Albert Livingston, National Director of Asset Management, joined the Investment Manager in 2013 and is responsible for maximizing the value, through oversight of asset management, of TerraCap’s portfolio. Mr. Livingston is responsible for establishing management operations in expansion markets and provides support to the acquisition team’s efforts. Mr. Livingston has over 20 years’ experience in acquisitions, financing, development, redevelopment, land entitlement, design, permitting, asset management, and dispositions of commercial real estate throughout the Southeast and Midwest. In this capacity, Mr. Livingston has managed in excess of $3 billion in acquisitions and dispositions, and over 10 million square feet of ground up development and redevelopment. Mr. Livingston developed a foundation in real estate as a civil/environmental engineer and has worked for a variety of domestic and international private equity and institutional investment groups, including Daniel Corporation, Taurus Investment Holdings, and HDG Mansur. Mr. Livingston holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University (May 1995) and a Master’s in Real Estate Finance from the University of Florida (August 2000). Additionally, he is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designee (October 2002), a licensed professional engineer (May 2001), a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) (August 2006), a licensed realtor in the State of Florida. Mr. Livingston has taught several courses at the University of Central Florida and the University of Alabama as an adjunct professor, and is on the Editorial Review Board for the Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine.