CTRRCloquet Terminal Railroad
CTRRCustomer Trouble Report Rate (various states)
CTRRCenter for Tissue Regeneration and Repair
CTRRCabot Trail Relay Race (Canada)
CTRRCipher Text Receiver Ready
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He develops presentations and analyses, using a proprietary CTRR formula, to present data to clients in an understandable and compelling manner so that clients appreciate the true costs, liabilities and opportunities of competing options.
He has worked with Marisa Manley and CTRR for 15 years.
Serving tenants exclusively, CTRR has handled real estate transactions involving over 10 million square feet of space and $3 billion of obligations, a majority of which have come under Cleator's scrutiny and analysis.
CTRR's clients include some of the biggest names in commerce, including AT&T, IBM, Turner Broadcasting, Reuters, United Parcel Service, and others, and the firm also serves rapidly growing middle market firms, and has special expertise in technically complex transactions including medical, broadcasting and laboratory facilities.
Staying with clients from before their projects begin to long after the move-in date, CTRR works with them to strategize business needs, determine the best platform and venue for those needs--and, most importantly, provide the negotiating teeth to get the best value in those deals.
"The CTRR Rentable Area Report--Downtown New York 2008" reveals that 16 out of 50--or 32%--of randomly selected downtown buildings had experienced a growth in building size of more than 5%, even though there was no evidence of physical changes to the structure themselves.
"It's as if you renew a lease on a one-bedroom apartment, and all of a sudden you are paying rent for a three-bedroom space," said Marisa Manley, president of CTRR.
CTRR prepared the study by analyzing data taken from Office Buildings, published annually by Yale Robbins, Inc.
For a copy of the report email requests to ralpert@ ctrr.net
"The panel discussion was timely and informative," says Manley, president of CTRR. "Not only did we get a sense of the risks facing corporations today, but we also heard about techniques for minimizing that risk and the financial liability that comes with it."