David Verner Appointed Executive Vice President of Gresham Smith’s Industrial Market

March 26, 2019

Gresham Smith announces David Verner, RA, has been appointed Executive Vice President of the firm’s Industrial market. In leading the market, he will execute on a strategic vision and business plan for continued growth for the Industrial practice based on diversification of client types, service line expansion opportunities and overall commitment to quality and client satisfaction.

“Having worked with Dave at Gresham Smith for the last six years and witnessed the impact he has had on our Industrial practice, we are confident he will be successful in the EVP role,” said Chairman and CEO Al Pramuk. “Dave has a solid understanding of the connections between economic cycles, market sectors and investments which significantly impact our clients in the Industrial sector. Over the last several years, our Industrial market has experienced tremendous growth and success. Dave is committed to seeing our team continue to succeed while helping our clients achieve their goals and infusing a little fun into the day-to-day.”

“Our team at Gresham Smith shows true commitment to helping clients succeed and treating them, and the solutions we develop, as if their assets are our own,” Verner added. “I’m honored to take on this role and look forward to seeing our team continue to grow in reach and impact through technical expertise and the quality of our deliverables with a focus on personal and professional development for all of our Industrial team.”

Verner joined Gresham Smith in 2013 and most recently served as a Senior Vice President in the Industrial market. Throughout his tenure, he has been a strong contributor toward the growth and success of the practice. A strong advocate for the importance of civic and industry involvement, Verner has experience serving on the Board of Directors for the Nashville International Business Council as well as participation in the Southern Economic Development Council, Partnership 2020, and the Japan-American Society. He is a graduate of Auburn University where he earned a Bachelor or Architecture degree.