CBRE celebrates quadruple success at 2018 RICS Oceania Awards

CBRE has triumphed at the 2018 RICS Oceania Commercial Property Awards, securing four accolades at the highly-esteemed event.

CBRE Senior Managing Director of Asset Services and Global Workplace Solutions, Amanda Steele, was named Woman of the Built Environment – a new category recognising the positive contributions made to the industry by an outstanding female professional.

In a second peak individual award, CBRE Senior Director, Asset Services, Peter Apostolakos was named Property Professional of the Year in recognition of his achievements in both managing one of the company’s largest Australian property portfolios and driving CBRE’s diversity agenda.

CBRE Project Manager, Greta San Miguel was awarded the hotly contested Young Achiever of the Year accolade, while the firm’s Valuations & Advisory Services – Industrial & Logistics team secured the title of Valuation Team of the Year.

Ray Pittman, CBRE Pacific President & CEO, said the awards recognised the high calibre of the company’s professionals and the outstanding contributions they make to the Australian property industry.

“As a company, we are committed to fostering the best environment for our professionals to succeed. These accolades are testament to the excellence that these professionals embody, and their consistent efforts and capabilities to achieve the best results for our clients,” Mr Pittman said.

“We are proud to have market-leading teams and individuals that deliver dynamic, innovative and exceptional results. Our key focus is to provide our clients with the best outcomes and these awards highlight our capabilities to do this.”

RICS is the world’s leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property and construction, with circa 180,000 qualified members.