- Dallas US-TX
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Real Estate, Business, Management
Possessing more than two decades of experience directing development and construction initiatives for clients in the public and private sectors, Mages Group and Mages Real Estate President Scott Theeringer oversees a broad range of building projects. The Texas-based real estate industry professional has directed building projects for Fortune 500 clients, including Home Depot, Bank of America, Starbucks, and Wal-Mart. In his current position, Scott Theeringer revised Magnes Group business development and estimating procedures, resulting in a 1200 percent construction revenue increase over the course of one year. Spearheading an assortment of expansion efforts at Magnes Group, within twelve months Theeringer expanded fee-based revenues by 300 percent and hired almost 40 new employees. Overseeing the relocation of company headquarters, he established new standardized training procedures for operations team members and cultivated important service arrangements establishing the company as the lone commercial real estate source for oilfield services companies. Prior to his current position, Scott Theeringer served in a range of managerial roles at construction and financial companies. Formerly working as Vice President of Development and Construction at Rancho Cucamonga, California-based The Tritan Group, LLC, Theeringer established a new training program for sales staff, obtained contracts, and secured more than $100 million in mixed-use and commercial construction. Utilizing strategic market analysis and planning skills as Vice President of Development at Dallas/Fort Worth-based Club Systems, Inc., Theeringer grew the firm’s revenue by a projected 20 percent within 18 months. Additionally, Theeringer directed development and construction efforts of Los Angeles-based Construction Management Systems, working as Regional Real Estate and Construction Manager. Maintaining general contractor licensure issued by the State of California, Theeringer completed real estate school in Texas and California. He earned a degree in economics and finance from Santa Rosa College.