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Thursday, December 05, 2013
Krikorian to Head Trammell Crow's Dallas Office
DALLAS, TX-Trammell Crow Company has appointed Scott Krikorian leader of the company’sDallas-Fort Worth Business Unit. In this role, he will oversee the entire business unit, including all development and acquisition projects, new business pursuits, finance and overall day-to-day operations. Krikorian succeeds and reports to Adam Saphier, president-central pperations for Trammell Crow Company.
“Scott is a natural fit for this role, having been a part of TCC’s Dallas-Fort Worth offices for more than 25 years,” said Saphier. “He is an excellent leader whose management skills and deal making acumen make him the ideal choice to lead TCC’s headquarters city and one of the company’s most significant markets. Scott’s integrity, strong work ethic, outstanding customer service and ability to drive growth and business performance will serve him well in this leadership role.”
Krikorian previously served as a managing director and principal responsible for industrial development throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. He began his career with Trammell Crow as an industrial leasing agent in 1988 and grew to oversee all industrial developments and investments. Prior to CBRE’s acquisition of Trammell Crow Company, Scott led the Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial Services Group, which leased and managed over 20 million square feet annually. Under his leadership, TCC has completed over 9.8 million square feet of industrial development, currently has 1.8 million square feet under construction and 4.3 million square feet in its pipeline. Current notable projects include Trade Center I-IX, a 3 million square foot industrial park in its third phase located on the north side of DFW Airport and I-20 Distribution Center, a 2.5 million square foot bulk distribution center, also in its third phase, located in South Dallas.