Associate Principals and Partners Tim Bailey and Nate Turner were recently featured in New England Real Estate Journal’s Ones to Watch! Each year, the NEREJ recognizes the “Stand Out” professionals from New England’s commercial real estate industry. Below are Nate and Tim’s sections from this year’s spotlight.
3 skills that you use every day in your position: Critical thinking, active listening, and communication.
Best book, podcast, or app for aspiring leaders: Harvard Business Review (HBR) – What Makes an “Authentic” Leader? Episode 22 from HBR on Leadership series.
Best advice for new leaders in 10 words or less: Understand the importance of accountability
What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? Working with the city of Quincy to support its downtown development guidelines and, more recently, to review the City’s energy code and sustainability initiatives. Quincy has a mix of commercial and residential properties which provides an opportunity to make a difference with energy-efficient development by joining a group of communities that utilize the latest energy stretch codes for new projects.
What makes this nominee an Industry Leader? “Nate understands the importance of creating design that supports our clients’ business objectives and maintaining high-quality standards throughout the design process. Through his project work and his efforts to mentor staff, Nate will continue to play an important role in the growth and success of our firm.” – Daniel Perruzzi AIA LEED AP, Principal | Partner at Margulies Perruzzi
3 skills that you use every day in your position: Communication, problem solving, creativity.
Best book, podcast, or app for aspiring leaders: “How I built this”- NPR
Best advice for new leaders in 10 words or less: Stay agile and open-minded.
What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of? My growth into a leadership role on both a personal and professional level. I became an associate principal/partner and realized it was time to make an impact on the community outside of the office. I am an adjunct professor of architecture at my alma mater, Roger Williams, where I teach a graduate level course. I joined my local Planning Board where I provide my expert knowledge on responsibly building and shaping the community around me.
What makes this nominee an Industry Leader? “The quality of an architecture firm is defined by the talents of its people, and we are extremely fortunate to have the broad and deep design talents of people like Tim. With his design acumen and commitment to client service, Tim will lead MP as it continues to grow.” – Janet Morra, AIA, LEED AP, Principal | Partner at Margulies Perruzzi.