Robert A. Roth

PROFESSIONAL
Commander Robert Roth is the Director of Corporate Real Estate for the PMI Mortgage Insurance Co., whose holdings included approximately 30 offices around the world.  He is responsible for all financial and operations management, lease negotiations and broker relations, site selection, office design, tenant improvement construction, furniture layout and procurement, relocations, lease administration, maintenance, security and tenant relations. 

Commander Roth directed the search for the PMI’s present headquarters in Walnut Creek, California.  He negotiated the purchase and sales contract, oversaw the construction of the 200,000 sq. ft. project and supervised all the tenant improvements costing over $18 million.  He has implemented a number of cost-saving and “green” business initiatives, including installing the largest solar electric system on a commercial office building in San Francisco’s greater East Bay area.

Earlier in his career, Commander Roth served as a U.S. Navy Supply Corps Officer, including a term as Logistics Officer and Supervisor in Operation Desert Storm (1990-91).  He retired from the U.S. Naval Reserve with the rank of Commander in 2002.

EDUCATION
*BS, Business Administration (Real Estate focus), San Jose State University

 MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS | AWARDS & HONORS
*Member, Buck Advisory Council, The Buck Institute for Research on Aging
*Awarded U.S. Navy Joint Service Commendation Medal
*Won first annual Sustainable Contra Costa award, in conjunction with PMI
*California Real Estate Broker License, #00547624
*Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate Designation
*Master of Corporate Real Estate Designation
*Member of CoreNet Global
*Certified Property Manager Designation, IREM
*Member of Building, Owners and Managers Association
*Board Member of the Contra Costa Centre Area Municipal Advisory Council
*Past President and Board Member of the Contra Costa Centre Association
*Past President of the Ellis Lake Homeowners Association

 

Share:
Change text size:
smaller

default

bigger