The William Warren Group (WWG), which operates the 33-facility StorQuest Self Storage chain, has promoted Mark Beck from operations manager to vice president of operations. Beck has been with the company for four years, implementing field and corporate strategies to improve overall property performance.
Prior to joining WWG, Beck spent 12 years working in various operating roles with Seattle-based Shurgard Self Storage. There he worked his way from storage manager to district manager, and then represented the company in Europe, helping it expand its international footprint.
“Mark is a true leader that enjoys coaching people and helping them to bring forth their best potential,” said Bill Hobin, president. “We are happy to have Mark as integral part of our team and look forward to his continued contribution towards the growth of our company.”
Based in Santa Monica, Calif., WWG is a privately held real estate company that develops, acquires and operates income-producing real estate assets in Arizona, California, Colorado and Hawaii. For the past 12 years, the company has focused on the self-storage industry, operating facilities under the StorQuest trade name. It is also interested in pursuing property types including multi-tenant incubator industrial parks, live-work-hobby loft space and mini contractor storage yards.