Siegel-Gallagher named to Inc. magazine 5,000 list

Milwaukee-based Siegel-Gallagher has been informed that it will be on the Inc. magazine 5,000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the nation.

Milwaukee-based Siegel-Gallagher Management Company has been informed that it will be on the Inc. magazine 5,000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the nation. The list will be published by Inc. later this month. Siegel-Gallagher’s revenue has grown about 35 percent during the last year, said president David Behnke. In addition, the company has added 18 employees during the last year, bringing total employment up to 52. "(The company’s growth) is because of two things," Behnke said. "The quality of the people we have and all of the infrastructure and training and procedures we have put in place over the years. That combination has resulted in a superior management product. People are noticing and we’re getting more clients. We’re trying to set ourselves apart from the competition. It’s all about the people."

Siegel-Gallagher Inc. and Siegel-Gallagher Management Company provides commercial real estate brokerage, property management and construction services. The construction division was added three years ago. The breadth of services allows Siegel-Gallagher to assist building owners in the purchase, leasing, remodeling, management and sale of their buildings. The construction division has done build-outs for several interior office spaces, including more than 100,000 square feet at Summit Place in West Allis. "That whole division is taking off," said Behnke.

The company has added several buildings to its brokerage and management portfolio during the last six months including 250 Plaza, the West Allis Center, airport atrium. It is now providing management for the Blatz Condominiums in Milwaukee and Metropolitan Place Condominiums in Madison.
Another change at Siegel-Gallagher occurred at the beginning of the year when executive vice president John Matheson became a principal with the firm.

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