The Chicago firm "is going to be their exclusive provider oftransaction management services and their preferred provider forother corporate real estate services, lease administration, projectmanagement, facilities management and strategic planning," Duffysays. Jones Lang LaSalle will not be handling adidas Group's retaillocations, but all other property, which is approximately 12million sf.

Jones Lang LaSalle will also be working on "a number ofintegration related projects," Duffy says. "They are looking interms of how they can best consolidate and combine their realestate locations around the world, what makes sense and what doesnot."

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