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​​​​Current Responsibilities 
Paul Logan is a senior vice president in Jones Lang LaSalle’s New York Project and Development Services group. He currently serves as the account executive charged with oversight of the $550-million renovation of a historic landmark building in New York City, an extensive capital program that has transformed every aspect of the 3-million-square-f​oot icon and required a staff of 15 on-site project managers.

Over the course of this assignment, Paul  has reported directly to the historic landmark's realty group and their leasing agents to reposition the landmarked asset. The work has included implementing a whole-building energy retrofit which reduces energy usage by 38% and is projected to save 115 tons of carbon emissions over the next 15 years. The initiative has also attained LEED Gold certification for the property. Other major projects include a lower level reconfiguration; concourse upgrades; multi-floor consolidations for a number of high profile tenants; sustainability and building history exhibits; retail fit-outs; construction of office pre-builts and build-to-suits; fitness center installation; lobby restoration; observatory deck and 103rd floor improvements; broadcasting upgrades; green roof installation; modernization of 70 elevators and escalators; shaft rehabilitation; security system overhaul; infrastructural upgrades (MEP and fire protection); DAS; and CHP plant, LL11, and LL26 improvements, among many others. He joined Jones Lang LaSalle in 2010.

Experience 
Over the course of his 25-year career in real estate, Paul has overseen the planning, design, execution and transition to operations of projects for corporate, infrastructural, institutional, educational and cultural clients. Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, he acted as an owner, owner’s representative, construction manager, general contractor and architect. He has worked for diverse organizations including Jazz at Lincoln Center, Yorke Construction Company, Jonathan Rose Companies, Ennead (Polshek) Architects, and RTKL Associates in a variety of managerial capacities. He has also worked with a wide variety of organizations including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Department of Design and Construction, Dermot Companies, Great Performances, Lincoln Center Theater-LCT3, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Mamaroneck Public Library, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, National Museum of American Jewish History, Related Companies, Sundance Preserve, the United States Naval Academy, Time Warner and Yale University, among many others.

Education and Affiliations 
Paul graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a master’s degree in architecture and Oberlin College with a bachelor of arts. He is a LEED-accredited architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Paul is involved in a number of organizations, including NRDC and ULI.