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Current responsibilitiesFrank is an Associate Director / Vice President in the Project and Development Services Group in the Washington, DC office of Jones Lang LaSalle. He is also Sustainability market leader for Jones Lang LaSalle’s Project and Development Services Group in the Mid-Atlantic region. He has over 30 years of project management, architectural design and space planning experience.
Services & Industry Specialties• Agency Leasing• Construction• Consulting• Development and Asset Strategy• Energy and Sustainability• Government Services• Higher Education• Law Firms• Non-Profits• Project and Development Services• Retail• Tenant Representation
Years of experience30
ExperienceFrank joined The Staubach Company in 2006 after 25 years in the design industry. The Staubach Company and Jones Lang LaSalle merged in 2008.
Frank’s Project Management duties have focused on Law Firms, Non-Profit Organizations, Building Renovations, term Government clients, and Government Affairs Offices. They have totaled over 2 million square feet and several have won awards from groups such as The Washington Business Journal, NAIOP, Associated Builders & Contractors, and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He has also worked on special real estate consulting studies for several Federal Agencies.
Frank has been working with green projects since the late 1990’s and acts as a resource for green information to both Jones Lang LaSalle and to our Clients. One of Frank’s tasks at Jones Lang LaSalle is to work with Clients early in the real estate process to help educate clients and help them set goals as to their green design efforts. Frank has prepared and delivered educational seminars to groups such as IFMA, the Executive Board of the American Society of Landscape Architects, guest lectured at George Washington University on sustainable landscape design, as well as prepared and delivered educational seminars for Jones Lang LaSalle’s Clients such as CISCO.
Key Clients• Navy Federal Credit Union – Owner representation, Pensacola, Florida, 700,000 RSF -(Campus pursuing LEED NC Certification)• Bryan Cave – Lease relocation and owner representation, Washington, DC 88,000 RSF - (LEED CI V 2.0 Gold Certification)• Beveridge & Diamond – Lease renewal, Washington, DC 76,000 RSF• Vinson & Elkins – Lease renewal, Washington, DC 70,000 RSF• Union of Concerned Scientists - Lease relocation and owner representation, Washington, DC 19,821 RSF (LEED CI V2.0 Gold Certification)• Allsteel Showroom – Owner representation, Washington, DC 10,000 SF• 1350 I Street, NW – Managed the LEED EB O & M 2008 Silver Certification, Washington, DC• Chevy Chase Center – Managed the LEED EB O & M 2008 Certification, Chevy Chase Maryland• HSBC Chesapeake – Managed the LEED EB O & M 2009 Silver Certification, Chesapeake, Virginia• Natural Resources Defense Council – Lease relocation, Washington, DC , 32,000 RSF• USAF - Consulting study, Privatized Housing Energy Efficiency Standards, Western United States and Alaska.• FBI – Confidential• Bureau of Printing and Engraving – Consulting Study, Washington, DC and Fort Worth, Texas.• Department of Homeland Security – Consulting Study, Washington, DC• GSA – Department of Agriculture – Programming study, Washington, DC 330,000 RSF• The Nature Conservancy Headquarters – Energy & Sustainability consulting study, Arlington, Virginia• CH2MHill Government Affairs Office – Lease relocation and owner representation, Washington, DC 10,000 RSF
Awards• 1999 Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) Best Interior Design Under $25 Award – The Nature Conservancy• 2001- AIA Committee on The Environment (COTE) Top Ten Green Projects of 2001 –World Resources Institute Headquarters• Washington Business Journal Best Real Estate Deals of 2003 - Urban Office Project Winner – Human Rights Campaign Headquarters• NAIOP Awards of Excellence Best Renovation 2003 – Human Rights Campaign Headquarters• Environmental Design & Construction Magazine – Excellence in Design, Honorable Mention 2004 – Human Rights Campaign Headquarters• 2005 Washington Chapter/AIA Design Awards, Award of Merit for Interior Architecture – The Chevy Chase Land Company Headquarters• 2006 IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter Bronze Award– The Chevy Chase Land Company Headquarters• 2006 NAIOP Commercial Interiors Award of Merit– The Chevy Chase Land Company Headquarters• 2005 Washington Chapter/AIA Design Awards, Award of Merit for Interior Architecture – Lex Business Solutions• 2008 The Extra Mile, Client Service Award, The Staubach Company• 2008 Top Achiever, The Staubach Company
EducationBachelor of Science in Architecture, The Catholic University of America, 1982
Registrations and CertificationsArchitecture, District of Columbia, 1990Interior Design, District of Columbia, 1989LEED AP, 2002Green Globes Professional, 2010
Affiliations• AIA• USGBC• DCBIA• Greater Washington Board of Trade Green Committee• ABC-VA Green Council• Logan Circle Historic and Environmental Committee