Roger Stauback/co$

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Postby dito smith » Sat Jun 14, 2008 5:52 pm

Scientology hires Staubach Co. to shepherd $45M revival
CLEARWATER -- The Church of Scientology -- the largest downtown property owner -- expects to begin work on the interior of its world spiritual headquarters almost 10 years after it first began construction of the building.

The organization has hired Staubach Co., an international construction management firm founded by former NFL star Roger Staubach, to oversee the $45 million interior design of the six-story Mediterranean Revival building.

The church hasn't yet hired a general contractor, but work on the 380,000-square-foot building, which takes up a city block, will begin in late summer, said Lisa Mansell, the church's downtown relations director.
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Dose Roger Staubach know what he is getting in to??????
Has anyone checked the completion list for him?
Has anyone seen the bridge

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Postby brownjedi » Sat Jun 14, 2008 8:30 pm

I hope that they do not have Roger as a member and that he gets his money up front.

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Postby oyster » Tue Jun 17, 2008 4:50 am

I say that in 10 years they will still not be completed, and that Stauback backs out.

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Postby AnonMomAnon » Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:41 am

so. the cult will be renovating ft. homicide at the same time they're going to start back up on the mecca building?

thru my contacts, i have heard that SKANSKA will not be coming back onto the mecca bldg. jobsite. SKANSKA is a reputable company and refused to go along with the cult working their slave labor teens. the cult did find a contractor from california called NOVA to reno oak cove. NOVA lets the cult do whatever they want. that's why NOVA got the reno for the ft. harrison. NOVA would love to be the contractor for the mecca building, but NOVA does not have the experience to finish out that job.

they're saying it's going to cost $45 million to finish the interior of the mecca building? that's not the number they're throwing out at the engineers and designers they're working with right now. the number they are giving those insiders is $75 million.

the cult is literally throwing millions of dollars at design engineers and ex-Disney robotics and holographic designers.

blubtard's first little boat is supposed to be put on display on the first floor...sitting on water hooked-up to hydraulics with a screen behind it to make the sun rise and set on real time.

there is a full-basement underneath with a kitchen and dining area that will seat 1,500.

on one of the upper floors will be a track for people to run. hoooboy. we can just imagine what they're going to do with that.

the four towers that you see sitting sitting above the roof on each corner? we've heard those are purification rundown rooms.

will the cult be culling more third-world country teenagers to work the mecca building since they're already using the slaves they've got over at the ft. harrison?

this cult cannot fall soon enough for me.


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Postby brownjedi » Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:48 pm

I imagine that untrained teens or teens in general at a work site like these would have the good people in OSHA wearing out pencils and paper writing up fines for the cult, so I hope anybody with OSHA contact will let them know when and how their regulations are being violated by the cult.

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Postby Benny's Friend » Wed Jun 18, 2008 5:24 pm

Tuesday, June 17, 2008 - 11:31 AM EDT
Jones Lang LaSalle to buy Staubach for up to $727M

The long-rumored merger between Jones Lang LaSalle and the Staubach Co. is official.

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. (NYSE: JLL) announced the merger, valued at up to $727 million, after the stock market closed Monday. The combined commercial real estate services company will operate under the Jones Lang LaSalle brand.

Both companies have downtown Baltimore operations. Dallas-based Staubach reported five local brokers in March, according to Baltimore Business Journal research. Jones Lang LaSalle has 80 employees in its downtown Baltimore office -- both in investment and brokerage capacities.

It was unclear how the merger will affect the local offices.

Jones Lang LaSalle will pay $613 million -- with $123 million in cash and $100 million in stock paid at the transaction close and the balance paid out in cash over five years -- for all of the outstanding capital stock of Staubach Holdings Inc. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter subject to regulatory approval.

The agreement also calls for potential performance-based payments of up to $114 million over a period of up to approximately 4.5 years after the closing.

Jones Lang LaSalle's 2007 global revenue was $2.7 billion.

The deal marks the 28th acquisition for Jones Lang LaSalle since 2006. In late 2005, it bought Spaulding & Slye, a Boston-based company with a large Washington, D.C., office, for $150 million in cash. The companies had a relatively smooth transition, but Spaulding & Slye was much smaller than Staubach, which has 1,600 employees in 70 offices and completed $28 billion in transactions in the fiscal year that ended in June 2007, according to the release.

"The Staubach Co. is recognized for exceptional tenant representation expertise and is a leading presence in markets throughout the United States. We are delighted that they have decided to join our company," said Colin Dyer, chief executive officer of Jones Lang LaSalle.

Roger Staubach, the former Dallas Cowboys star who founded Staubach 31 years ago, will join the Jones Lang LaSalle board and will serve in the new role of executive chairman of the Americas. Greg O'Brien, Staubach's CEO based out of the D.C. office, will be the CEO of brokerage for the Americas, leading the newly created business that will set strategic direction in tenant representation and agency leasing.


http://baltimore.bizjournals.com/baltim ... ily15.html
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Postby brownjedi » Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:31 pm

Good find BF. I hope that this real navy officer does not get duped by the cult founded by the fake naval hero.

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Postby AnonMomAnon » Thu Jun 19, 2008 2:57 am

brownjedi wrote:I imagine that untrained teens or teens in general at a work site like these would have the good people in OSHA wearing out pencils and paper writing up fines for the cult, so I hope anybody with OSHA contact will let them know when and how their regulations are being violated by the cult.


ahhh, this is the beauty of our government and how it works and how the cult works the system.

OSHA cannot just walk onto a jobsite. they have to give warning unless there has been a major accident. the cult of the pretty buildings just hides the teens when OSHA shows up. even if you turn the cult or the contractor in for an infraction, OSHA has to give advanced warning that they're going to show up.

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Postby brownjedi » Thu Jun 19, 2008 5:25 pm

Then we need to get video of these teens working and hand that over to some ambitious local newsperson.

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Postby AnonMomAnon » Thu Jun 19, 2008 8:22 pm

brownjedi wrote:Then we need to get video of these teens working and hand that over to some ambitious local newsperson.


you'd have to get hired by the general contractor or by one of the sub-contractors working on a cult constrution site. you are watched constantly by the cult and they even forbid camera phones on the jobsite. you'd have to have some sort of spy camera to even take a picture. and you would not want to get caught taking a picture or a vid on one of their construction sites.

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Postby red » Sun Jul 06, 2008 10:00 pm

This is old news (press release is dated late November 2005), but it's related.

http://www.staubach.com/aboutstaubach/m ... cle_ID=857


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