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St. John Properties, Inc. Announces Employee Promotion

Shauna Sutliff

St. John Properties, Inc. has announced the promotion of Shauna Sutliff to Property Manager. Formerly Property/Lease Administrator, Ms. Sutliff has worked with the company since January 2019.

In her new position with the company, Ms. Sutliff will oversee day-to-day property management functions for St. John Properties portfolio of commercial office, Flex/R&D and retail space in the Colorado area. This entails maintaining best-in-class interior and exterior working environments for St. John Properties clients, overseeing capital improvement strategies, working with third-party vendor groups, managing budgets and communicating regularly with clients to exceed their daily expectations.

“This promotion reflects Shauna’s tremendous value to the company and the realization that she has the necessary skill-set and temperament to handle increased responsibilities that directly impact our clients,” explained Brandon Jenkins, St. John Properties’ Regional Partner for Colorado. “After honing her commercial real estate skills with a major development company, Shauna immediately demonstrated her knowledge and problem-solving abilities and we remain impressed with her leadership, poise and confidence. We look forward to her continued growth with our company and efforts to exceed client expectations.”


RMC-APT Elects New President of the Board 

Christine Britton

Christine Britton, P.E., was recently elected President of the board of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (RMC-APT). She looks forward to continuing programming offered by the organization for its members and building on this base to include more members located outside the front range area of Colorado in future events. Her term will last one year.

Christine is a project engineer for JVA in the structural/historic preservation department. She has been with JVA since interning in 2012.

RMC-APT is a nonprofit organization that encourages, promotes, and advances research, training, and the sharing of information relating to preservation technology and the historic preservation of buildings, sites, structures, and objects. This chapter serves Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah.


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