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Clayco’s CRG Hires VP of Development

Clayco division CRG hired Andy Perille as vice president of development. Perille will join the Chicago development team supporting CRG’s real estate activity throughout the Midwest and nationally. His role will include site selection and analysis, along with leadership of the planning, design and construction activities for ground-up and value add industrial assets.

“Andy enjoys great respect in the industry and brings strong design and construction thinking to our national development team” said Shawn Clark, president of CRG. “He’s exactly the kind of team player who will maximize the value of CRG’s integrated platform to delivery best in class facilities in Chicago and nationally.”

Prior to joining CRG, Perille served as VP, design & construction for Liberty Property Trust. In that role, he was responsible for site analysis of Liberty’s national industrial land and building acquisitions. Additionally, he managed the REIT’s Midwest market development projects.

Pictured: CRG’s downtown Chicago offices.

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