Donald R. Young
Donald R. Young
Donald Young, founder and principal of D. R. Young Associates, brings to the firm over 25 years of experience in the technical, administrative and managerial aspects of the corporate, private and public real estate development process. His expertise includes project organization and control, direction of the entitlement and approval process as well as design and construction management.
Mr. Young has been directly accountable for capital budgets ranging from under $5K to over $450M and has overseen the development and occupancy of over 6 million square feet of real estate represented by a full range of retail, administrative, R&D, manufacturing and institutional uses. He has directed the entitlement and approval process for multi-use commercial, cultural, educational, residential and resort developments and has provided consulting project management services for complex land use, architectural and site design projects.
Prior to establishing D. R. Young Associates, Mr. Young was the Director of Corporate Real Estate and Development for Silicon Graphics, Inc. where he was responsible for the development of all of the company’s major facilities throughout the world. In this role he managed all aspects of this process from site selection, real estate negotiation, land entitlement, project financing, corporate and municipal approval, design and construction management through to occupancy coordination. During his five years in this position, all projects under Mr. Young’s direction were completed within budget and against highly aggressive scheduling requirements during a period of explosive growth for the company.
Before joining Silicon Graphics, Mr. Young spent eight years at Citicorp / Citibank (now Citigroup) in a variety of capacities as Vice President and Director of Distribution Planning and Development where he was responsible for the advanced planning related to expanding the corporation’s presence in California. Programs for which Mr. Young was responsible included market analysis, site selection, electronic and supermarket banking and branch expansion through new development and acquisition. In this capacity he managed the process of project development from concept to implementation for all facilities used by the organization in California including administrative offices, computer operations centers, branch banks, loan offices and support facilities.
Mr. Young is an active member of Lambda Alpha International, the Urban Land Institute, and the San Francisco Urban Planning and Research Institute. He received the distinguished 2011 Design Achievement Award from the Iowa State School of Design.
Mr. Young received a Bachelor of Science, with highest honors from Iowa State University, and a Masters of Environmental Planning, with honors from the University of California, Berkeley.
Contact InformationDonald R. Young, D. R. Young Associates
57 Inverness Drive
San Rafael, CA 94901
- p 415-456-2820
- c 415-990-9448
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Terry Reagan brings a unique perspective to the development process. His extensive experience working both as the owner/developer as well as the general contractor combines to bring a command of the project’s requirements from the embryonic design concept through project delivery. This perspective is not limited to one product type. Over the course of his career, Mr. Reagan has worked on very large and complex projects from the new LEED Platinum California Academy of Sciences designed by Renzo Piano in Golden Gate Park to the Philip Johnson designed 101 California Street, a 48 story office building in the heart of the San Francisco’s Financial District. He has had the good fortune of working with other world-renowned architects William A. McDonough and Robert A. M. Stern.
From cultural institutions to a distribution center in the heart of the Central Valley to the oversight of the design and construction of tenant improvements for a large corporate user to the historic rehabilitation of the Ferry Building, Mr. Reagan has probably encountered and has had to develop successful strategies to overcome the many obstacles that can occur over the course of a project.
Mr. Reagan began his career in 1980 with Swinerton and Walberg Co., now known as Swinerton Builders. During his tenure there, he worked on such notable projects as 101 California, the 100 acre headquarters campus of Pacific Bell in San Ramon as well as the headquarters campus for VISA International in Foster City.
Terry joined the real estate development group of William Wilson and Associates in 1996. While at Wilson he worked on the design and construction of two projects on the Oracle Campus in Redwood Shores. He also oversaw the development of Gap, Inc.’s corporate headquarters in San Francisco and their award winning 901 Cherry, a pioneering project in sustainable design located in San Bruno. Mr. Reagan was involved in the historic rehabilitation of a National Historic Landmark in San Francisco - The Ferry Building.
Since its inception in January 2003, T. J. Reagan, Inc. has been engaged in a variety of diverse projects. Mr. Reagan aided AGI Capital and TMG Partners in the development of SOMA Grand, a 22 story, 246 unit condominium project in San Francisco. T. J. Reagan, Inc. also assisted in the development of the California Academy of Sciences, the Walt Disney Family Museum located in the Presidio and is currently working on the SFMOMA Expansion which, upon completion, will nearly triple the art gallery space and will become home to the world famous Fisher Family Art Collection.
Mr. Reagan holds a Bachelors of Science in Finance from SDSU and a Masters of Building Construction from the University of Florida.
Contact InformationTerry J. Reagan, T. J. Reagan, Inc.
4 Embarcadero Center, Suite 3300
San Francisco, CA 94111-5900
- p 415-905-5366
- c 650-208-1626
- f 415-440-4358
Robert J. Reuter
Robert J. Reuter
Reuter Project Management, Inc.
Robert Reuter, P.E. has over 20 years of experience in technical, administrative and managerial aspects of the corporate real estate development process. His expertise includes project organization and control, as well as design and construction management. Mr. Reuter is a registered Professional Mechanical Engineer in the State of California, utilizing his technical background to evaluate and critique the design and operational aspects of a project’s mechanical and electrical systems.
Mr. Reuter has been directly accountable for capital project budgets ranging from under $20K to over $400M, and has overseen the development and occupancy of over 4 million square feet of real estate represented by a full range of corporate office, retail, administrative, R&D, data center, educational, museum and manufacturing uses. In addition, Mr. Reuter has provided consulting project management services for a variety of architectural and site design projects.
Prior to establishing his consulting firm, Mr. Reuter was a Senior Project Manager in the Corporate Construction Department for Silicon Graphics, Inc. where he was responsible for the development of the company’s major domestic facilities. In this role, he managed aspects of project financing, corporate and municipal approval, design, and construction management through to occupancy coordination. During his nine years in this position, all projects under Mr. Reuter’s direction were completed within budget and against highly aggressive scheduling requirements during a period of explosive growth for the company.
Before joining Silicon Graphics, Mr. Reuter spent two years at MIPS Computer Systems, Inc. in a variety of capacities as a Project Manager. Major responsibilities included site selection, management of tenant construction projects, development of Facilities Department capital and operating budgets and establishment of a Corporate CAD system for construction documents. In this capacity, he managed the process of project development from concept to implementation for all facilities used by the company.
During his career Mr. Reuter has also held positions as Corporate Mechanical Engineer for Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Facilities Design Engineer for IBM Corporation. In these roles, Mr. Reuter was involved with implementation of energy conservation projects, as well as providing process piping and clean room designs for disk drive manufacturing operations.
Mr. Reuter is a registered Mechanical Professional Engineer, California Certificate No. M24527. He is an associate member – American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.
Mr. Reuter received a Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering degree, with honors from Valparaiso University.
Contact InformationRobert J. Reuter, Reuter Project Management, Inc.
11 Redwood Circle
Lafayette, CA 94549
- p 925-962-1951
- f 925-962-1465