16C — May 21 - June 17, 2021 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Company launches “50 x 30” initiative Ouellette rejoins Standard Cos. as chief strategy officer

Takes project exec. industrial position IMC Construction welcomes Nussbaum

the IMC Construction team and help IMC grow within the industrial, warehouse, distri- bution facility and data center market sectors. I have worked on over 10 million s/f of indus- trial development throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia. IMC has a great reputation, experi- ence across various markets, and the capability to be a leading general contractor within the industrial market.” Nussbaum said. “We are delighted Brian has joined IMC and he will continue to develop our unprecedented growth in the industrial, ware- house, distribution facility, and data center market sector in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Brian’s industrial experience includes a variety of building types, including complex e-com- merce fit-outs, freezer-cooler storage, food-grade facilities, hazardous storage, and data center construction” said Rob- ert Cottone , president and CEO. MAREJ AIA, LEED AP, VCCO are both accomplished profession- als with strong reputations in the industry and will be joining MCA as principals and stockholders. Both have been nominated by MCA manage- ment for a position on the Board of Directors. MCA executives, Stephen Bates , president; and vice presidents Michelle Hooper and Merrill Messick , say they are “extremely pleased to have found such a quality partner with such a parallel corporate ethos” and eagerly welcomed Don, Ed, and their team into the MCA fold. MAREJ crew. (After all, you wouldn’t hire just anyone with a sledgeham- mer and some power tools to remodel.) As one of the area’s leading certified film applicators since 1984, Glas-Tint can provide you with a wide range of the best products and services that will make your project a success. At Glas-Tint, LLC, we’ve got you covered. Give your business the new look and upgrade it needs. Hank Weiss is owner of Glas-Tint located in Park Ridge, New Jersey. MAREJ

MALVERN, PA — IMC Construction is pleased to announce the addition


coaching to C-level executives and senior leaders across a range of industries and orga- nizations. “Joe Ouellette had an essen- tial role in our company’s early growth and culture. In return- ing to Standard, Joe’s impres- sive experience and skills will be invaluable as we launch Standard’s “50 x 30” initiative, our ambitious long-term goal to grow the company’s national portfolio to 50,000 units under ownership by 2030,” said Jeff Jaeger , co-founder and princi- pal of standard. “I’m excited to be back at Standard in this new capacity, working with such a talented and thoughtful group of people. We have ambitious goals for the future, from our “50 x 30” initiative, to the growth of our Standard+ Foundation, to the Standard Academy, a best-in-class training and development platform. These goals are a direct reflection of the caliber of our team and through a range of charitable giving and volunteer oppor- tunities on local and global levels. Over the past several years, Larken Associates has bol- stered its capabilities and supported its growth with the addition of a number of pivotal hires increasing its staff to over 100. With an eye towards continued expansion, Reilly will ensure that Larken Associates’ HR systems and processes can be assets to the long-term growth of the company. Throughout his career, Reil- ly’s leadership and ability to balance HR needs with oper- ating and financial demands has been trusted by compa- nies across the engineering, construction and telecom- munications industries. Prior to joining Larken Associates, Reilly served as vice president of Human Resources and equal employment opportunity of- ficer for New Enterprise Stone and Lime in New Enterprise, PA. In addition to New Enter- prise Stone and Lime, Reilly was previously led HR depart- ments at Ferreira Construc- tion, Moretrench American Corporation, Panasonic Elec- tric Works of America and Cingular Wireless/Velocita

the culture we will continue to buildout at Standard: A culture of challenge and support, of col- laboration and innovation, in an organization where people can thrive professionally and personally,” said Ouellette. “Having a trusted, people- first leader like Joe as our chief strategy officer is essential to our mission to make Standard the premier affordable and workforce housing organiza- tion. Joe brings a truly unique set of skills, perspectives, and existing relationships that align seamlessly to our exist- ing leadership team and with our vision for the future,” said Scott Alter , principal and co- founder of Standard. Prior to joining Standard, Ouellette served nearly a de- cade as VP of Transactions at Aimco. Ouellette holds a Mas- ter of Science degree in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Virginia Tech. MAREJ Wireless over the course of his distinguished career. “As we plan our long-term growth trajectory, we know that the ability to attract new talent while retaining and nurturing the staff who make our success possible will be key in our ability to continue to grow efficiently,” said David Gardner , CEO and president of Larken Associates. “By adding Terence to our execu- tive team, we are reinforcing the foundation we know is needed to realize this tremen- dous growth in a sustainable manner. We welcome him to our team and look forward to leveraging his insights and ex- perience as we chart the path towards our continued expan- sion in the years to come.” Reilly added, “While Larken Associates’ track record of high-quality commercial and residential real estate work is notable, what truly makes them unique is their consis- tent focus on creating one of the industry’s best places to work. I look forward to work- ing with their executive team to continue the work that has already been done while put- ting the systems and processes in place to continue to attract and retain the industry’s best talent.” MAREJ

EW YORK, NY — Standard Compa- nies (Standard) has

o f B r i a n Nussbaum, LEEDAP as project exec- utive, indus- trial. With a career that spans almost 20 years in construction

announ c e d t h a t J o e Ou e l l e t t e has returned to the com- pany as chief strategy of- ficer, a new pos i t i on in which he is

Brian Nussbaum

Joe Ouellette

and development specializing in industrial, warehouse, dis- tribution facilities, and data centers, Nussbaum brings a diverse range of industry knowledge to our team and will aid in expanding our in- dustrial portfolio. Nussbaum joins IMC after spending the last seven years at Duke Realty Corporation where he managed develop- ment industrial, warehouse, distribution facilities and data centers from concept through design, entitlements and sub- contractor bidding. “I am very excited to join BALTIMORE, MD — MCA Architecture has acquired KOP Architects of Richmond effectively merging KOP’s op- erations in Virginia with MCA who already has offices inMary - land, Pennsylvania and Vir- ginia. With this merger, MCA will close its current Reston, VA location and consolidate the two VA offices in Richmond. This announcement is the culmination of many months of enthusiastic planning on the part of both organizations. Previously principals of KOP Architects, Don Guthrie, AIA, LEED AP and Ed Gillikin, flexibility to do that. Should you wish to change your look you simply resurface new film over the old! The Most Important Choice for Your Project No matter which way you choose, you will want to ensure you choose the right service company to perform the work. Finding the right company to professionally install the archi- tectural film that will upgrade the appearance of your busi- ness is every bit as important as finding the right remodeling

responsible for spearheading Standard’s growth and accel- erating performance. Ouellette served as Stan- dard’s first regional partner from 2015 through 2019, a period in which the company’s portfolio more than doubled. He has nearly two decades of executive experience in the affordable and workforce hous- ing industry, including capital markets, asset management, acquisitions, and ownership. Most recently, as the president and founder of Greenhouse Ad- visory, he provided executive

Larken Associates taps Reilly as director of human resources

MCA Architecture acquires KOPArchitects

BRANCHBURG, NJ — Larken Associates an- nounced that Terence Reilly has joined the company’s se-

nior leader- ship team in the role of di rector of human re - sources. R e i l l y brings over 20 years of experience in

Terence Reilly

implementing growth-oriented human resources strategies at a wide range of companies to his new role with Larken Associates. Working closely with Larken Associates’ chief operating officer Lenny Tar- tamella , Reilly will leverage his proven ability to create and implement employee rela- tions, benefits, compensation, recruiting and performance management programs to enhance the company’s HR program. Through his data- driven and employee-centric approach, Reilly aims to in- crease employee engagement and satisfaction. In addition, Reilly will identify opportu- nities to grow the company’s Larken Cares initiative, which looks for ways to enrich and enhance local communities by growing the corporate culture

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