The 2018 Property Hero Awards, from Building Engines, recognized Commercial Real Estate property management professionals who stand out among their peers.
It celebrates the unsung heroes of commercial real estate properties, working behind the scenes with passion, professionalism, and progressive-thinking that is helping to positively transform the industry, and deliver on the promise of an outstanding tenant experience.
The year’s awards featured over 2,000 votes, 24 finalists, and over 150 nominations, with one runner-up and winner in two categories:
Recognizing strong commercial asset management and practices that improve the tenant experience, asset value, performance and overall efficiency.
The 2018 winner of the Property Hero Award for Management is…
Kim Callicoat, Assistant Property Manager at Highwoods Properties. She will receive a grand prize of $1,200 and be featured in a post on the Building Beat blog!
The 2018 runner-up for Management Hero is…
Jay Scholten, Vice President – Property Management and Construction of Waveland Property Group, Inc. He will receive the second place prize of $300.
Recognizing outstanding maintenance that delivers positive tenant satisfaction through the day-to-day operations of buildings.
The 2018 winner of the Property Hero Award for Maintenance is…
Julio Salazar, Senior Building Engineer at Wright Runstad & Company! He will receive a grand prize of $1,200, and be featured in a post on the Building Beat blog!
The 2018 runner-up for Maintenance Hero is…
Anthony Piccione, Chief Operating Engineer at Cushman & Wakefield. He will receive the second place prize of $300.
Congratulations to the winners and runner-ups!
“To be a Property Hero is to deliver on the promise of an outstanding customer experience,” said Building Engines Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer, Scott Sidman. “However, it’s often an under-appreciated responsibility. We’re thrilled to provide a way to honor and highlight those who work behind the scenes at commercial assets across the country, and provide organizations a much-needed opportunity to recognize these leaders for their hard work every day.”