History

Throughout its 40 year legacy, the firm has acquired and developed over $5 billion in industrial properties while building a reputation that exemplifies the core values of integrity, transparency, and community. Robinson Weeks Partners’ past is indicative of its future, as the team continues to push the bar ever higher.

1979

Led by Ray Weeks and Forrest Robinson, A R Weeks & Associates becomes the Atlanta region’s biggest build-to-suit developer of industrial buildings, and sets the standard for developing industrial parks

1983

The company is rebranded as Weeks Corporation

1994

Weeks Corporation is taken public (NYSE: WKS) and grows operations to 10 cities. Its market cap grows to more than $2 billion

1999

The company merges with Duke Realty, L.P. to create Duke-Weeks Realty Corp., the largest industrial real estate investment trust, with operations in 17 cities and a $5.5 billion market cap

2004

Cousins-Weeks JV. Forrest is named President of new Cousins Industrial Division in a Joint Venture with Weeks

2008

Forms Weeks Robinson Properties and starts its first private equity fund raising more than $140M for equity to acquire and develop nearly 10 million square feet of industrial properties

2015

The company is rebranded as Robinson Weeks Partners

2017

Raises $67 million in equity for its second private equity fund