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Richard W. Greninger.

Richard W. Greninger has joined The Oliver Carr Company as vice president of property management. Greninger's primary role will be general management of the 30-year old company's 10 million square foot portfolio of class A office space. More specifically, he will be maintaining and developing the company's prized client relationships, establishing quality control procedures, a customer satisfaction tracking system and solidifying the company's position to compete for and retain the best fee management accounts in the Washington metropolitan area.

Prior to joining The Carr Company, Greninger worked with Coldwell Banker Commercial Group where he directed the management of their 7.5 million square foot Mid-Atlantic commercial property portfolio. During his 18 years of property management experience, he has been directly responsible for the management of 20 million square feet for the real estate investments in the Ohio Valley, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. He was formerly a director and educational chairman for the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and served as their 1988 International Convention program chairman. He served the Institute of Real Estate Management as a director from 1980-85 and was elected Chapter #9 President in 1983. In 1984, he was named IREM's "Manager of the Year".

Greninger graduated from Ohio State University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and Real Estate and he holds an MBA degree in marketing from the University of Cincinnati. He also served on the faculty of the University of Cincinnati teaching "Real Estate Investment Analysis" from 1985-1989.
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Title Annotation:Who's News
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:May 6, 1992
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