WAREHAM – Kevin Phelan of Colliers International, a real estate professional with more than four decades of experience in the Boston/New England market, was elected to the A.D. Makepeace Company Board of Directors at the annual shareholders’ meeting earlier this month.
Mr. Phelan is co-chairman of the Colliers’ Boston office, which provides brokerage, development and consulting services, valuation and advisory services, capital markets, and real estate management services to a broad range of clients.
He joined the firm in 1978 to create the Capital Markets group, which is now one of the largest in the region. He was appointed president in 2007 and then co-chairman in 2010. Over the course of his career, Mr. Phelan has been involved in several billion dollars in financings across the United States, representing all property types.
The A.D. Makepeace Company Board of Directors is chaired by real estate investor Robert S. Karam of Fall River, principal of Karam Financial Group and former Chair of the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees. The Board oversees the company’s diverse activities including development of Redbrook in Plymouth and Rosebrook in Wareham; producing the world’s largest cranberry crop; and designing and producing a variety of engineered soils.
Other board members are Abigail Gilmore Anderson, Richard Canning, James “Jeff” Crowley, Samuel Makepeace Coxe, Christopher Makepeace, Eric Strand, and company President/CEO Michael P. Hogan.
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