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Lockard Companies won the 2016 HREI Insights Award for Best New Medical Office Building and Outpatient Facilities (Less Then 25,000 square feet) this past week at the Real Share Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Scottsdale, AZ for their Five Star ER, Pflugersville, TX building. The awards were presented by Healthcare Real Estate Insights. HREI publisher Murray Wolf said that “The HREI Insights Awards have honored the best of the best in healthcare real estate since 2013.Yet we never fail to be astounded by the quality of the people and projects that are nominated. The projects that are submitted demonstrate the remarkable persistence and creativity of the development teams behind them.” Lockard and Emergency Service Partners had identified an optimal site in Pflugerville, an Austin, Texas, suburb, for its next freestanding emergency room under its Five Star ER brand. However,
The YMCA officially broke ground Thursday, December 16, 2016 at their soon to be new location on the corner of Mitchell Boulevard and Moresby Street in the Renaissance Square development in Fort Worth, TX. The YMCA groundbreaking marks a long anticipated addition to the Renaissance Square neighborhood and comes only weeks after the groundbreaking of Columbia at Renaissance Square, the multi-phase mixed income housing development. “Renaissance Square has been years in the making and it is amazing to see everything coming to fruition,” said Robert Smith Jr., President of Lockard Companies. “The feedback from the community has been
What is one of the hottest trends in health care? It’s not on campus or an app for your smartphone, but rather located in your neighborhood shopping center. Freestanding emergency departments (FSED’s), emergency departments not attached to a hospital, efficiently connect patients with needed care closer to where they live. Many FSEDs boast little or no wait times and very high patient-satisfaction scores. Studies have shown that FSEDs are able to achieve hospital-level quality of care, even for the most serious and time-critical conditions. In this article written by Jay Jackman and published by WMFD.com, FSED’s are taking center stage in Columbus, Ohio, as they look for way to reposition themselves for the shifting demographics and demands they are facing.
Source: Leavitt Digital Leavitt Digital recently caught up with David Wilson, CCIM, who was recently elected into office as CCIM President for 2018 and asked Wilson to explain the CCIM Organization. If you are wondering what a CCIM is, you aren’t alone! Only six percent (6%) of all commercial real estate practitioners wear the prestigious CCIM pin and have gone through the extensive educational program to become a CCIM Designee. CCIM stands for Certified Commercial Investment Member. Based in Chicago, IL, the CCIM Institute is an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS® and has approximately 13,000 members from 31 countries throughout the world. CCIMs are trained experts who can analyze opportunities to help clients make confident, informed choices. Employing a data-driven approach to commercial real estate, CCIMs guide clients’ real estate decisions using financial and market analysis skills, combined with their own experience and knowledge of local and national markets. With a CCIM, clients have access to an educated, deliberate process. Although many people think that the CCIM membership is made up of only brokers that could not be further from the truth. Brokers represent about 39% of CCIM’s membership – a substantial number, but one that is well balanced with many other industry leaders.
CHICAGO, November 2, 2015 – CCIM Institute, one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world with chapters in 50 states and seven global markets, announced its new 2016 leadership team at the organization’s annual conference in Austin, Texas, Oct. 30. David P. Wilson, CCIM, executive vice president at Lockard Companies in Cedar Falls, Iowa, was elected to serve as 2016 First Vice President of CCIM Institute. “I am honored and humbled to be able to serve in this leadership role with this great organization,” Wilson says. “I’m excited about what lies ahead and will give 100 percent to help elevate our members to the highest levels of success in commercial real estate.” Earning his CCIM designation in 2002, he has been moved up from leadership positions at the CCIM Iowa Chapter to a wide range of national CCIM committees. Currently, Wilson serves on the CCIM Institute Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Foundation Board of Directors. Additionally, he is a graduate of the prestigious Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy, which offers a nine-month intensive program through CCIM Institute.