Corey Boock, Brandon Davis and Brad Kuhn Recognized as “2024 Visionaries” in Commercial Real Estate

Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing

Corey Boock, Brandon Davis and Brad Kuhn were recognized as visionaries by Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing in its 2024 Commercial Real Estate report. The report highlights professionals working in the industry who have “demonstrated strong leadership in their respective sectors to steer their companies on a path toward sustained growth while also being prominent members within the community.”

Corey Boock is highlighted for his experience in “public-private partnerships (P3s), with more than 30 years of experience in structuring and negotiating innovative deals across transportation, social infrastructure and water sectors.” He is noted for playing “key roles in landmark projects like the $1.18-billion East End Crossing (now Lewis and Clark Bridge) and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Potrero Yards Modernization” and for having his influence extend “to states like Michigan and Indiana, where he spearheaded significant initiatives such as the I-75 Modernization Project and the East End Crossing.”

Brandon Davis is lauded for “specializing in alternative delivery projects and focusing on large design-build and public-private partnership (P3) projects.” The Times continues by saying he contributed to “groundbreaking initiatives including multiple transportation projects” and “played a pivotal role in establishing design-build and P3 programs in several states…including guiding major transportation projects such as the Los Angeles World Airports’ Automated People Mover (APM) and Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility (ConRAC).”

Brad Kuhn is recognized for his role as “chair of Nossaman’s Eminent Domain & Valuation Group” and for being a “renowned figure in real estate, eminent domain and land use law with nearly two decades of experience.” Additionally, the publication highlights that Brad has “handled more than $30 billion in development and infrastructure projects” and that his “notable representations include major utilities like Southern California Edison and California Water Service Company, as well as public agencies like the San Diego Association of Governments and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.”

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