Mia Rose Holdings LLC
7 Baxter Lane
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Mia Rose Holdings LLC (MRH) is a Chesterfield, MO based commercial real estate development company owned and operated by Tom Kaiman. Tom formed the company in 2014, and named it after his daughter Mia Rose Kaiman, to focus on providing real estate development solutions for the region. After 15 years of design and construction experience and the oversight of over $1 Billion in development, Tom saw a need in the region to align resources and partnerships to support the growing needs of the community related to real estate development.
Mia Rose Holdings actively acquires real estate to support a vision needed in the community and puts partnerships in place to execute the vision. Mia Rose Holdings has surrounded itself by the best and brightest in the industry in commercial brokerage, engineering, architectural and construction services in order to provide first class overall development services.
Early in 2010, Tom decided it was time to leave Walton and decided to join S. M. Wilson & Co., a top 400 Engineering News Record Contractor, as a Project Executive and as one of the ten individual shareholders of the company. Tom was tasked with creating S. M. Wilson’s Federal/Milcon Business Unit and was responsible for all sales, project acquisitions, bidding/estimating, and overseeing the execution of the work as it was secured within the business unit. Tom was instrumental in helping to reorganize the company in 2011 and ultimately in January 2012, Tom was promoted to Director of Operations and oversaw all of the construction operations of the business across all of the business units – Healthcare, Education, Federal/Milcon, Industrial, Retail and Commercial. As the operational leader, Tom was responsible for a 75 member staff executing over $200,000,000 in annual revenues. Additionally, Tom oversaw the profit and loss for the operations group, focusing heavily on improving the company through operational performance across the board.
A few of Tom’s academic and professional achievements include the 2008 St. Louis Business Journal’s 30 under 30 distinction, the 2008 Building Design + Construction’s 40 under 40 distinction, National Civil Engineering Honor Society/Chi Epsilon Member, LEED AP BD+C professional, Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Academic Team- elected three seasons consecutively (2000, 2001, 2002), George McCarthy Performance Award for Scholastic and Academic Achievement (2002), Walton Construction Company Advisory Council to CEO, Member (2005-2009), and S. M. Wilson & Co. Executive Committee (2011 – 2015)
Joyce most recently was the Diversity Coordinator for a large, national general contractor. In that role, she helped hire numerous women and minority contractors and apprentices on projects. She also supported minority-owned subcontractors with accounting, payroll, and documentation on projects in a range of industries, including City Foundry STL, the Link in the Loop office and retail building, Mills Properties mixed-use development, Shriners Hospitals for Children, and the City of St. Louis' O’Fallon Recreation Complex. She previously held roles as the Executive Assistant for Operations and the Warranty and Service Division Coordinator.
Joyce has been honored with the MOKAN CCAC Private Sector Executives of the Year Award and received the Inclusion Advocacy Award from the St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers. She is a member of numerous community and professional organizations, including PEOPLE St. Louis Board Member, Mers Goodwill Volunteer and Clean Sweep Organizer and Volunteer. Clean Sweep is a large-scale, highly charged neighborhood clean-up initiative.
As Development Manager, Nathan oversees all aspects of the real estate development process from site acquisition to due diligence through construction to stabilization. He leverages his diverse background in a variety of construction practices and a bachelor's degree in Construction Management from University of Central Missouri to develop and implement strategic planning, project management and financial oversight for commercial development projects. Nathan has a proven record of aligning his clients’ needs with budgetary constraints, exceeding expectations and building strong relationships both locally and nationally.
Nathan is a graduate of the Construction Institute Leadership Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and is involved in a variety of community organizations. He is currently the Treasurer for Eagle’s Wings, Team Leader for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Xtreme Hike and a volunteer with the Joshua Chamberlain Society.