On the move at Abrazo, CBRE, Kidder Mathews, Skanska, Churchill, McCarthy

Business News | 25 Jan |

Abrazo West Campus welcomes new CEO

Accomplished healthcare executive Christina Oh is the new chief executive officer of Abrazo West Campus.

Oh has more than a decade of progressive leadership experience with Abrazo Community Health Network’s parent company Tenet Healthcare, most recently as CEO at Placentia-Linda Hospital in Placentia, Calif. 

During her tenure at Placentia-Linda Hospital, Oh played a key role overseeing the construction and opening of a new cardiac catheterization lab/angiography suite and helped to launch the hospital’s robotic surgery program. She also spearheaded the partnership between the hospital and the City of Placentia for a proposed medical office building and ambulatory surgery center on the hospital campus.

Under her leadership, the hospital earned a Top 5 Most Improved recognition for patient experience, and placed first in the Southern California Tenet hospital group for employee retention. Prior to her role as CEO at Placentia-Linda Christina held several leadership positions in Tenet’s South Carolina market including Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Business Development at Piedmont Medical Center.

CBRE expands investment platform with Geoff Turbow

CBRE today announced Geoff Turbow has joined the firm as First Vice President with Capital Markets, Investment Properties. Mr. Turbow will focus on representing private investors in the acquisition and disposition of office and industrial investment properties throughout Arizona. 

“Geoff is widely recognized and respected in the local business and commercial real estate communities and we are pleased to have him at CBRE,” said Paul Komadina, senior managing director for CBRE’s Phoenix office. “He brings an unmatched perspective of the Phoenix market, long-standing relationships and a depth of experience that will enhance our ability to deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients in the private capital investment sales space.”

Mr. Turbow comes to CBRE from Levrose Commercial Real Estate, where he was a partner. He was involved in every facet of the commercial real estate office sector during his 16-year tenure, representing buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants of office properties throughout metro Phoenix. During his career, he has closed or been a part of more than 1,000 sale and lease transactions totaling close to $500 million dollars.  

Skanska Hires Joe Cannon as assistant project manager

Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, recently announced that Joe Cannon has been hired as an assistant project manager for its Phoenix office.

In his new role, Cannon will be responsible for assisting in the planning, management, and execution of work for assigned construction projects. He is currently working on the Yavapai Regional Medical Center.

Previously, Cannon was an assistant project manager for Okland Construction in Salt Lake City, Utah where he won the ENR Mountain States 2017 Best Projects Award: Intermountain Area for Office/Retail/Mixed-Use Development.

Brian Rosella and Chris Medill join Kidder Mathews’ Phoenix office

Investment brokerage team, Brian Rosella and Chris Medill, have joined Kidder Mathews’ Phoenix office, where they will specialize in land sales throughout Arizona. Rosella has been named a senior vice president and Medill has been named an associate with the firm.

Brian Rosella brings 15 years of experience in land sales working with homebuilders and developers. He is originally from the Midwest and is a graduate of the University of Iowa.

Prior to joining Kidder Mathews, Rosella and Medill were with Cushman & Wakefield. Clients they have represented include Beazer Homes, Bank of America, Communities Southwest, Cowley Companies, D.R. Horton, Lennar, McRae Group, Meritage Homes, Pulte Homes, JPMorgan Chase, Quantum Capital, Taylor Morrison, and Toll Brothers.

Churchill Commercial Capital hires Craig Hoebing

Churchill Commercial Capital, Inc. has hired Craig Hoebing, as a Loan Producer to originate debt and equity for commercial property owners.  Mr. Hoebing brings a diverse 14 year background in commercial real estate mortgage brokerage and private money lending to Churchill.  Craig came to Churchill from Colliers International where he was in a debt advisory position arranging loans for commercial property buyers. Mr. Hoebing has arranged over $100 million in commercial real estate loans since 2015 with a variety of lenders.  He holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a minor in Real Estate and Regional Development from the University of Arizona.

McCarthy’s Bryan Kuster joins AZ Chamber board

Bryan Kuster, vice president of operations for McCarthy Building Companies Southwest Region (www.mccarthy.com), was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

At McCarthy, Kuster leads collaborative research laboratory and higher-education project teams in Arizona; manages McCarthy’s self-perform teams; and ensures project teams are delivering upon the clients’ project goals.

He recently completed one of the most complex projects for McCarthy Southwest – the construction of the award-winning $120 million Biodesign Institute C at Arizona State University. Kuster’s extensive knowledge of the construction process was instrumental to the team’s collaborative approach, and his proactive approach to problem solving helped make it one of ASU’s most successful construction projects to date.

As a member of the board of directors at the Arizona Chamber, Kuster will work diligently to advance business in the state, particularly as it relates to free-market policies, workforce development and K-12 education, and support opportunities for economic development within the state.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Bryan to the board of directors of the Chamber,” Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer said. “We are so fortunate to have someone with his unique understanding of construction and development. He has valuable firsthand experience of what his industry needs in terms of workforce development and other policies in order to continue to thrive in Arizona.”

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