Cameron Pawelek joined RCLCO in 2014 and is a Vice President based in Austin, Texas. As part of the firm’s real estate economics practice, he focuses on providing strategic and actionable guidance for urban and suburban mixed-use developments, master-planned communities, resorts, and other complex, multi-use developments. His experience includes highest and best use analyses, financial feasibility studies, and market opportunity analyses for an extensive range of commercial and residential land uses. With an emphasis on consumer segmentation and insight, Cameron has helped clients in both the public and private sectors make better informed development decisions.
Cameron serves as part of the leadership group responsible for RCLCO’s firm-wide training program. Through this role he educates and mentors new team members, and manages the programming and phasing of onboarding initiatives. He also assists in crafting innovative business intelligence initiatives to further enhance RCLCO’s segmentation analyses, long-term demand projections, and detailed supply-side studies.
Cameron graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies, as well as interdisciplinary certificates in Real Estate and Business Foundations. His coursework focused on urban history, real estate economics, and geological sciences.
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- Austin District Council Management Committee (2017 – Present)
- Chair, ULI Austin's Young Leaders Group (2017 – Present)
- Committee Member, Young Leaders Group (2016 – Present)
- Committee Member, Programs Committee (2016 – 2017)