Rob Andrews plays an integral role in financial modeling for Trammell Crow’s Denver Business Unit. Rob’s involvement with preparation of each project’s financial models during the due diligence phase is critical. This in turn develops into draw preparation, cost variance analysis, lien release and insurance tracking, forecasting and coordination of all accounting aspects of each project through its completion.
Rob joined the Trammell Crow Company in May, 1990 as an accountant with initial responsibility for financial statement preparation for a number of TCC entities and later assumed management responsibility for an accounting staff responsible for the preparation of monthly operating reports to a wide variety of publically and privately held institutional owners in variable formats using several accounting software. In 2002, Rob joined the development group as a financial analyst and liaison with the corporate accounting group. On the front end of a project, Rob is involved with financial modeling, underwriting and budgeting processes. During the execution phase of a project, this focus changes to submittal of funding requests, job cost tracking, budget variance analysis, and forecasting.
Recent projects Rob has been involved with on the execution phase include the $500M Denver Union Station project with responsibility for coordination of draw requests on two Department of Transportation loans and several state and federally funded grants, along with accounting and job cost tracking in coordination with the accounting staff at RTD. In addition, Rob prepared the draws on the $110M DaVita Headquarters project using TCC’s in-house draw/job cost tracking module.
Prior to joining TCC, Rob’s work experience includes six years at two Denver real estate companies, the Bill L. Walters Companies and the Broe Companies, performing a variety of accounting duties.
Education & Credentials
- Indiana University – Bachelor of Arts, Accounting
Passed CPA Exam