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Movers and Shakers Week Ending 09.09.22

Kurt Sheffield Joins Taylor Kohrs as Assistant Superintendent

Kurt Sheffield

Taylor Kohrs, a Colorado-based general contractor for nearly 40 years, announced it recently hired Kurt Sheffield as an assistant project superintendent. Sheffield brings more than 15 years of construction industry experience to Taylor Kohrs.

As an assistant superintendent with Taylor Kohrs, Sheffield is responsible for collaborating with the project superintendent and manager in maintaining a safe work site, directing subcontractors, monitoring project work quality and managing project budgets.

“Kurt is multi-talented in construction trades as an electrician, trainer, scheduler and project manager, to name a few,” said Scott Heasty, vice president of operations, Taylor Kohrs. “I look forward to seeing Kurt continue his success with a career at Taylor Kohrs.”

Sheffield holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Project Management from Ashford University.

 

SVN Adds New Senior Advisor

Camille King

SVN | Denver Commercial, one of Colorado’s top-producing real estate investment brokerage firms, announced the addition of Camille King as senior advisor. Camille specializes in retail, industrial, and office sales leasing.

“Camille will bring her long and successful brokerage skills in commercial retail real estate to our firm.  This will help us better serve our clients with their leasing and disposition needs in this sector.  Camille has worked with corporate-level clients as well as start-up entrepreneurs and her deal list demonstrates the wide variety of retailers she has assisted in her work in California, Texas, and New Mexico. SVN’s 200 plus offices are increasingly working with multi-state requirements and Camille will be able to bring us those skills to Colorado-based companies.”

Camille has represented numerous national tenants in Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, and California. She has contracted with multiple property owners and has carried as many as 24 shopping centers/buildings in her inventory at one time. Camille’s previous affiliation with Colliers International in San Francisco brought about many profitable closings in the City’s competitive downtown financial district, adding to her portfolio of high-end downtown commercial properties. She is well versed in commercial transactions and provides her clients with exceptional long-term success.

 

Forte Commercial Real Estate Announces New Hire Jill Shannon to Enhance Operations 

Forte Commercial Real Estate recently announced the appointment of Jill Shannon as operations specialist to further strengthen the delivery of exceptional service to the company’s diverse clients. Forte CRE is a Denver-based corporate and nonprofit advisory firm that supports client real estate needs through a mission-centric and sector-focused approach.

“Jill’s extensive background in operations, as well as her spirit of volunteerism and service, makes her a great fit for our growing team,” said Dustin Whistler, principal of Forte CRE. “We look forward to benefiting from Jill’s expertise in operations, and we are excited to have her on board.”

Shannon will be instrumental in strengthening and expanding Forte CRE’s operations through marketing, transaction support, customer service and office management. Prior to joining Forte CRE, Shannon provided marketing support and project management for leading technology companies, including MapQuest and Verizon. She also previously owned a branding and document management company.

“I’ve long admired Forte CRE’s unique approach of combining its real estate expertise into the fabric of the communities they serve,” said Shannon. “I’m excited to support the company’s growth and success, and to create innovative processes that will enhance the company’s ability to serve all clients.”

Shannon is active in the Denver metro area community, and most recently served a seven-year term as the Wheat Ridge cultural commissioner for District II. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications from the University of New Mexico.

 

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