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CEG in the Public Sector
 

Public Institutions

Because of Jeff's experience in the Army, CEG was sought out by the state and fast-tracked to become the first Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) brokerage in the Twin Cities. We have the credentials and certifications required to tap into the government listing and marketing network. That means the audience for our clients bridges the private and public sectors. With its classification of a SDVOSB, CEG not only provides expertise and first-class service, we also help companies and governmental organizations achieve their supplier diversity goals.

CEG has a long history of assisting in leases, buying and selling properties, and negotiating land deals. Through representation of the lessee or lessor during commercial space leasing, or the buyer or seller during property acquisitions, we have brokered deals for a variety of departments, facilities, school districts, and metro municipalities. Because of our persistence, dedication, and understanding of federal, GSA, or USDA leasing and requirements, we have an award-winning track record.

Public deals can be complex, and we know what it takes to get the deal done. We understand the requirements necessary for a public organization to complete a deal. That’s a benefit to owners and landlords as well as governmental agencies.

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WHAT CLIENTS THINK

"Jeff worked diligently to find a space that met our specific needs in the right location. He showed our team many options and helped us imagine how each could work for our vision. He negotiated a deal that fit perfectly for our public organization and referred reputable businesses to build out and equip the space.

 

It was great to have Jeff on our team. He was patient as he walked us through the leasing process, understood the requirements necessary for a public organization, and made sure we got the best deal possible."

Keith Lester

Former WMEP Superintendent

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