Cresa New York Names Jim Pirot as Senior Vice President of Project Management
The New York office of Cresa, North America’s largest tenant representation firm, recently appointed Jim Pirot as its new Senior Vice President of Project Management. With nearly three decades of experience in property management and operations for commercial, residential, hotel and industrial buildings alike, Pirot was tapped to deliver a comprehensive range of advisory and project management services to clients, especially during the build-out process for a new workspace.
“Jim’s great depth of experience in working closely with tenants to address their on-site real estate needs enables him to quickly see how a company can get the most from a space, while anticipating their future challenges,” said Mark Jaccom, President & Managing Principal of Cresa New York. “His ability to develop operational solutions that address every aspect of the real estate equation for a tenant, from project budgeting to vendor oversight, is a significant, time-saving benefit for our clients.
Before joining Cresa New York Pirot was the Executive Director of Facilities at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Among Pirot’s facility and real estate responsibilities was the oversight of 13 academic, administrative and student-housing properties across Manhattan. He also managed two ground-up construction projects for the school’s newest residence facilities. Prior to that, Pirot served as the Principal of Design and Construction Consulting at The Staubach Company, and as Senior Vice President of Property Management for Emmes Realty Services and for the Helmsley Organization.
Some of the noteworthy properties that Pirot has been involved with throughout his career include: the Empire State Building, One Penn Plaza, the Starrett-Lehigh Building, 140 Broadway in New York, and the Helmsley chain of hotels nationwide.
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