Colliers International announced that Rusty Bollow, MRED CCIM, and Andy Wheeler, CCIM, have joined the firm’s downtown Salt Lake City office at 111 Main. Bollow and Wheeler will work in direct partnership as senior vice presidents at Colliers. The newly formed team will play a critical role as Colliers continues to build the premier industrial services offering in the Utah market.

“Rusty and Andy are two of the Intermountain West’s leading industrial property experts,” said Brandon Fugal, chairman and lead partner of Colliers Utah. “Their vision and leadership will be key as we introduce and deliver Colliers’ preeminent industrial services platform to the Utah market.”

Previously, Bollow served as senior vice president at Newmark Grubb ACRES. He specialized in industrial, land and investment properties. He has completed more than 640 transactions, representing clients in the acquisition and/or disposition of over 12 million square feet of facilities and an excess of 600 acres of land sales. Bollow earned a Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree and a graduate certification in urban planning from the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.

Wheeler was previously vice president at JLL. He specialized in industrial distribution, industrial flex and industrial land. Prior to working at JLL, he worked as a broker for Newmark Grubb ACRES and Pyramid Brokerage Company. He holds the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, a recognition held by only 6 percent of an estimated 150,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide.

“Colliers is the fastest growing commercial real estate services company in the world and has become a leading force for industrial real estate developments worldwide,” said Fugal. “We look forward to continuing to grow our industrial services capabilities in Utah with enhanced opportunity from site selection and incentives for manufacturing facilities to supply chain and logistics consulting for warehouse development.”