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Renee McNiel spent ten years in the restaurant industry including managing the construction and opening of a restaurant. This experience was helpful to her success the relocation industry due to her experience with customer service and construction management. Ms. McNiel went to work for a relocation business in 1989 moving over 1,500 employees for CNG Producing in New Orleans. After 16 years working for a relocation firm starting out as a Project Coordinator and working her way to Vice President, Ms. McNiel decided it was time to start her own business.
Ms. McNiel started her business out of a desire to implement full scope project management services for corporations needing to relocate or restack their offices. Renee’s five step project management process has been implemented for over 700 clients since she began her business in 2005. Renee earned her PMP certification from the Project Management Institute in 2007.
Ms. McNiel prides herself in providing the solutions her clients are seeking for their relocation needs. At one of her client’s sites, Renee implemented the re-use of file cabinets (by having them painted to match the new color scheme) rather than purchasing new file cabinets in 286,000 square feet of space saving the client well over $200,000.00. At another client site, Ms. McNiel was the contact person for a client when FEMA decided to take over the space they were vacating. Renee ensured that this million dollar a day business met their schedule while assisting FEMA in getting in to the space to assist flood victims.
Ms. McNiel also is delighted that clients value CMCI’s expertise and hire us over and over again. In fact, CMCI was recently hired by one client at his fifth business – over a 25 year period.
In her thirteen years in business, Renee and her company have won Business Woman of the Year – 2010, 50 Fastest Women Owned Growing Businesses of the Year – 2010 and 2012, One of 500 Emerging Businesses in the Nation – 2010; HBJ Fast 100 – 2013, 2015, 2016; HBJ – Move of a Headquarters for Memorial Hermann – 2012.