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Personnel Moves: CBRE, C&W, E Smith Realty, McCarthy, HFF, Staffelbach

CBRE has a new managing director of retail for Texas/Oklahoma, McCarthy Building Cos. has a new leader in Texas, and E Smith Realty has a new president. Those items—plus new hires and promotions at HFF, Cushman & Wakefield, and Staffelbach—in this week’s Personnel Moves.
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CBRE has a new managing director of retail for Texas/Oklahoma, McCarthy Building Cos. has a new leader in Texas, and E Smith Realty has a new president. Those items—plus new hires and promotions at HFF, Cushman & Wakefield, and Staffelbach—in this week’s Personnel Moves.

Daniel Taylor
Daniel Taylor

• It has been about a year since CBRE brought retail powerhouse UCR into its fold. The firm has continued to build upon that merger, and has now put a new executive in place to lead the sector in the region. As managing director of retail operations, Daniel Taylor will oversee the platform throughout Texas and Oklahoma. “We are putting regional leadership in place to support our sales professionals and to provide strategic, coordinated services for clients across different markets,” said Michael Caffey, division president of CBRE. A 15-year industry veteran, Taylor has played a key role in building CBRE’s retail business in Dallas-Fort Worth and nationally. Mickey Ashmore, vice chairman of retail for CBRE|UCR, endorsed the move: “The entire CBRE|UCR organization believes Daniel provides the energy, enthusiasm, and interpersonal skills necessary to grow our market-leading position.”

Steve Jarvie
Steve Jarvie

• E Smith Realty Partners has hired an industry veteran to lead its firm as president. Steve Jarvie, former executive vice president at JLL, will oversee growth initiatives for tenant representation services in Dallas and serve on the firm’s executive committee, helping to set the company’s goals and strategies. The move gives E Smith Realty the opportunity to expand services in key platforms and ensures an integrated presence throughout the industry, said Emmitt Smith, chairman and co-founder. “Change presents opportunity,” he said. At JLL (and, before that, The Staubach Co.), Jarvie focused on new business development and client representation. His addition comes just weeks after Susan Arledge, Jeff Pappas, and their team at Cresa Dallas joined E Smith to lead the firm’s global site selection and incentive services group.

Ray Sedey
Ray Sedey

• Ray Sedey has officially taken the helm of McCarthy Building Cos. in the Lone Star State, as president of the company’s Texas region. He had been co-leading the firm since September with former president Michael McWay, who retired on Dec. 31. Sedey previously served as executive vice president, overseeing operations in Nevada, New Mexico, and Colorado. He began his career with McCarthy in 2000 as a project engineer and has since managed more than $700 million in construction projects.

Adam Herrin
Adam Herrin

 HFF has promoted Adam Herrin to managing director. In his new role, he will lead HFF’s industrial investment sales team in Dallas. During his 10-year industry tenure, Herrin has been involved in more than $4 billion in commercial real estate transactions, specializing in institutional-grade assets and developments.

Mike Clark
Mike Clark

• As it kicks off its 50th year in business, interior architecture and design firm Staffelbach has promoted three employees to leadership roles: Jonathan Grefaldon, vice president; Mark Reed, senior associate; and Mike Clark, director of construction administration. Grefaldon joined Staffelbach in 2010, after relocating to Texas from California, and quickly established himself as a respected leader. Reed, a U.S. Air Force veteran, joined the firm in 2006, and has overseen high-profile projects like Carlson Capital, Invesco, and Frost Bank. Clark, a project architect, has been with Staffelbach since 2011. He will now work with Tim Curry in leading the company’s architectural services group.

• A trio of capital markets professionals have joined Cushman & Wakefield. Jason Pumpelly, Justin Shuart, and Brian Park will specialize in equity, debt and structured finance. The three leaders add more than 40 years of combined experience and will help grow the platform in the southwest and nationally. Pumpelly will serve as managing director. He previously was senior vice president at Walker & Dunlop and managing director at Johnson Capital. Shuart and Park have been named directors. They also join from Walker & Dunlop, where they both served as assistant vice presidents. The capital markets professionals helped secure debt and equity for a variety of asset classes, including industrial, multifamily, retail, office, hospitality, student housing, senior housing, and healthcare properties.

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