On the move at Velocity Retail, Avison Young, Sundt, Sierra Tucson

Business News | 19 Sep, 2018 |

Velocity Retail opens asset management division

Mark Villalpando

Velocity Retail Group announces the hiring of Mark Villalpando as Senior Vice President and Designated Broker of the firms newly launched Velocity Management Services division.  The division will work with new and existing clients to maximize property value and investment returns.  

In addition, Mark will be the Senior Vice President of Development for Accelerated Development Services, Velocity Retail’s affiliate company.  This company provides a resource for Velocity’s clients to handle their build-to-suit expansions as well as construction management.  

“In order to continue to provide excellent service across each of our business platforms and serve our development partner clients we have formed Velocity Management Services.  Mark’s background, experience and industry knowledge are a perfect complement to our organization,” said Dave Cheatham, President of Velocity Retail Group and Accelerated Development Services.  “Our clients require solutions that provide a consistent service delivery level regardless of whether its brokerage, development services, consulting, or asset management.  For Accelerated Development Services, Mark will expand upon our build-to-suit and construction management services for our tenant clients,” he added.

Avison Young launches new project management practice group

George Rubelsky

David Genovese, Avison Young Principal and Managing Director of the company’s Arizona region, announced that the firm has launched a new project management practice group in the state. 

Effective immediately, George Rubelsky becomes a Senior Project Manager based in the company’s Phoenix office. He will lead and grow the team in Greater Phoenix and throughout Arizona.

Rubelsky, a licensed general contractor within Arizona, brings more than 30 years of real estate development, project management and construction management experience to Avison Young, most recently as project manager with Sun State Builders in Phoenix.

“On behalf of our Arizona regional office in Phoenix, we are pleased to launch our new project management practice group with George at the helm,” comments Genovese. “This new team will enable us to provide our occupier, landlord and property management clients with services related to all aspects of the complex development and construction-management process from start to finish – whether that be for new construction, renovation or tenant-improvement functions. This is an ideal fit, as we can now offer a full-service and streamlined experience to our valued clients.”

Sundt promotes Richard Keil 

Richard Keil

Richard Keil has been promoted to President of the Industrial Group for Sundt Construction, Inc.

Keil has nearly 30 years of experience in industrial projects.  He joined Sundt in 2014 as Senior Vice President for the Industrial Group after spending 24 years with several major national contractors throughout the South and Mid-Atlantic regions. Sundt’s Industrial Group has flourished under Keil’s leadership, increasing its revenue forecasts more than $600 million since his arrival four years ago.

In 2017, the group increased revenue, improved safety performance, entered new markets, and expanded geographically. Through this growth cycle the Industrial Group maintained high scores for customer satisfaction with current clients in addition to expanding the company’s client base. 

“Rich has done a tremendous job growing the Industrial Group and serving our clients over the past four years. His vast experience is reflected in the diversity of the group’s projects, from tech and power to water and mining,” said G. Michael Hoover, Sundt’s President, CEO and Chairman of the Board. “Rich’s leadership has guided this growth and helped Sundt fulfill its purpose of building environments where our clients, employee-owners and communities prosper.”

Sierra Tucson builds medical power team

Sierra Tucson, an internationally renowned leader in behavioral and mental health care, announces the expansion of its medical team to meet the growing demand for residential treatment services.

During the last six months, Sierra Tucson recruited seven experts to join its elite team:

• James Seymour, MD, director of Trauma Recovery Program

• Jerome Lerner, MD, director of Executive and Licensed Professional Program

• Jasleen Chatwal, MD, director of Mood Program

• Brandon Yates, MD, attending psychiatrist, Mood Program

• Janaka Sarathchandra, MD, attending psychiatrist, Desert Flower

• Donnie Sansom, MD, medical services, attending physician, Addiction/Co-Occurring Program

• Janet Tinkey – DNP, PMHNP-BC, psychiatric nurse practitioner, Desert Flower 

Each of these professionals are health innovators who are nationally and internationally recognized specialists in their respective areas. They will offer treatment across a full continuum of care for individuals struggling with addiction and certain mental health concerns.

“Sierra Tucson is a place where thought leaders live, work, and create, and we are beyond enthusiastic to expand our outstanding medical team, said Aaron Wilson, chief medical officer at Sierra Tucson. “At Sierra Tucson, we recognize the importance of incorporating a variety of treatment modalities into the care we offer our residents and these staff additions move that mission forward.”

 

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