Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — January 25 - February 7, 2019 — 5B


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O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

EW YORK, NY — VTS , a commercial real estate industry’s Leasing and asset management technology companywelcomes record number of newclients 9 billion s/f now managed on VTS following the most successful quarter in company history N

managed on VTS. A number of new clients chose VTS as their leasing and asset management solution in Q3, including Cerberus Capital Management, Midway Compa- nies, Onni Group, Pacific Coast Capital Partners, Grafton Advisors, EastGroup Proper- ties, The Henderson Group, Venture One Real Estate, and Hugo Neu. In addition to securing new clients, existing VTS clients expanded their use of VTS, including rolling out VTS Tenant Relationship Management (TRM), the only CRM built specifically for

commercial real estate profes- sionals. Such clients include Brookfield Properties, Invesco, and Brandywine Realty Trust. TRM enables landlords and leasing teams to retain more high value tenants and uncov- er hidden relationships to help move opportunities forward. “We're incredibly proud to continually add so many world- class customers like these to our platform, and to extend our partnerships with existing clients as they see the value of VTS and engage further with our products,” said VTS CEO and co-founder, Nick Romito .

selected VTS as its exclusive leasing and asset management software across the Americas, the first time a global broker- age firm has provided VTS to all their brokers and leas- ing teams in the Americas. The move aligned with JLL’s ongoing strategy to build a best-in-class technology stack. VTS now provides leasing and asset management technology for use by all JLL Americas Agency Leasing employees, and will further enhance JLL professionals’ ability to provide market-leading client service and work more efficiently. 

“Watching the market get behind our vision is what energizes our team, and we're committed to transforming commercial real estate along- side them.” VTS continued its inter- national growth in Q3. The leasing and asset management platform is now used to man- age buildings in 34 countries across every continent except for Antarctica. Q3 also saw VTS solidify its position as the standard leasing system used by com- mercial real estate brokers. In August, JLL Agency Leasing

leading leas- ing and as- set manage- ment p l at - form, today announ c ed that in Q3 the company achieved its most success-

Nick Romito

GZA names Patrick Sheehan as CEO and John Murphy as COO NORWOOD, MA — GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. (GZA) has named Patrick ful quarter to date, welcoming a record number of new clients to the platform – the highest number in company history. Square footage managed on the platform has grown to 9 billion s/f, increasing 60% from Q3 2017, with one in three of- fice buildings in the U.S. now

S h e e h a n , P.E. , as chief executive of- ficer, effec- t i ve March 2, 2019. He succeeds Wil- liam Hadge, P.E., who has served in the r o l e s i n c e 2013. GZA al so

Patrick Sheehan

announ c ed tha t John M u r p h y , C.C.M. , has been promot- ed to the new position of Chief Operating Of- ficer as of March 2, 2019. Sheehan is a professional engineer and has been with GZA for 28 years. He has led many of GZA’s largest and most complex geoenvironmental projects, including design/build and guaranteed fixed price remediation efforts. He most recently served as one of GZA’s four Operations Officers, who are responsible for the day-to- day leadership of the firm, and as a member of GZA’s executive team. A GZA employee for over 30 years, Murphy is a certified construction manager and has spent his entire career leading the development and growth of the company’s construction management, remediation, and demolition practices.  John Murphy

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