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Louis Karam is the Managing Director of CBRE’s Ottawa office. Louis joined CBRE in 2011 and previously led the company’s Project Management business in Eastern Canada.
Louis is an electrical engineer with a Masters in Project Management and has more than 20 years of experience across all property types. He is a valued partner to numerous Fortune 500 companies and has an extensive network across the region. His unique perspective on end-to-end real estate solutions allows him to help owners and tenants achieve their business goals through comprehensive real estate strategies.
He is a dynamic, results-focused leader who executes effectively by using a process-oriented approach. Louis is also fluent in English and French.
Contact Louis to find out how CBRE Ottawa can help you realize the full potential of your real estate in the National Capital Region.
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