Cushman & Wakefield

About Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services, helping clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firm’s 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries provides deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world.

Key Facts

Established: 1917
Employees: Unknown
Type: Real Estate & Development
Markets: Unknown
Headquarters: Chicago IL
Sectors: Unknown
Total Revenue: Unknown
Affiliated Companies: Unknown

Why Cushman & Wakefield is a Great Place to Work

A Cushman & Wakefield team is actually different – we really try and bring together our experienced professionals from client markets as well as from other sectors, where we leverage their knowledge and most importantly their insight for our client’s benefit. Our culture is particularly open and friendly – and it’s the way we partner with clients, and genuinely want to be working as a team. 

What kinds of professionals do they hire?

Our cross-functional teams provide you with direct access to the most highly qualified, trained professionals in the industry, with specialized expertise in various areas of Facilities Management including Mission Critical Operations, Budgeting & Financial Management, Sustainability Programs, Energy Management and Procurement.

Can you describe their business? 

Facilities Management is a core business of C&W. We provide these services globally, for all industries and asset types, through more than 5,000 professionals and onsite employees. Our total management portfolio exceeds 800 million sf. Our clients include some of the world’s most prominent businesses and organizations, such as: Adobe, Alcatel Lucent, Bank of America, Bank of New York/Mellon, Bradesco, eBay, Ford Foundation, Entergy, Itau-Unibanco, JPMorgan Chase, Kraft, MasterCard, MetLife, National Australia Group Europe, Nokia, Prudential, Santander, Symantec, Thomson Reuters, United Technologies, UBS, Wal-Mart, and WellPoint.

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