Tim Davies

Tim Davies joined Pavilion in January of 2017 as a Development Associate. A fourth-generation commercial developer, he manages budgets, coordinates due diligence, and works on project approval, among other special projects. Mr. Davies graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in Parks and Recreation Tourism Management.

Prior to joining Pavilion, Mr. Davies was an intern for Ballantyne Resort in Charlotte, North Carolina and IPTAY in Clemson, South Carolina. Mr. Davies is actively involved with Forest Hill Church, where he is a life group leader

Chris Orman

Mr. Orman joined Pavilion in April 2014 to assist with market planning, site selection, contract and lease negotiation, due diligence, design and project management. He now is a Development Manager operating from the Charleston, South Carolina office.

Mr. Orman is a 2009 Bachelor of Science Real Estate graduate of the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. He holds a minor in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management. Mr. Orman holds an active broker license in both South Carolina and Georgia. He is the active Broker-In-Charge of the South Carolina office.

Mr. Orman is married and has two young boys that keep him very occupied. He is an avid outdoorsman and can be found fishing and hunting when the time permits, and bringing his family along when possible. Chris is a member of the Palmetto Society and attends First Baptist Church.

Chris Davies

Mr. Davies joined Pavilion in February of 2014 as a Development Associate. Mr. Davies is a fourth generation Real Estate Developer.

Mr. Davies is a licensed real estate salesperson in South Carolina. His responsibilities include site selection, development management, project design and management, contract negotiation, local broker management, and special projects. He is a graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Business Management with an entrepreneurial emphasis.

Prior to joining Pavilion, Mr. Davies interned with Colliers International in Charleston, South Carolina, assisting in brokerage services.

Mr. Davies is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Kerri Porter

Ms. Porter joined Pavilion in January of 2006 and is responsible for property dispositions and managing acquisitions and as well as closing commercial loans. As Vice President of dispositions Ms. Porter manages all aspects of the property disposition process, managing and maintaining relations with leading national commercial brokerage companies, institutional commercial real estate buyers and high net worth investors across the United States. Prior to taking on management responsibilities for dispositions, Ms. Porter had operational oversight of Pavilion’s project management and reporting requirements, and managed diligence -related communications with leading national banks, brokers, buyers and sellers, as well as their respective professionals closing ov er $100 million in acquisition sales and construction loans. In addition to this, Ms. Porter has successfully managed the disposition closings of over 100 stores with an aggregate value of over $335 million.

Ms. Porter previously worked with Chartwell Properties where she handled a wide variety of accounting and management functions. Ms. Porter’s background includes commercial insurance underwriting working with Waterborne, an affiliate of Lloyds of London in the United Kingdom and Willis in South Carolina. Previously she worked as a production manager with a fabricator in the United Kingdom and a luxury products retailer in South Carolina.

Ms. Porter is a graduate of Furman University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. She holds a real estate broker’s license in North Carolina and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers .

George Sheild

Mr. Sheild graduated from Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA with a Bachelor of Arts in History degree in 1986 and became licensed in real estate in the State of North Carolina in 1989.

Mr. Sheild is experienced in the brokerage, leasing, acquisition, finance, development, construction and management of commercial property portfolios. He demonstrated individual success in developing, leasing and managing of retail and commercial properties. Mr. Sheild is also a seasoned manager and leader of staff and associates in retail property leasing, management, construction, and Development.

Mr. Sheild established retail brokerage at Atlantic Properties Inc., Charlotte NC from 1989 to 1991 after which he became the principal, Broker in Charge at Heiliger-Sheild Associates Inc. from 1991 to 2004. From 1998 to 2012 Mr. Sheild was manager-principal in commercial property projects which included credit national retailers and had a market value of $200 million. In the spring of 2012 Mr. Sheild joined Colliers International to establish its retail presence in Charlotte, NC.

Mr. Sheild was the Optimist International Distinguished President in 1999 and 2010 and also received an Optimist International Life Member Award in 2010.

With regard to community involvement, Mr. Sheild is a member (Vestryman) of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Charlotte, NC; Vice Chair of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission from 2002 to 2008; Co-Chair of Save Transit in 2007; member of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors from 2004 to 2007; member of Optimist International from 1991 to present; served on Board of the Chair of Residential Support Services from 1993 to 2003.

Mike Grace

Mr. Grace is a 1989 BA Economics graduate from Duke University and he is a licensed real estate broker in the States of North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Mr. Grace specializes in retail real estate with an emphasis in tenant representation and development services. With over 20 years of retail real estate experience, Mr. Grace has managed brokerage and build-to-suit development projects for multi-unit retail and medical roll out programs across 23 states. Such experience includes market planning, site selection, feasibility analysis, contract and lease negotiation, due diligence, design, permitting, and project management.

From 1999 to 2001 Mr. Grace managed retail build-to-suit and tenant representation accounts throughout the Southeast for The Keith Corporation in Charlotte, NC.

In 2005 Mr. Grace founded Grace Construction Services, a management and consulting company to manage retail tenant up-fits and remodels. From 2008 to 2009 Mr. Grace directed acquisition of properties for retail development for Centurion Partners in Cornelius, NC after which he owned and managed retail development and brokerage firm Grace Development Corp. in Charlotte, NC.

Additional experience includes landlord representation, land sales, multi-tenant, shadow anchor development and development consultation.

Mr. Grace is a member of International Council of Shopping Centers and the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors.

Andrew Davies

Since 2005, Mr. Davies has been responsible for business development and project management in multiple states with an emphasis on projects developed in the mid -Atlantic and northeastern states. He has been involved in the development of over $48 million in single tenant properties. Under Mr. Davies direction, Pavilion has experienced land cost savings for its clients of nearly $2.5 million.

Prior to joining Pavilion, Mr. Davies had 15 years of successful sales and marketing experience in the construction services business, marketing heavy construction equipment to major contractors and development companies for Caterpillar, Inc., a Fortune 500 company. Mr. Davies is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Mr. Davies is a third generation property developer and currently operates out of Pavilion’s Jacksonville, Florida office. He is a graduate of Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the College of Business and Behavioral Sciences.

Todd Carr

Mr. Carr has led the development in multiple states since 2003 with an emphasis on development in the Florida, Georgia, Texas, Virginia and Massachusetts markets. Mr. Carr, as a development Vice President, is responsible for handling all aspects of the deal process including site procurement, right to-build and construction administration. In his time at Pavilion, he has managed over 45 developments representing approximately $135 million in asset values. Mr. Carr’s direct efforts have resulted in nearly $8 million in land cost savings. He operates out of Pavilion’s Orlando, Florida office.

Mr. Carr’s experience as the leading regional manager for Bayer AG’s pharmaceutical division, a Fortune 500 company, has been beneficial to Pavilion in implementing internal processes and organizational structures that provide a strong platform for Pavilion program efficiencies and consistent client communication.

Mr. Carr is a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and earned his real estate license certification from the state of Florida. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Youth Ministries Institute, and serves on the Building Committee for First United Methodist Church in Orlando, where he was responsible for overseeing a $22 million facilities expansion project. He is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers .