Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718046158. Segall has overall responsibility for Versa Capital and its investment strategies including forest investment management llc and supervision of the investment and portfolio management activities of the firm and its affiliated investment funds. He has led Versa and its predecessors since their founding in 1992.
He has been engaged in executing and investing in business turnarounds, restructurings, reorganizations and other Special Situations across a wide variety of industries and circumstances for more than 25 years, and he is actively involved in overseeing all of Versa’s investments. You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. Greenfire Management Services is a native american-owned construction management, owner representation and property management firm. Greenfire is wholly owned by the Forest County Potawatomi. Greenfire Management Services is a construction management, owner representation and property management company located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Wholly-owned by the Forest County Potawatomi, Greenfire maintains minority contractor status.
As a Construction Manager, Greenfire acts as an extension of the owner’s team from the early project conceptual planning through project completion. Our employees bring decades of experience in preconstruction and construction management in all types of projects. The efforts of all of our project team members are skillfully coordinated and managed so that the project budget, schedule and quality are on track at all times. As the third-largest minority-owned business in the Milwaukee area, Greenfire Management Services LLC is dedicated to helping other minority-owned businesses achieve their own growth. We manage land on behalf of investors and forestland owners to enhance forest health and productivity, and to produce a diverse array of forest products and services including timber, biomass, carbon, and improved habitat and water quality. EFM seeks to capture a wide array of funding sources — New Market Tax Credits, carbon credits, conservation easements, and restoration funding — to supplement private capital resources in the acquisition and management of forestland. We also believe that creating reliable jobs for local residents and opportunities for local communities are a fundamental element of good forestry.