Dale is team leader of Healthcare and Life Sciences + Technology, while playing a key role on Browning’s industrial and higher-education industry teams. With a focus on delivering superior client attention and quality project results, Dale draws on 25 years of experience (10 years with Browning) in activities relative to acquisition, development, rehabilitation, management, leasing and sale of R&D, healthcare, industrial, office and retail properties. His responsibilities include site selection, project financing, financial analysis, building development, lease negotiations and asset management. Dale works closely with third-party investors and brokers and relishes large, challenging projects. Which may explain how he got the role of King Arthur in his high school musical.
Dale spent the first ten years of his career in the development and management of industrial properties with Scannell Properties and Horizons Real Estate Group, Inc. During this time, he developed large speculative distribution building and build-to-suit projects for clients such as FedEx, Owens Corning, RPS Ground, ITT Educational, and Apria Healthcare, as well as management and development of a two million square foot portfolio of speculative bulk-distribution properties in Plainfield, Indiana. His investment management experience during this time included the development and sale of properties totaling over $200 million.
Prior to joining Browning, Dale was Director of Real Estate for Kittle’s Home Furnishings Center, Inc., where he was responsible for over one million square feet of retail buildings owned by the company.
Dale obtained his BS in Finance from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Dale holds the prestigious Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. He also holds a Principal Broker real estate license with the State of Indiana. He is a member of the LifeTime Fitness cycling team and rides in many endurance cycling events throughout the Midwest. Dale is also a local advisory board member for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. With such a crowded resume is it any wonder one of his favorite songs is “Simple Man” by Lynyrd Skynyrd? (just don’t ask him to sing it.)