Cushman & Wakefield Adds 7 Appraisers to Detroit Team

Susan Shipman, Andrew Exline, Andrea Kujala, Joseph Calvaneso, John Hackmann, Ricardo Stewart and John Danielson are experts in commercial real estate valuation and consulting services.
Andrew Exline and Susan Shipman, Senior Directors, Cushman & Wakefield. Images courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield has expanded its Detroit staff the second time this year, having added seven new appraisers during the last round. Susan Shipman, Andrew Exline, Andrea Kujala, Joseph Calvaneso, John Hackmann, Ricardo Stewart and John Danielson are experts in commercial real estate valuation and consulting services and all of them have previously worked for Terzo & Bologna Inc.

Shipman and Exline, who are the new senior directors, bring nearly 45 years of cumulative experience to the office. Both of them were principals with Terzo & Bologna. During her career, Shipman also worked with Oetzel Hanton & Williams, Stout Risius Ross and the Gerald Alcock Co. Exline, who worked for almost 13 years for Terzo, has experience in almost all property types: vacant land, single and multifamily residential, subdivision and condominium developments, retail, restaurant, office, industrial and special use properties.

Kujala and Calvaneso, previously senior appraisers with Terzo, joined the company as directors. Hackmann and Stewart are the new associate directors while John Danielson, who has a background in commercial real estate and finance, serves as associate.

Detroit is a very important market to our firm and we’re excited to bring on high-performing professionals that align with Cushman & Wakefield’s culture,” said President John O’Neill in a prepared statement.

A few days ago, Cushman & Wakefield promoted Gian Rodriguez to the managing principal position in South Florida.