CBRE’s Senior Managing Director for New Zealand, Andrew Stringer said the awards recognised the high calibre of the company’s professionals and their outstanding contributions to the New Zealand property industry.
He noted that this year’s success follows a bumper haul at last year’s RICS awards, when CBRE secured five awards, including four team trophies.
“Over the past two years, both our team ethos and individual excellence has been recognised at these awards, demonstrating our commitment to fostering the best environment for our professionals to succeed,” Mr Stringer said.
“We are proud to have market-leading teams and individuals delivering dynamic, innovative and exceptional results. Our key focus is to provide our clients with the best outcomes and these awards highlight our market leading capabilities and ability to deliver exceptional results.”
Campbell Stewart is National Director of Business Strategy and leads CBRE’s Valuation & Advisory Services business in New Zealand. Campbell is regarded as one of the country’s leading office sector valuers and has also been integral to shaping CBRE’s focus on innovation and collaboration as a founding member of the firm’s Pacific Innovation Council.
Woman of the Built Environment winner Bridget Fowler is Account Director for CBRE’s ANZ Property account, leading a team of 27 professionals throughout New Zealand. Bridget has also been instrumental in championing CBRE’s diversity program as a committee member for CBRE’s Women’s Network, through which she had helped to develop a highly successful mentoring program.
Peter Hamilton specialises in the valuation of major hotel assets across New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Highly regarded as a thought leader within the business, Peter has spearheaded a significant number of technological improvements to drive the valuation team’s performance.
CBRE’s success at the RICS awards follows the company being named the Best Property Consultancy in New Zealand at the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards 2019-2020. This is the sixth time the company has achieved the top accolade.
In other recent recognition, CBRE’s NZ Executive Chairman Brent McGregor won the Property Institute’s Supreme award while valuer Anisha Segar was crowned Young Professional of the Year.
CBRE Agribusiness negotiator Wyatt Johnston was also recently named Emerging Talent 2019 at The University of Auckland Department of Property Awards.
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