Company: LWH Services Group LLC
Location: Woodway, Texas, United States
Lyndon Herrstrom, President at LWH Services Group LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in real estate development.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 1971 from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, Mr. Herrstrom continued his education with a Master of Science in industrial administration from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University in in West Lafayette, Indiana in 1972.
Mr. Herrstrom provided superior service from 1983 to 1990 as vice president with Wynne/Jackson Inc., a premier real estate development firm in Dallas, where he created subsidiary companies and profit centers in security, maintenance, horticulture, locksmithing, utility allocations, shared tenant telecommunications services, ticket services, and recreational management. He subsequently prospered from 1990 to 2012 in a similar capacity for realty groups in Texas, including the Harris Methodist Health System and ABM Facility Services. Since 2012, he has excelled as an associate with the National Real Estate Standards Corporation and has consulted on behalf of commercial realtors for several years.
In recognition of his prowess in real estate development and community participation, Mr. Herrstrom has been honored with an International Award for Merit by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Director of the Year Award from Arlington Life Shelter and was named Board Member of the Year by Arlington Life Shelter. His professional memberships include the Institute of Real Estate Management as well as the aforementioned SME.
Throughout the course of Mr. Herrstrom’s career, the achievement that stood out the most would be the largest portfolio business that he has managed, which took place when he was with Enron. He ran the division that did third party facility management and he managed to do $1.8 billion portfolio business for them, which encompassed 260 million square feet of space. In the coming years, Mr. Herrstrom is looking forward to a well-deserved retirement while mentoring a number of engineering students and business students.
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