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Real Estate Newsmakers: Speed Fab-Crete's Landers honored

Newsmakers: Speed Fab-Crete’s Landers honored

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Speed Fab-Crete’s director of business development, Randy Landers, has been elected to the Design-Build Institute of America’s first-ever College of Fellows, which honors 24 of the nation’s most accomplished designated design‐build professionals. Honorees were selected based on input from industry peers and leaders, as well as a review of the documented contributions made to the design‐build industry.

With more than 40 years of experience in integrated project delivery, Landers is responsible for leading and overseeing the development of business opportunities at Speed Fab-Crete, as well as spearheading and implementing client and sales expansion strategies to penetrate new markets and expand the firm’s construction services portfolio.


Noelle Garsek – photo – has joined Crescent Real Estate LLC as vice president, senior counsel. Garsek will provide legal counsel to crescent on real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, due diligence and legal asset management, as well as oversight of outside counsel. She will be based in Crescent’s Fort Worth corporate office.

Garsek was previously a shareholder with Winstead PC, where she practiced in the firm’s real estate practice group since 2001 and worked for national commercial real estate and investment companies.

“Noelle’s experience aligns with Crescent’s portfolio,” said Andrew Lombardi, senior vice president, general counsel for Crescent. “She has worked multi-family acquisitions and dispositions, mixed-used transactions and large office and retail projects for clients. She brings a wealth of experience in areas where Crescent is currently growing and we’re excited for her to join the team.”

Garsek graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s degree in 1998 and earned her law degree from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2001.

Send newsmakers to Robert Francis at rfrancis@bizpress.net.

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