jacobs

    • Casey Martin is a subject matter expert in facility and asset management.  
    • Her expertise incorporates maintenance and operation strategies, performance metric determinations, decision support analysis, benchmarking, life cycle analyses, reliable performance planning, total cost of ownership analyses, and risk reduction strategies across federal, aviation, healthcare, education, local government and commercial markets.  
    • Ms. Martin is the current chair for the U.S. ISO Technical Committee 267 (Facility Management) in the development of the international FM standards that are paving the way for the Facilities Management industry to form a global community with a consistent framework that defines the profession internationally.

    Nina Wollman

    Vice President, Global Director, Jacobs

    • Nina Wollman is the Vice President and Global Director for Strategic Consulting at Jacobs.  
    • She specializes in providing strategic asset management transformation services to support client problem definition, decision-making and reductions in total cost of ownership.  She assists a broad variety of clients in the evaluation of their facilities and assets in order to develop strategic plans that provide facility professionals with the tools to manage resources, limited or vast, in a measurable way.  
    • Nina has assessed and consulted on client portfolios totaling more than a billion square feet for a variety of clients including education, municipal, airports, state and local governments, telecommunications, and commercial.