Columbia, SC, January 24, 2019 – Colliers International | South Carolina is pleased to announce the commercial real estate firm’s brokerage awards for 2018. The top 10 brokerage associates across the state were honored as Top Producers, along with the top producer earning the distinction of receiving the Walter M. Keenan Award, which is named after a former leader of the firm. Additionally, the Transaction of the Year was awarded to a team of Colliers’ brokerage associates for the completion of the year’s most outstanding transaction.
The Walter M. Keenan Award winner and top producer for Colliers in the state of South Carolina is Garrett Scott, SIOR, Vice President. Working primarily out of the Spartanburg office, Scott is an industrial specialist in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson area, providing leasing, sales and development advisory services for industrial clients across the market. This marks the second year in a row that Scott has been honored with the Walter M. Keenan Award, a reflection of his impact on the robust industrial market in the Upstate of South Carolina and of the value that he and his team provide to tenants and buyers in navigating the market.
In addition to Scott, the 2018 Top Producers recognized for their superior performance were, in alphabetical order:
Frank Hammond, CCIM, CPM
Dave Mathews, SIOR
Chuck Salley, SIOR
The Transaction of the Year award was presented to Garrett Scott, SIOR, John Montgomery, Brockton Hall and Ashley Fenlon for their work on the GSP North America headquarters tenant representation deal. During negotiations for this transaction, the brokerage team was also able to simultaneously secure the leasing of existing client Scannell Property’s speculative building. In identifying a solution for one client, this team effectively created two transactions for their respective clients, resulting in successful transactions with a gross value of $15.2 million.
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