Shaver was most recently vice president of development for OpusNorthwest , where he has been working since 2005. Prior to that hewas vice president and city manager of Liberty Property Trust. Hiscareer also includes a 12-year stint with CB Richard Ellis.


"We are fortunate to have an executive as seasoned and broadlyexperienced as Tom to assume the leadership role at Opus North,"says Keith Bednarowski of Opus Holdings. "Tom has been instrumentalin several signature office and industrial build-to-suit projectsundertaken by Opus Northwest in the recent past. His particularexpertise in that kind of work fits very well with the Opus Northportfolio and the focus of the business going forward."


As reported, in this new position, Queenan willoversee the TCC offices in Chicago, Austin, Dallas and Houston. Hewill be based out of Chicago. Additionally he will head thecompany's Healthcare Initiative.


Queenan's former responsibilities will be split about thecurrent Opus Northwest leadership team. "We wish Tom much successin his new role," says John Solberg, Opus Northwest COO. "Whilehe'll be missed, we are confident we can transition his duties toother members of our team as we continue to position Opus Northwestto act on emerging opportunities in the region we serve."

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