The Dallas office of Transwestern bolsters its tenant advisory services group, and a Colliers exec gets a national board appointment in this week’s Personnel Moves.
• Edward C. Nash Jr. and Don Bingaman have joined Transwestern as senior vice president and vice president, respectively. Nash, who has more than 24 years of commercial real estate experience, joins from McLeodZei Commercial Real Estate Advisors. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in finance and real estate from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, and currently serves as a member of the school’s Chancellor’s Council.
Bingaman, a 25-year industry veteran, joins Transwestern from Stonewall Partners LP. He previously held positions at Grubb & Ellis, CBRE and Lincoln Property Co. Bingaman received a degree in finance from the Sam S. Walton School of Business at the University of Arkansas.
Riis Christensen, senior vice president of Transwestern, called tenant advisory “a core component of our corporate growth strategy. Both Ed and Don are highly experienced and respected industry professionals who will play an important role in supporting our continued expansion.”
• Greg Grainger, regional managing director of real estate management services for Colliers International, has been named chairman of the board for BOMI International. He has served the facility management education nonprofit for eight years in various board and officer roles, and has also been involved with BOMA in leadership positions for Dallas and the Southwest region.
“Education has always been an important factor to be successful in this industry and the opportunity to make a difference attracted me to BOMI,” Grainger said. “We’re focused on nurturing and educating the next generation of commercial real estate professionals by providing the information and resources they need to be successful.”