Tim Couch’s career in commercial real estate spans 25 years. Couch provides executive operational leadership to CBRE’s Healthcare Industry Vertical Group which was comprised of over 650 professionals serving 60 healthcare system clients across the country. The group’s service lines included facilities and project management of in-patient and out-patient care properties, medical office building property management and leasing and transaction management and consulting services.
As Senior Managing Director of Healthcare Account Operations, Couch works to build healthcare communities by utilizing existing account-based expertise to refine and socialize industry-specific capabilities and value propositions to achieve greater flexibility and consistency for clients.
From 2009 and 2011 Couch co-led the creation of a new service enterprise within the company, Distressed Asset Disposition. During the year 2010, the 70-person enterprise closed over $500 million of sales transactions on behalf of its primary client, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Prior to his stint in the distressed asset sector, Tim Couch had management oversight for some of CBRE’s largest corporate service relationships, including seven healthcare systems. Couch worked closely with account managers or Alliance Directors to drive performance on behalf of clients, employees, and shareholders. Couch’s accounts were consistently ranked in the top tier of the company for customer and employee satisfaction.
Between 2001 and 2005 Couch served as Alliance Director for the company’s full-service real estate relationship with Baylor Health Care System. The relationship encompasses more than 8 million square feet and an annual budget of over $200 million. During his tenure, the Baylor relationship consistently led the company in customer and employee satisfaction scores. In addition, Mr. Couch led Baylor’s initiative to monetize over 1.2 million square feet of medical office buildings.