Andrew Laing

 
Senior Managing Director

550 South Tryon Street, Suite 3400

Charlotte, NC 28202

F: 704-347-0793
C: 704-577-0120

Professional Expertise

As the Regional Market Leader of Project and Development Services, Andrew is responsible for the leadership, growth and vitality of Cushman & Wakefield’s Project and Development Services team. Andrew’s passion sets the tone for an energetic and successful environment that directly impacts the success of all projects. He works diligently to ensure client projects are delivered on time and on budget by consistently collaborating with all service lines involved throughout the life of the project. Andrew leads, leverages best practices and provides expertise on projects while simultaneously driving and strengthening business relationships and ensuring the highest quality of service. 

Andrew sits on the PDS Executive Committee of Cushman & Wakefield Americas. In this role he helps lead and direct the entire Cushman & Wakefield Americas PDS practice. 

Major Transactions

• Babcock & Wilcox – 45,000 SF
• BioAgiltytix Labs – 27,000 SF
• Clarkston Consulting – 25,000 SF
• Doosan – 53,000 SF
• INVISTA – 25,000 SF
• First Citizens Bank – 580,000 SF
• Mergent – 45,000 SF
• Nucor – 50,000 SF
• RGA – 400,000 SF
• Salix Pharmaceuticals – 62,000 SF
• Sunbelt Rentals – 65,000 SF
• Valspar – 30,000 SF
• Veritas Collaborative – 30,000 SF

Professional Recognition

Project and Development Services National Award, 2013

PDS National Executive Committee

Education

Certificate in Construction Management, University of California Berkeley

Post-graduate business program at UVA, McIntire Business Institute

B.A., History, University of Virginia

Areas of Specialization

Project and Development Services

Professional Affiliations

North Carolina Broker License

LEED® AP, New Construction

Certificate of Construction Management

USGBC Charlotte Chapter, Board Member 2012 – 2013; Chair Sponsorship Committee 2008 & 2009

SIOR of the Carolinas Annual Meeting, Speaker, Topic: LEED & Sustainability, 2011