Stiles Tenant Project Management bridges the gap between development, leasing, property management, construction & design. With one of the most experienced tenant improvement teams in the southeast, we provide a full range of tenant improvement services from start to finish for both large and small firms.
As an industry leader in this area, we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your project is completed successfully and timely. In addition to our full range of award-winning services, Stiles' Tenant Project Management team creates sustainable workplace environments that enhance our clients' organizational performance and support their staff needs, on time and within budget.
Benefits of hiring Stiles for your Tenant Project Management:
We target your goals.
We leverage consultant, vendor, domain and expertise.
We eliminate wasted time and expedite occupancy.
We save company manpower and money, and allow you to stay focused on your core business.
Creating Environments that Work
Bidding and Awarding
We scrutinize every aspect of the proposal through competitive bidding. With one of the prestigious construction teams in the state, we believe in using the highest quality products and will deliver a product far superior to our competition.
We understand that it is important to remain connected. Constant job site supervision, in-depth communication and contact is delivered to our clients during all phases of construction.
Planning and Budgeting
We assemble a team of design professionals, including architects, engineers, contractors, permit processors and vendors, who are best-suited for your project. We have exceptional relationships with our design professionals that have been cultivated over a 35-year period, and in-depth experience with current building codes and agencies for the entire South Florida market.
Stiles Property Management, a division of Fort Lauderdale-based full-service real estate firm Stiles, announced today the company and Bank of America Plaza at Las Olas City Centre (LOCC) have outperformed the Kingsley Index and improved from the prior read more