HOUSTON, TEXAS - PM Realty Group (PMRG), a national, full-service commercial real estate firm, today announced that Brett Williams has joined PMRG's Houston Property Management team as Senior Vice President. His responsibilities include supporting and facilitating the growth of the firm's Central division as well as overseeing all aspects of the division’s operations, including but not limited to; property management, engineering, and construction management.
Prior to joining PMRG, Mr. Williams served as Sr. Vice President Operations - Southwest for Transwestern for four years managing the portfolios of clients such as: Invesco, Clarion and Union Real Estate Investment where he managed prominent Houston properties such as 1000 Main, an 837,000 SF, 36-story Class A office tower in the heart of downtown as part of a two million square foot office portfolio. Mr. Williams began his career in Commercial Real Estate in 1996 and has also worked for Weingarten Realty, Equity Office, Williford Property Group and Thomas Properties Group.
Mr. Williams has extensive experience in commercial operations as well as redevelopment and capital planning, construction, financial planning, LEED Certifications of existing buildings, financial reporting and training and development of personnel.
"Brett has consistently surpassed the expectations of clients, and I am confident that his 'can-do' attitude, unwavering leadership and organizational skills will only accelerate the growth and success of our Central Division," says Wade Bowlin, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, PM Realty Group.
Mr. Williams is a member of the Houston Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and is currently serving as the 2014/2015 President. He has been heavily involved with BOMA over the years, receiving the TOBY International distinction in 2001 and was also awarded with the 2009 Principal Member of the Year and the 2011 President’s Volunteer of the Year. Mr. Williams is also involved in Texas Building Owners and Managers Association and IREM. Mr. Williams holds a bachelor's degree in history from Texas Tech University.