Harsch AVP of Construction & Maintenance Mandi Thorn Receives NAIOP’s Developing Leaders Award
Oct. 22, 2015

TORONTONAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has recognized Mandi Thorn, assistant vice president-construction and maintenance, Harsch Investment Properties, with its 2015 Developing Leaders Award.

“We are proud to recognize Mandi Thorn for her exceptional achievements and leadership in NAIOP, her community and the industry,” said Thomas J. Bisacquino, president and CEO of NAIOP. “Her drive and innovative approach to emerging trends and economic opportunities will position the industry for success both now and in the future.”

Thorn has more than 14 years of experience in commercial, industrial and retail development and construction. As assistant vice president-construction and maintenance for Harsch Investment Properties, she oversees the development and construction of Harsch's 8 million square foot portfolio in the Las Vegas region.

One of 15 individuals to receive NAIOP’s coveted award this year, Thorn was honored before hundreds of industry colleagues at an awards ceremony on Wednesday, October 14, at NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Conference 2015 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Established in 2006, the Developing Leaders Award has been given to rising industry professionals from across NAIOP’s chapter network in all sectors of commercial real estate. Recipients are professionals under the age of 35 who have distinguished themselves among their colleagues and show great promise as future industry leaders.



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