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Current responsibilities
Josh Toothman is the Regional Engineering Manager for the Northwest. The Engineering Services group provides technical expertise and operational support to various business units including; Markets-Property Management, Corporate Solutions, LaSalle Investment Management, Healthcare and Project Development Services.

He is responsible for providing an operational “safety net” by ensuring that all properties are in compliance with the Engineering Services Compliance Program.  He provides technical expertise and support to new business efforts, is involved in supplying property start-up, engineering direction and assistance. 

Experience
Josh has been in engineering management for 14 years and began with JLL in 2013. Prior to coming to JLL, Josh spent nine years with ABM Facility Services. He was the company Subject Matter Expert for critical environments, as well as serving as National Director for the Engineering Services group.  

He has considerable expertise with commercial real estate and IFM, with additional experience in corporate campuses, commercial offices, data center operations, critical environments, bio-tech and pharmaceutical facilities. Josh has a deep understanding of ENERGY STAR and has worked with local utility companies to provide programs to JLL’s buildings. 

He recently moderated a panel for BOMA titled, “From the Boiler Room to the Board Room”. He brought together industry leaders from both property management and engineering to help the audience gain perspective on operating a successful facility and portfolio.​ 

Education
Josh has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oregon Institute of Technology, where he also received a minor in international relations.

He is 40-hour HAZWOPER trained, EPA/CFC certified, and has completed advanced coursework through UC Berkeley Extension, Cal State East Bay and various other institutions. 

Affiliations
He is a LEED Green Associate, as well as a Green Globes Professional. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE), currently serving as Treasurer for the Northern California Chapter of AFE. He has also been involved with BOMA, IFMA, ASRHAE and IREM.​