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Benefits of an Owners’ Rep

Owners’ representatives aren’t often lauded when a project wins an award, comes in under budget or finishes ahead of schedule. But more than likely, it’s the contributions of these behind-the-scenes organizers and project planners that make a job a success. (Photo by Aaron Weber)

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Historic building in Oklahoma City gets 21st century upgrade

A historic building in Oklahoma City is getting an upgrade to fit in with the 21st century.

“So where we’re standing right now used to be a Model T Ford assembly plant and then for many years, it was the Fred Jones Company where they re-manufactured Ford engines,” Craig Greenberg, president of 21c Museum Hotels, said.

In fact, this 14,000-square-foot space was still used by the Fred Jones Company until renovations started on the building.

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Business First Spotlight: Brad Wilcox

“As in many small businesses, I serve in a couple of different roles — first, as an owner’s representative for the clients we serve and, second, as a business owner. Essentially, my role as an owner’s representative is to deliver commercial development projects for owners. To read the full article, click here.

 

Heaven Hill

Commercial Real Estate Awards: Heaven Hill offers taste of Kentucky’s bourbon culture downtown

One of McCall Group’s projects, the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, was awarded the Louisville Business First Commercial Real Estate Award in 2014. To read the full article, click here.

Winner The International Whiskey Visitor Attraction of the Year 2009
Highly Commended American Whiskey Visitor Attraction of the Year 2012
Winner Icons of Whisky American Visitor Center Manager of the Year 2013

21c Cincinnait

ULI Global Awards for Excellence: 21c Museum Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio

ULI Global rewards 21c Museum Hotels’ restoration of the historic 11-story Metropole building, which is the first full-service hotel to open in downtown Cincinnati in 28 years. To read the full article, click here.

 

Whiskey Row Louisville

Rebuilding Whiskey Row: New Life for Downtown Louisville

WHAS-11 reports on McCall Group’s project to salvage and restore downtown Louisville’s Whiskey Row. Renovation is due to begin in 2014. To read the full report, click here.