Earlier this month, our team was honored to win the Copper Cactus award for Best Place to Work (companies 31-75 employees). We couldn't be more thrilled, as this recognition belongs to every member of our company. Our team strives to exceed our clients' expectations, with a tremendous work ethic in a culture of fun. This is our seventh Copper Cactus Award since the program's inception, with past awards in Community Service, Business Growth, as well as an Innovation award finalist.Read More
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Tom Knox retires from Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, after twenty years of service, on September 30, 2015. An integral member of the office division and a principal/ shareholder, Tom's quality of thought and contributions made an indelible mark on our culture. Much of C&W | PICOR's success can be directly attributed to Tom's leadership, and his contributions will always be valued and remembered. His tireless work, commitment, and dedication are worthy of admiration.
On December 25, 2014, Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR lost the most colorful block from our metaphorical quilt. Peter Douglas was a founding Principal whose cowboy nature guided a career of client and community impact. He was a founder of Greater Tucson Leadership and was inducted into the YMCA Hall of Fame in which he served on the Board for several years, and as Chairman. He was a dynamic force and presence in our firm and the loss is great.
With many blessings to count, this year and always, we continue a tradition started last Thanksgiving, asking our Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR team members to join us in a moment of gratitude and reflection. In this short slide show, we share with you personal perspectives and photographs from heartfelt to humorous.
On October 12, 2014 Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR will mix, pour, flip and serve as many pancakes as you can eat. The proceeds of this annual fund raising event go directly back into our community. Our goal is to distribute funds collected from generous clients, colleagues, vendors and community friends to those Tucson-area charities benefiting disadvantaged youth where a modest grant will make a significant difference. Often, these are programs and organizations which may receive less public support than their counterparts.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, national defense is an integral and critical component of Tucson's economy. Recent research and a campaign to support and preserve our military presence has emerged as "Mission Strong." Here are some excerpts from the Mission Strong website:
Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR is proud to announce its 2013 award recipients and division leaders in the Tucson commercial real estate marketplace. Below the shiny graphic, you'll also find a list of community and charitable leadership roles our team members held. Tucson community involvement remains a cornerstone of our mission and culture.
In his recent appeal to the Tucson Metro Chamber audience and in forums at Tucson CREW and CCIM, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild rallied the business community around the region’s stated Five Ts or five strengths: Technology, Trade, Transportation, Tourism and Teaching.