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[IMGCAP(2)]WASHINGTON, DC-Studley has hired four executives to join its two DC-area offices. They will be focusing on expanding tenant rep activities across all sectors of the economy including government agencies and associations–two mainstays of the DC economy.

In general Studley is looking to expand its headcount, Paul Schweitzer, executive vice president and branch manager of the Tyson’s Corner office, tells GlobeSt.com. “We don’t have a specific number in mind but our focus is in hiring good people right now.” The merger of Jones Lang LaSalle and Staubach represents new opportunities for the firm, he adds, because it positions Studley as one of the leading global firms for tenant representation.

Kevin Johnson is joining Studley as managing director in the firm’s Washington, DC office. He will assist commercial and federal tenants, including those under the General Services Administration National Broker Contract, with the construction of tenant improvements and related services. Johnson was responsible for program management on the GSA National Broker Contract at CB Richard Ellis. He was also vice president of development and project management for Trammell Crow’s Chicago office.

[IMGCAP(3)]Michael Brooks is Studley’s new associate director in the Tyson’s Corner office. His new responsibilities include business development and the management of real estate transactions for local corporations, non profits, associations and technology companies. Prior to joining Studley, Brooks was CEO of a privately owned business development company in Leesburg, VA specializing in industry market search and vendor support services.

[IMGCAP(1)]Alexandra Hunihan joins Studley as an assistant director in the Washington, DC office. She was a leasing associate for US Equities Asset Management LLC in Chicago on its Sears Tower leasing team, before joining the firm.

[IMGCAP(4)]Scott Howard is a new financial analyst in Studley’s Washington, DC office. Prior to this, he spent three years at Clark Construction, where he was a member of a task force in charge of the 1.3-million-sf build-out for US Department of Transportation headquarters on the Southeast Waterfront.

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