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DALLAS-As the economy shifts so do the professionals around town.

The Dallas office of New York City-based Julien J. Studley Inc. added four professionals. Lissa Cooke is on board as Studley’s corporate managing director. Cooke has earned top achiever awards for three consecutive years during her tenure at Staubach. She and Rebecca Griffin will lead the corporate division for Studley.

John P. Talley is Studley’s newest managing director, taking the firm’s total in that role to eight. The 17-year-veteran previously was director of real estate for Opus South Corp., where he was responsible for office and industrial developments in excess of $100 million in Dallas and Memphis markets. He also worked as a senior associate for CB Commercial Real Estate Group.

Tom Holleman and Timothy F. Hubach, relative newcomers to the commercial real estate profession, were hired as associates. “I could not be more pleased with the experience and leadership Lissa, John, Tom and Tim bring to our office,” says Greg Biggs, Studley’s senior vice president and southwest region manager.

St. Louis-based Paric Corp., a general contractor, also beefed up its Dallas team. On board is Michael Poupart, project manager; Mick Donnelly, senior project manager; Jason Reed, project engineer; Derrick Deckard, engineer; and William Hudson, senior project estimator. Paric also moved Glen Wiegmann from headquarters to Dallas to serve as project superintendent.

Leonard L. Fitzgerald III moved over to Ft. Worth-based Alliance Commercial Group Inc., where he assumes the role of senior director. Fitzgerald was an associate for Henry S. Miller Commercial in Dallas.

Fitzgerald tells GlobeSt.com that he is tasked with industrial leasing in the Northeast Dallas and Garland area. “That’s the area I started in,” he says. He will be working with a 14-broker team and has taken some clients with him in the move.

Trammell Crow Co. hired three associates for its corporate advisory services group. Jordan Buis, Rebekah Childers and Matt Nickels are on board. It’s all part of the firm’s “commitment to developing bench strength” in the corporate advisory group, says Bill Lamberth, principal of the Dallas-based firm.

WorkPlaceUSA finally makes the official announcement that Brian Jetty, former head of NTCAR and a vice president with the defunct RealtyIQ, is leading a new division. He is manager of business strategy for WorkPlaceXchange, the Dallas-based multi-faceted WorkPlace’s e-commerce division. Jetty joined the team earlier in the summer and has been setting up the division, which is focusing on development of an integrated suite of Web-based leasing, design and construction management tools.

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