Colliers International, a global commercial real estate services firm, recognized several brokers from the Las Vegas office for their high achievements.
Mike Mixer, executive managing director of Colliers International-Las Vegas; Susan Borst, vice president of the industrial division; Ryan Martin, senior vice president of office, and Mike Stuart, executive vice president of land, all joined Collier’s Everest Club. Also recognized at Collier’s annual awards luncheon last month were Taber Thill, senior vice president of office; Dan Doherty, executive vice president of industrial; Mike DeLew, executive vice president of industrial, and Dean Willmore, senior vice president of industrial.
Each of the honorees is among the top 10 percent of brokers across the across the company’s footprint in the U.S., Latin America and Canada.
“These brokers continually go above and beyond and exceed expectations on a daily basis. Their commitment to the Las Vegas commercial real estate industry, and representing the Colliers brand, is unmatched,” said Mixer. “I congratulate these professionals on their outstanding performance in 2015 and thank them for their hard work and dedication.”
The Las Vegas office also had an even larger recognition. Doherty was the ninth-highest producing broker of the inductees into the 2015 Everest Club.
President of Colliers International Craig Robinson also recognized the team of achievers in a major turning point for the company.
“Following the spinoff of Colliers into an independent publicly traded company in 2015, this has been a transformational year for the firm — and these award winners helped propel our success, both in the Americas and globally, delivering service seamlessly wherever our clients do business,” said Robinson.
The awards were presented at the company’s annual conference in Washington, D.C., at the Washington Hilton. The event brings together more than 1,000 professionals from 18 countries.