skip to main content
Investor Portal

Chris Collins

Vice President of Construction & Development

Chris Collins is Vice President of Construction & Development at Summit Real Estate Group.

Chris joined the firm in 2017 bringing an array of experience including general contracting, estimating, and project execution/oversight on behalf of numerous owners. Before joining Summit Real Estate Group, Chris had been in various 3rd party consulting roles geared toward the strategic implementation of high-volume development rollout efforts for notable Fortune 500 flags. With Summit’s position in the marketplace as an owner/operator of real estate and a development services provider, Chris leads the firm’s construction efforts that range from tenant finish and capital improvement projects related to the firm’s owned assets, to the management and oversight of large-scale commercial development, re-development, and construction projects for the firm and its clients. In Chris’s recent tenure with Summit Real Estate Group, he has overseen more than $85 million dollars in under 3 years in new construction and re-development efforts for the firm.

Prior to joining Summit, Chris was Associate Vice President at Cushman & Wakefield. During his 6 years with the company, Chris served in various execution and leadership roles related to development and construction as a services provider and consultant to notable clients such as Edward Jones, Proctor & Gamble, Humana, and Chick-fil-a. During his time at Cushman & Wakefield, Chris was responsible for the opening of hundreds of retail and office locations for the clients he served.

Before Chris’s tenure at Cushman & Wakefield, he spent 4 years with Duggan Contracting Corporation, a midsize self-performing general contractor in the St. Louis Metro area, where he was an estimator and project manager assigned to large-scale commercial construction projects.

Chris is a graduate of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Christopher Collins