Trammel Crow had shared the UnitedHealth contract with JLL inthe previous contract three years ago, but JLL had not signed on in2004 when the deal was renewed. A spokesman for JLL confirmed toGlobeSt.com that his company earned the new work, but says hecannot comment further.

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Whit Peyton, managing director of the Bloomington office ofCBRE, says the healthcare company was treated exceptionally well."We're really disappointed by UHG's position to discontinue a majorportion of our contract," he tells GlobeSt.com. "We receiveconsistently high praise, and our 90% retention rate is a testamentto that."

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He says the company will still continue to handle UHG'sdevelopment work "through the conclusion of the developmentprocess" on about $250 million in projects. These include the UHG'snew 350,000-sf headquarters building, a 10-story office structurebeing built next to the company's current corporate location by2008. Another 300,000-sf office building is planned for the site,though a timetable has not been set.

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