SAN FRANCISCO-Navin Ramani has been named senior vice presidentin charge of the project management group at CresaPartners in SanFrancisco. Ramani, with more than 17 years of related industryexperience, will provide organizations with integrated projectmanagement solutions aligned with their business and real estatestrategy.


Ramani will also support the Palo Alto and San Jose offices ofCresaPartners. “As part of our growth plans in the Bay Area,we at CresaPartners are responding to client needs and building aproject management group that will benefit from the considerableexperience and talent of Navin,” explains Craig Zodikoff, managingprincipal at CresaPartners in San Francisco. “Projectmanagement is a key component of our comprehensive suite ofcorporate services, including our recently launched strategicplanning group.”


A native of Marin County, Ramani has previously held keyleadership roles as vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle, directorof project management at Cushman & Wakefield and senior projectmanager at Turner Construction. At JLL he had nationalresponsibility on the Bank of America account where he led teams,oversaw programs and managed numerous projects. While at C&W hewas head of project management in Northern California, managingaccounts, one-off client relationships and projects. Duringhis tenure at Turner, Ramani managed programs along with interiorand ground- up construction projects.


According to Ramani, “Clients deserve the highest qualityservice and value-based solutions. Quality and value must beintegrated and should be uncompromising goals.” From a program andproject standpoint Ramani has been involved with more than 10million square feet of construction with a total project valueexceeding $1 billion.

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