Robert M. Taylor, CRE, was honored for his long-term and on-going real estate consulting services for The People’s Republic of China. Taylor’s work was grounded in traditional ideas and concepts being reshaped to provide the Chinese government with alternatives for solving its real estate challenges during the country’s transition from a controlled to a free […]
Kenneth P. Riggs, CRE, and Raymond G. Torto, CRE were presented with the 2003 Committee Service Award for their work as Co-Chairs of the Education Committee.
George Lovejoy, Jr. , CRE was presented the 2002 Committee Service Award for his work as Chair of the CRE/RICS Harvard Symposium, Global Cities in and Era of Change.
Mahlon “Sandy” Apgar, IV, CRE, was honored for his work in developing and launching a five-part program to privatize U.S. Army housing, an initiative projected to result in an estimated savings of $1.6 billion for the federal government. As Assistant Secretary of the Army from 1998 to 2001, Apgar had overall responsibility for the world’s […]
Thomas M. Justin, CRE was presented the 2001 Committee Service Award for his work as Chair of the Consulting Corps Steering Committee.
Richard A, Hanson, CRE was presented the 2000 Committee Service Award for his work as Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee.
Blaine Chase, CRE, and Maurice Robinson, CRE, were honored for their work as appraisers in determining the value of the Grand Canyon National Park. In a complex assignment that took more than a year to complete, they helped devise a methodology to value The Grand Canyon. As a result, the National Park Service adopted this […]
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