Matt Fanoe 

COCA COLA/COCA COLA ENTERPRISES

  • Built real estate function from the ground up and successfully staffed and developed a best in class real estate department

  • Handled the disposition of over 400 properties with a combined sales price of more than $250 million

  • Led due diligence efforts and acquired over 180 properties at a total cost of over $300 million

  • Negotiated over 2,500 leases and lease renewals with rental values in excess of $1.2 billion

  • Led project design and construction management teams in the development of over 1.4 million square feet of class A office space at a combined cost of over $175.0 million

  • Developed a playbook and implemented new company-wide office and furniture standards resulting in a forty percent reduction in the occupancy space per associate

  • Led workplace strategy, space planning and building management for a 600,000 square foot HQ campus

  • Directed design and construction management services in the development of over 1 million square feet of warehouse space at a cost of over $100 million

  • Coordinated the integration of real estate portfolios and systems following the acquisition of major companies

  • Presided over the integration of real estate portfolios during one of the largest vertical integrations in US history

  • Oversaw all real estate functions related to the transfer of over 500 owned and leased locations with a real estate value in excess of $1.5 billion as part of The Coca-Cola Company’s refranchising of North America

  • Worked with a cross-disciplinary team to develop detailed strategic facility plans for all company locations

  • Developed a linear program based logistics site optimization model resulting in significant freight and operating savings for the company

  • Completed a detailed distribution cost study which led to significant changes in company packaging

  • Served as Chairman of the Board for CoreNet Global (the premier corporate real estate trade association)

EDUCATION

  • MBA, Finance, UC Berkeley

  • B.A., Economics, UCLA

 

Sam Unger

 

E&Y

  • Responsible for formulating, planning and implementing corporate real estate strategies and project implementation

  • Responsible for team of 14 and portfolio of 8,000,000 sf housing 70,000 people in North and South America, with a P/L impact of $350,000,000 yearly. 

  • Accomplishments include completion and adoption of new Americas workplace strategy, inclusive of cost avoidance and reduction of P/L cost in excess of $50,000,000 yearly.

  • Completion of 190,000 SF consolidation and lease in new building in Chicago, one of the largest transactions in 2009.

  • 110,000 SF San Jose Renewal/Consolidation

  • 87,000 SF San Francisco Consolidation/Relocation

  • 128,000 SF Montreal Consolidation/Relocation

  • Real estate P/L cost reduction from $264,000 to $232,000 between 2006 and 2012 concurrent with a 25% reduction in cost/person

  • Decrease in real estate costs as a percentage of net revenue in Canada from 9.6% in FY02 to 5.12% FY11 budget.

 

ADP

  • Responsible for all real estate and construction transactions for multiple businesses with revenues in excess of $1B and 10,000 associates.

  • Managed team of 10 responsible for problem analysis, space and architectural planning, negotiation with users, property owners, consultants and contractors.  

  • Responsibilities included real estate strategy development and site selection, management and oversight of design and construction professionals and brokers, budget and schedule for all projects, as well as coordination of phased moves of existing divisions and SBU's for 2.5M SF of space.

  • Acquisition, development and construction management as owner's representative for a 400,000 SF corporate HQ and training facility.

  • Acquisition and development of a 115,000 sf office and computer complex.

  • Consolidation of 200,000 square foot corporate center in Sao Paolo, Brazil

EDUCATION

  • MBA, Finance, Temple University

  • M.A., Architecture & Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania

  • B.A., Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University

Adam Hayes, P.E.

 

SELECTED PROJECT EXPERIENCE

CONOCO PHILLIPS RETAIL FACILITIES

​Provided engineering design and program management services for approximately 26 retail service station facilities. The activities included assessment and retrofit of multi‐phase extraction, soil vapor extraction, and air sparging systems to optimize performance and achieve clean‐up objectives. New MPE systems were also designed and installed at several facilities where previous remediation efforts had failed to meet clean‐up objectives. The system designs included remote telemetry controls with static IP address or wireless communication as well as the use of sequestering agents to control iron fouling.

CDC BUILDING

Construction activities for this multi‐story building and parking deck encountered incinerator ash which had been disposed on the property over 50 years ago. A rapid site investigation plan was developed and implemented to identify the extent of the ash materials and perform waste characterization determinations. The project required several mobilizations as new pockets of ash were discovered. The materials were fully delineated, characterized and removed from the site without causing any delays to the project.

EMORY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

Construction activities encountered two abandoned, unregistered USTs. A rapid site investigation plan was implemented and meetings were held with Georgia Environmental Protection Department (GEPD) representatives to develop an acceptable in‐place closure plan. The CAP was accepted and GEPD quickly issued “no further action” status so that construction activities could proceed without delay.

 

LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICS COMPANY

Storm water regulation changes required preparation of an updated storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) for this 900‐acre facility. The SWPPP included evaluation of numerous structures, storage yards, and manufacturing processes and development of appropriate best management practices. This SWPPP included development of a Geographic Information System database and storm drain stenciling of 888 storm water inlet structures across the property.

OHMEDA MEDICAL ENGINEERING 

Operations in this 110,000 sq. ft. mixed‐use light industrial and office facility resulted in a variety of indoor air quality (IAQ) complaints from employees. An IAQ investigation including source identification and HVAC evaluation was completed to identify the primary irritants in the building. Recommendations were proposed for remediation of particulate, microbial and VOC contamination.

OFFICE BUILDING DEVELOPMENT

Due diligence investigation activities for a new office development identified petroleum and heavy metals contamination due to activities at a nearby automobile service facility. A prospective purchaser corrective action plan was prepared for the GEPD Brownfield program. Soil remediation activities were completed and a final compliance status report was submitted. The project included significant coordination with the client and attorneys for compensation due to third‐party damages.

RESIN MANUFACTURING FACILITY

A transfer pipe failure resulted in a release of methanol at this active resins manufacturing facility. The release impacted soil and groundwater with methanol resulting in concentrations as high as 600,000 mg/L. Bench scale pilot testing of an enhanced natural attenuation remediation approach was completed. The testing indicated that large volumes of methane were being generated through the degradation of methanol in the subsurface.  A temporary vapor recovery system was designed and installed to mitigate methane concentrations at the plant.

REGISTRATIONS & PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Professional Engineer – (AL, AR, FL, GA, MO, MS, NC, and SC)

  • American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE), member

  • Georgia Brownfields Association Committee Member

  • Georgia Environmental Conference Steering Committee Member

  • Chi Epsilon National Civil Engineering Honor Society

  • Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society

 

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

  • MBA, Kennesaw State University Coles College of Business

  • M.S., Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology

  • B.S., Civil Engineering, Clemson University

  • Certified Mergers & Acquisitions Professional

James Pitts

 

JONES LANG LASALLE - VP, CORPORATE SERVICES GROUP

  • Provided strategic planning, master planning, complex transaction negotiations and transactional services for clients such as Coca Cola, Coca Cola Enterprises, EDS, GM, Wachovia, Wells Fargo, Mead Westvaco, Aon, MasterCard, Starwood Capital, Sun Microsystems, Willis, Mellon, Arthritis Foundation and Equifax.

  • Sold land and buildings (office, retail, and industrial) on behalf of companies, developers and banks.

  • Highly proficient with complex financial analysis and real estate strategy.

 

JOHNSON CONTROLS GLOBAL WORKPLACE SOLUTIONS - GLOBAL SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

  • Designed integrated outsourced real estate solutions (Real Estate Advisory, Project Management, Sourcing, Finance, Help Desk, Facilities Management, Critical Environments, Energy & Sustainability, Technology, etc.) for large global companies.

  • Responsible for innovation, organization design, pricing, legal & risk considerations and overall deal structure.

  • Led outsourced corporate real estate solutions development for Barclays Americas ($500M), HP Americas ($130M), HSBC Americas ($60M), Motorola Global ($80M), SunTrust Banks ($45M), & Comerica ($40M).  Solutions were complete multi-million dollar outsourced businesses.

  • Accountable for managing global SME network and other cross-functional teams to deliver RFP responses, site visits and client presentations.

  • Selected as member of Operational Assurance Project Team to re-design Global Workplace Solutions organization and processes to ensure accurate and appropriate solutions, client satisfaction and higher profitability.

GRUBB & ELLIS - SVP, TENANT ADVISORY SERVICES

  • Provided strategic advisory and transaction management services to mid-size to large corporate clients.

  • Completed strategic consulting assignment for AFLAC to identify potential locations for regional HQ.

  • Advised CEO of Portuguese company on purchase of U.S. HQ and executed transaction.

  • Collaborated with State of Georgia Economic Development Group to advise in-bound foreign companies on critical real estate decisions.

  • Developed international real estate portfolio benchmark metrics study for Global Comptroller of France Telecom.

 

EDUCATION

  • B.S., in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M

  • MBA, Finance and Strategy, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

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