A Seattle-based commercial real estate project management service company recently entered the Colorado market led by Senior Project Manager Joe Zanone.
Online PR News – 27-October-2017 – Denver, Colorado – Pacific Project Management (PPM), a Seattle-based commercial real estate project management service company, recently entered the Colorado market with an office at 1400 16th Street, Suite 400. Senior Project Manager Joe Zanone will lead efforts at the new office.
Leveraging his expertise, Zanone’s initial focus will be on interior tenant improvements with plans to grow the team and expand into ground-up developments in the commercial office, technology and hospitality markets.
“We lead and develop teams to execute real estate projects with our clients’ business goals always in mind,” said Zanone, who has more than 13 years of project management experience as a construction manager and general contractor. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
“PPM will add significant value to the market; our project managers are fully engaged, proactive and highly collaborative,” said Clark Lindsay, founder and CEO of PPM. “Our success comes with our ability to look further down the road, identify obstacles and advise our clients on the right course of action to drive for maximum results.” He adds that by planning out the work, eliminating the risk and managing project implementation, PPM clients can focus wholly on their core responsibilities of running their business.
For more information, visit http://pacificpmg.com.
About Pacific Project Management: Pacific Project Management (PPM) is a Seattle-based commercial real estate project management service company that was founded in 2009. PPM works with clients to establish and deliver space goals based on future and flexible operating models. PPM partners with clients so that they can concentrate on their business and operating model, trusting that their project management is in good hands. Clients include Microsoft, Starbucks, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute and Bank of America.