Carroll A. (Bo) Reddic, IV

 

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Executive Vice President,
Real Estate Operations


Carroll A. (Bo) Reddic, IV is the Executive Vice President for Real Estate Operations at Piedmont Office Realty Trust, Inc. His responsibilities include leading the company’s asset and property management divisions. Additionally, he provides oversight to the company’s construction management and tenant relationship functions. Mr. Reddic is a member of the company’s executive and investment committees.

At Wells Real Estate Funds, Mr. Reddic was a Managing Director in the Asset Management Department. He was responsible for supervising the firm’s asset management function in its Midwest and South regions. Additionally, he served in a deputy department head capacity. Also, Mr. Reddic was on the Board of Directors and membership chairman for Wells Real Estate Funds’ political action committee, Wells PAC.

Mr. Reddic has 18 years of institutional real estate experience. Prior to joining Wells Real Estate Funds in January 2005, Mr. Reddic was an Executive Director with Morgan Stanley (including the predecessor companies of The Yarmouth Group and Lend Lease Real Estate Investments) from February 1990 to December 31, 2004, where he served as portfolio manager for domestic commingled investment funds and international separate account portfolios. Prior to his portfolio manager responsibilities, he was a member of the Atlanta regional office working in various capacities including acquisitions, asset management, and dispositions. Mr. Reddic’s experience includes assets within the office, industrial, retail and hotel sectors managing the entire life cycle of assets. Additionally, Mr. Reddic has represented investor interests in a private REIT and numerous joint ventures. Prior to joining The Yarmouth Group, Mr. Reddic was employed at Laventhol & Horwath in its real estate consulting and appraisal division.

Mr. Reddic received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management and a Certificate in Industrial Psychology, with honors, from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of City Planning degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. While working on his graduate degree, Mr. Reddic was a graduate teaching assistant and a graduate research assistant at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in its Economic Development Laboratory (EDL). He is a member of the National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP), the Urban Land Institute (ULI), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and CoreNet Global. Additionally, Mr. Reddic is a Trustee of NAIOP-PAC and a member of the Advisory Board for the City and Regional Planning Program at Georgia Tech.

 

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