Published at: 2019-06-14 09:17 | Author: Robert McLean
Marian Herman, CEO (HB Reavis), says his company's policy of focusing on the granular details of huge projects is paying off in a big way
HB Reavis broke into the big leagues by being aggressive on rents, building office space that offered space at the lowest costs to tenants. How has that changed?
Historically, this company was a price leader in everything it built because it kept expertise in-house and finetuned the processes to perfection. That meant we had in-house construction management, including in-house procurement, which focused on tendering not just Level 1 suppliers but Level 2 and 3 suppliers. That allowed us to achi...

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