Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2004

Sept. 1, 2004
The 2004 'A' List
Bold choices, wise decisions, and a whole lot of innovation:The companies and organizations in this year’s Who’s Who report have demonstrated all three. Buildings magazine’s coverage, in its 23rd year, again highlights the industry’s leaders – visionaries that are changing the way real estate is owned, managed, and developed. The Buildings editorial team selected this year’s “A-List,” buildings professionals in facilities-related businesses from development/ownership, management, corporate, institutional, and government entities, who have taken their “game” this year well beyond competitive. The “Buildings Census” follows, noting stats and facts (many of which have been provided directly from the organizations) from many of today’s big names in business.Comments? Don’t hesitate to contact the Buildings Editorial Staff at (319) 364-6167 about your company’s activities, this year and next. We’d love to include your information next year.The editorial team at Buildings magazine selects their “top 25 firms to watch,” the most enviable real estate ownership/development, management companies, corporate real estate departments, institutional owners, and government agencies. See how these firms are pushing the industry envelope by taking risks and redirecting their strategies for success today and in the future. Discover where the editors have placed the following organizations in their annual ranking. What’s your opinion? Tell us at ([email protected]).

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