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IRVINE, CA-Opus West Corp., which is overseeing 10 million sf of development in Southern California, has promoted four of its executives in the region to new positions. The new posts reflect the added responsibilities the four have take on as the firm has grown in the region, according to Paul Marshall, division president-Southern California for Opus West.

The four and their new posts include Matt Montgomery, senior director of real estate development; Ryan Dan, real estate manager; Andrew Ranallo, project manager and Mike Dorris, senior manager of real estate development. All are based in the Opus West Irvine office except for Dorris, who is in the San Diego office.

Montgomery, who is in his eighth year with Opus West, previously was director of real estate development. In his new position, he will direct efforts on several new development opportunities.

Montgomery has been the leader of all Opus efforts relating to four significant projects in the City of Irvine, including Avenue One, the Plaza-Irvine and 3000 The Plaza luxury condominium projects, and the Opus Center Irvine III class A office tower.

Dan joined Opus in 2006 and formerly was real estate representative. Since joining Opus, he has helped to guide the leasing and marketing of the Shoppes at Chino Hills, a retail development project that will open in May 2008 at more than 90% leased.

Dorris has been at Opus since 2005 and previously served as real estate manager. In his new role, he will spearhead all marketing activities for both phases of the Opus Point office campus in San Diego and will work to source new development opportunities to further grow Opus’ market presence.

Dorris has helped facilitate the San Diego sales activity at Opus Point and the eight-building Opus Crossing industrial park, as well as assisting with the acquisition, entitlements and marketing of Horizon Tech Center @Scripps Ranch, a class A office project seeking LEED Silver certification.

Ranallo, who formerly was an associate project manager, joined Opus in 2005 and has been instrumental to the success of Opus West’s mixed-use Pine Corporate Center in Chino Hills as well as the Northpointe office development in San Bernardino. With an architecture background and LEED accreditation earned in 2004, Ranallo has taken a leadership role in the LEED training of Opus West’s Southern California staff and continues to provide guidance and support for Opus team members seeking LEED certification for their projects. He is currently managing the Horizon Tech Center @ Scripps Ranch project.

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