Executive Vice President – Colliers International, Nevada
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Scott Gragson is the Executive Vice President of the Las Vegas Land Division with Colliers International, the third largest commercial real estate firm in the world, a position he has held since joining the company in 1997. As a second generation land professional in Las Vegas, Mr. Gragson has a vast wealth of knowledge and contacts in the local marketplace. With over 25 years of Commercial Real Estate expertise Gragson has sold over a $1,000,000,000 in land transaction in his career. His specialty is vacant land acquisition and disposition as well as the assemblage of land parcels. His has also been tasked as a site-selection specialist for many local and national companies. In addition, Mr. Gragson has amassed a portfolio of over 4,000 acre in the State of Nevada as managing member of GKT Acquisitions.
BUSINESS AND EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
A native of Las Vegas, Scott graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1989 with a degree in Business Administration with an
emphasis in Marketing. Scott is active in the local Chapter of NAIOP and the Urban Land Institute and a founding Board of Director of Bank of Las Vegas where he was also on the Loan Committee. Mr. Gragson has most recently been asked to serve on the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development “Familiarization Tour” Committee that is tasked with working with industry site selection consultant to help them become more familiar with the Southern Nevada so that they can recommend new companies to relocate to Nevada.
Scott currently sits on the Board of Director’s for Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada and is a Founder of Camp Firefly (a camp for children afflicted with cancer and their siblings). Scott serves on the Boy Scouts Invitational Golf Committee and the board of directors for Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Foundation, Hope for Prisoners and the Nevada Power Citizens Advisory Panel. He is also an active supporter of the Links for Life Foundation. In recent years he has served on the Board for Bank of Las Vegas and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada.