Mohr Partners, Inc. Promotes Tim Sullivan to Director, Project Management Services
June 29th, 2017 | Press Releases
DALLAS, TX – June 29, 2017 – Mohr Partners, Inc., a global corporate real estate advisory firm, today announced that Tim Sullivan has been promoted to the position of Director, Project Management Services. Tim leads Mohr Partners’s project management team working across multiple segments for seamless, efficient results on behalf of Mohr Partners’s clients.
“Tim’s promotion to Director of Project Management Services is yet another move in pursuit of Mohr Partners’s mission to elevate our services through empowering key experts in their services lines to drive innovation in every department,” said Robert Shibuya, Mohr Partners Chairman and CEO.
Tim joined Mohr Partners in 2007 as a Project Manager, working his way to become Senior Project Manager, prior to his promotion. Tim’s work includes medical, retail, office, industrial, and build-to-suits spaces. Furthermore, Tim is currently seeking Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. PMP is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.
About Mohr Partners:
Mohr Partners, Inc. is a global corporate real estate services firm providing tenants and occupiers integrated solutions including portfolio management and lease administration, business intelligence consulting, research and site selection, location incentives practice, transaction advisors, and project management. Since 1986, Mohr Partners has been managing real estate portfolios for organizations across industries. Mohr Partners has recently performed transactions on behalf of clients in more than 1,400 markets worldwide including every state in the US and 12 other countries through its owned offices across North America and its strategic alliance partners. For more information on Mohr Partners, please visit www.mohrpartners.com.
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