ULI Utah CCIM & CREW: A New Frontier- A Virtual Power Plant

When

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
11:30am - 1:00pm MST

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until December 8 Members Non-Members
Private FREE FREE
Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE FREE
Retired FREE N/A
Student FREE FREE
Under Age 35 FREE FREE

Join us December 8th 11:30-1:00 for a joint event with ULI Utah, CREW & CCIM.

A presentation from Wasatch Commercial/John Dahlstrom, Rocky Mountain Power/Shawn Grant and Colliers/Brandon Fugal. Get a glimpse of the Soleil renewable energy project. An eco-friendly multifamily development. An on-site energy and battery storage project utilizing clean solar energy from each of their perspectives. First, how did it start, how did it come together and how is it doing now.
Following the presentation we will meet in small groups to network and make new connections. 

Speakers

Speaker

John Dahlstrom

Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Wasatch Commercial Management

JOHN DAHLSTROM EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL COUNSEL John Dahlstrom began working with Wasatch in May 2001, and oversees leasing, acquisition, and development of commercial properties managed by Wasatch and owned by Wasatch-affiliated entities. Before joining Wasatch, Mr. Dahlstrom practiced law in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is a member of the Executive Board and Board of Governors of the Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Downtown Alliance in Salt Lake City, a trustee of the Gallivan Center Board, a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Utah Hospital Foundation, a current member and the past Chair of the National Advisory Committee of the University of Utah’s Honor College, a former member of the Utah Heritage Foundation’s Board of Directors (2008 – 2012), and has served on the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority for Salt Lake County (1997 – 2007). Mr. Dahlstrom has led many notable acquisition and development projects for Wasatch. These include high-rise office building acquisitions in Salt Lake City of the Wells Fargo Center (2001), the Ken Garff Building (2003), the City Centre Building (2006), and the Broadway Media Center (2008). New development projects in downtown Salt Lake City include the Questar Center (2012) and 222 South Main Street (2007) with former partner Hamilton Partners. He has also led the development of several retail projects including Academy Square in North Logan, Utah (2005), redevelopment of the Canyon Rim Shopping Center in Holladay, Utah (2011), acquisition and redevelopment of The Shoppes at Bountiful Plaza in Bountiful, Utah (2014) and The Village Shoppes at Day Dairy in Draper, Utah (2016). Mr. Dahlstrom obtained a bachelor’s degree from the School of Finance at University of Utah in 1984, and minored in French. He received a Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah in 1988 and serves as an active member of the Utah State Bar.

Speaker

Shawn Grant

PacifiCorp

Shawn Grant has been employed with PacifiCorp since 2006 and has worked in various roles within the energy industry for over 25 years. His current position is Senior Customer Solutions Program Manager for Rocky Mountain Power and has responsibility for behavior based energy efficiency, electric vehicles, agricultural load management, and residential load management programs

Speaker

Brandon Fugal

Chairman, Colliers International

Brandon Fugal, Chairman, Colliers Int. Brandon Fugal is a prominent business leader, recognized as a market leader nationwide and as the previous EY Entrepreneur of the Year – Western Region. Before merging with Colliers International, Brandon was co-founder and owner of Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors, where his leadership was critical to the firm being recognized for 14 years in a row as the number one office internationally for the Coldwell Banker Commercial brand (out of 220 offices), and where he was recognized as the #1 agent globally for many years. Currently, Colliers International is the number one commercial real estate firm in the Intermountain West. Brandon was recently named CCIM Utah Agent of the Year and 2019 Office Broker of the Year, for which he has been recognized for the majority of the past decade. During the past 12 months alone, Brandon leased over 1.6 million square feet, negotiating over 150 major transactions (including numerous building and land sale transactions). As the only professional to truly bridge and dominate the office market in every county along the Wasatch Front, Brandon has developed unmatched market intelligence — delivering bottom-line results for hundreds of clients. Brandon has developed a sterling reputation as a trusted advisor and business infrastructure expert on a national, regional and localized basis. Recognized as an authority in business, he has been interviewed and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Money Magazine, Real Estate Forum, Commercial Property News, Real Estate Executive Magazine and Utah Business. Brandon was also featured nationally as one of Real Estate Forum’s Top 40 under Forty and a Top National Dealmaker. Memberships & Involvements · Utah Valley University Foundation Board · Utah National Parks Council Executive Board · Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce Board (and co-chair of the Executive Roundtable) · Womens Leadership Institute Board · Cypher Corporation, Board member and Co-founder · Axcend Corporation, Board Member and Co-founder · Ancient Historical Research Foundation (AHRF)