Lauren Talley

Sr. Director, Project & Development Services • United States

Lauren Talley St. Louis Project Management

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Lauren Talley

Sr. Director, Project & Development Services • United States

Lauren is a Vice President of Construction for Cushman & Wakefield, based out of St. Louis. In this role, she is responsible for handling all of the construction management work from start to finish. Lauren has over 13 years of Construction Management experience with project work including Commercial Office, High-Rise Office, Retail, Industrial, Manufacturing, Medical Office, Historic Renovation and Residential Construction. She excels at client relationships, tracking project cost and schedules to ensure projected project delivery. Lauren serves a wide varied of clients ranging from fortune 500 companies to family owned businesses.

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Lauren as a project manager for several large General Contracting firms in the St. Louis Area. Lauren graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelor of science in Construction Management and Real Estate degree.

  • Centene Corporation
  • LNR Realty Partners
  • Board of Public Service (St. Louis City Government)
  • Lodging Hospitality Management
  • Exeter
  • Balfour Pacific
  • Ameren St. Louis
  • Archdiocese of St. Louis
  • MasterCard
  • JP Morgan
  • Pfizer Inc.

  • Centene Corporation Headquarter Construction (CM), Clayton, MO – 700+ Million
  • Pfizer Inc, Corporate Office and Laboratory, Chesterfield, MO – 250 Million
  • Ameren Landfill Gas to Energy Power Plant, St. Louis, MO - 40 Million
  • Wellbridge Athletic Facility, Clayton, MO – 10 Million
  • Northwestern Mutual, Creve Coeur, MO – 1.5 Million
  • MasterCard Campus upgrades, O’Fallon, MO – 3 Million
  • Aclara, Westport Plaza, MO – 2 Million
  • Cushman & Wakefield Corporate Campus, Chesterfield, MO – 5 Million
  • PGAV, St. Louis, MO – 2 Million
  • 600 Washington Ave, High Rise Lobby, St. Louis, MO – 2 Million
  • Board of Public Service (St. Louis City) Municipal Court and Govt. Office, St. Louis, MO – 10 Million
  • 816 Medical Office Building (shell and interior), Kirkwood, MO – 5 Million
  • Clifton Larson Allen Tenant Finish, St. Louis, MO – 2 Million

  • St. Louis Business Journal Building St. Louis Awards - Habitat for Humanity Headquarters & ReStor -  Renovation or Conversion project less than $5 million, 2019
  • CREW award - Economic Impact Award, 2019
  • St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers Best Practices Award - Habitat for Humanity Headquarters & ReStore, 2019
  • Keystone Award - Finalist for Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis Headquarters & ReStore, 2018
  • St. Louis Business Journal, “40 under 40” class of 2017
  • LEED Accredited Professional, 2009
  • MS Corporate Achiever, 2010
  • Engineering News Record – Project Winner (600 Washington Lobby) - 2010
  • Keystone Award – Project Winner (600 Washington Lobby) - 2010

The Cushman and Wakefield team in St. Louis possesses expertise in all required fields.  With diverse backgrounds our team is able to provide knowledge in the following required scopes of work for our valued clients:

  • Design
  • Value engineering
  • Industrial
  • Commercial office (low and high rise)
  • Retail
  • Civil
  • Tenant Improvement (new build and renovations)
  • Historic renovations
  • Roofing
  • Move management
  • Furniture selection and procurement
  • Vendor and consultant management
  • Cost Control
  • Schedule Adherence

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