Economic growth award.
The University of Utah
DANNY WALL, CCIM
The University of Utah
UTAH CCIM IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH ASTHEECONOMICGROWTH AWARD RECIPIENT THIS YEAR.
In selecting the Economic Growth recipient, CCIM considers factors including job creation, capital investment, community involvement, utilization of the commercial real estate community and ongoing contributions to economic growth and development.
The award goes to an institution that has been a partner with the city, State and local community, significantly impacting economic growth. They continue to seek ways to engage in the local community through charitable and outreach efforts.
The University of Utah clearly satisfies these measures. It provides further economic impact by educating the minds of the best and brightest that Utah has to offer. Of particular interest to those assembled at the Excellence Awards Gala was the continued growth of the real estate academic programs through the Ivory-Boyer Real Estate Center and the Masters of Real Estate Development Degree.
The future could not be better for the University of Utah and those that it reaches!
WHAT IS A CCIM?
WHY USE A CCIM?
There are countless benefits to working with a CCIM. Commercial real estate investment requires the counsel of a qualified professional. A Certified Commercial Investment Member provides clients with the assurance that every decision will be made in the best interest of their investment objectives. When assembling a commercial real estate investment team, start with a CCIM.
The CCIM Excellence Awards were created to celebrate Top Producers in Commercial Real Estate who are also well-rounded individuals that give back to their communities. The process of nominating these outstanding individuals is simple and accessible to the public. For informational purposes and/or to nominate a candidate, we outlined the process below. The nomination and judging portal can be reached through the Utah CCIM website: www.utahccimchapter.com
CCIM EXCELLENCE NOMINATION AND JUDGING PROCESS
Round ONE Judging
1. CCIM pays and works with a neutral, third-party hosting and calculation website called Open Water. This is a confidential and anonymous process, and nominees are assigned a number when their application is submitted.
2. You can self-nominate or nominate others through the Open Water portal and the candidate is sent a link from Open Water to apply.
3. In the application process, four questions are asked of the candidate, and the answers are submitted on the Open Water system. The candidate's production number is required for submission.
4. Judges review the four answers and score accordingly. No candidate names are revealed in this process, and judging is based solely on the questions answered.
5. All production numbers are hidden from judges, and are only tallied by the Open Water system in the final combined score of the individual.
6. The Open Water system takes the scores, combines the production number which is not seen by the judges, and tallies the top three candidates as the FINALISTS of that category.
Round TWO Judging
7. The top three candidates for each category then go through a second round of judging by another separate group of judges.
8. Judges review the four answers and score accordingly.
9. The Open Water system takes the scores, combines the production number which is not seen by the judges, and tallies the top one candidate as the RECIPIENT of that category.
The CCIM Excellence Awards Gala is typically held in March as a black-tie reception, dinner and awards ceremony that culminates with a Dessert Social.
Note: This year, there was an additional point given for community work because it promoted the CCIM theme, "It's All About Giving," and funds were given to Utah Food Bank. This may or may not occur again next year. It will depend upon the current theme and the CCIM Board of Directors.
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|Title Annotation:||Special Section: Utah CCIM|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2017|
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