KATRINA GAYNOR

PROJECT DIRECTOR
BIOGRAPHY

Katrina was instrumental in establishing CCG Property Management and leads the industrial division. She brings 25 years of experience managing all types of commercial properties including traditional industrial and office, medical office, retail, historic, flex and multi-use.

She has worked directly for property owners as well as third-party management companies serving institutional, regional, and local clients, always running properties as if they were her own.  Her strong work ethic and attention to detail makes her the perfect candidate to manage the most complex assignments.  She has extensive experience in overseeing property management, engineering and accounting functions, as well as tenant and capital improvements.

Katrina was awarded Real Estate Manager of the Year for 2 years while at CBRE, received 3 Excellence awards and a National Elite award while at Equity Office.  Katrina is active in Building Owners & Managers Association Oregon (BOMA Oregon): currently serving on the Board of Directors and the Programs Committee.  She also instructs continuing education classes for both BOMA Oregon and the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).

When not at work, you can find Katrina at the barn with her horse, walking her dog, fishing or at the beach with her husband.

MAJOR PROJECTS
  • Repositioned a 1.1M square foot property that includes office, industrial, coolers, ammonia-based freezer and a truck maintenance facility.  The facility was owned and operated by a single user and sold to an institutional investor.  It is now a multi-tenant project focused on food manufacturing and distribution.  Redevelopment included demising the facility, separating utilities, seismic upgrade, new roofs, paint, asphalt and landscape upgrades.  

  • Managed a 1M square foot abatement project in two fully occupied buildings, one with a bakery, while the tenants remained in occupancy.  

 

  • Relocated short term to step in to manage a five (5) building office portfolio in California when the entire portfolio staff was unavailable.  She supervised the property management, administrative, accounting and engineering responsibilities.

 

  • Managed seven (7) medical office buildings through a period of sabotage, including elk urine being dumped in an elevator shaft of a fully occupied medical office building.  Resolution included locating and identifying the source of the odor, determining the scope of the clean-up and managing the occupancy of the tenants through the remediation of the elevators, flooring, walls, ceilings, lights and HVAC systems.