Senior Project Manager
Dan Quinn joined Colliers International in January 2005. He is an executive vice president, head of the Development & Consulting Services group and a shareholder of the firm. He has over 30 years of development and consulting experience in the commercial real estate industry. Dan’s two primary areas of expertise are real estate development and consulting services.
Dan began his career as an architect in New York City and, after acquiring his MBA, joined the Philadelphia-based real estate investment, development and consulting firm Radnor Advisors in 1980. Named president of the firm in 1992, he oversaw its sale to Insignia/ESG in 1997. With its subsequent acquisition by CB Richard Ellis, Dan moved to Washington, D.C. in 2000 to head CBRE’s Mid-Atlantic Consulting Group.
In his role as a development manager, he has overseen the planning, design and construction of over 10 million square feet of office, educational, data center, healthcare and life science space. He also has extensive experience in the areas of master planning, entitlement and land development.
Dan’s development clients including the Vanguard Group, Hewlett Packard, Steward Health Care System, Samsung, Princeton University, the New England Conservatory of Music, Liberty Mutual Group, Maine Medical Center, John Hancock and private investors.
Over the course of his career, Dan has provided consulting services domestically and internationally to corporations, institutions and non-profits. These services have included strategic real estate planning, feasibility studies, site searches and disposition of excess assets.
A representative list of clients includes Boehringer Ingelheim, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Exelon, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Inova Health System, the Jaya Group, Lifespan/Rhode Island Hospital, State Street Corporation, the University of Pennsylvania, Unum Group, the US Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund and Williams & Connolly, LLP.
Columbia University, Master of Business Administration, Finance
Columbia University, Master of Architecture
Amherst College, Bachelor of Arts
Memberships & Involvements
International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), National Association of Industrial ＆ Office Properties (NAIOP), Urban Land Institute (ULI)