Consulting Group

Strategy Through Implementation

With a strong multidimensional team, Cresa Consulting Group (CCG) helps clients make educated decisions around operations, labor, location, logistics and real estate - aligning a company's operational plan with a forward looking real estate plan, and creating leverage for incentive negotiations.

CCG provides a deep look into every aspect of business, including drivers, infrastructure, supply chain, corporate structure and desire future state, to help you determine the best path forward. CCG's consulting services are applicable to all industries and segments, including office, industrial, healthcare, biopharma, government and technology.

Helping Companies Make Informed Decisions and Implement Change

 
  • Bring together an integrated team of senior level professionals to deliver “Real World” implementable solutions.
  • Create and implement a comprehensive “business first” approach to align labor, technology, and operations with business strategy and corporate vision.
  • Then design a Real Estate solution that enables that business plan, reduces operating expense and optimizes leverage.

People

Reza Ahmadi, Ph.D. Vice President 415.699.7250
Mike Cobb Principal 770.823.5031
Jeff Estep Global Director 404.557.1789
Kelli Estep Project Manager 404.405.0900
Nathaniel Estes Vice President 843.693.0515
Jeff Gagnon Senior Vice President 415.394.1027
Joe Gaither Senior Vice President 404.421.9045
Michelle Graff Senior Advisor 415.394.1045
Lila McNair Business Manager 334.303.3005
Todd Ohlandt Managing Principal 917.282.1268
Donny Paslowski Senior Vice President 412.897.9551
Ashley Quan Advisor 415.394.1022
Matt Ryder Managing Principal 404.863.3510
Nathan Settembrini Vice President 404.202.4433
Dennis Stamm Senior Vice President 770.849.1886
Matt Treglia Vice President 520.332.5524
Richardo (Rick) V. Ybarra Managing Principal 703.568.6390
Garry Yeung Vice President 415.394.1047
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