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Mr. Campbell is a currently a Senior Project Manager in Project and Development Service Philadelphia and New York markets

Mr. Campbell is responsible for the project delivery of various projects including multi-site renovations, new builds, re-branding, and technology rollouts for Jones Lang LaSalle clients. He is currently working on the Advance Auto Parts account which is focusing around conversions and consolidation across the country.

Mr. Campbell was key player in winning the American Tower Corporation account as a Program Manager where he is overseeing the build out of Digital Equipment Rooms. These build outs interior or exterior range in size from 800 s.f. to 1000 s.f. with cost ranging in from $200,000 to $400,000.

Mr. Campbell recently ended a 4 year assignment on the Family Dollar Renovation Program where he is charged with the the overall construction, fixture & merchandise layout, signage and point of purchase for 100 renovations yearly as assigned. The project requires site surveys, creating and managing budgets, reviewing change orders and the daily communication with the client trades associated including; architects, engineers, general contractors, sign installers, IT data firms and local municipalities.

Mr. Campbell served on the T-Mobile Brand Wrap account. His scope for this program is managing 12 sites from preconstruction through punch, while tracking  all activities and reporting directly to the client and with vendors at all phases. The stores range in size from 200s.f. to 2000 s.f. with construction cost ranging from $60,000 to $85,000 per site.

Mr. Campbell additionally served as Project Manager assigned to the Chick-fil-A, Multi-Unit Order Points Program adding additional drive thru order points to over 12 locations in the Mid- Atlantic region. His responsibilities ranged from site survey to punch walk in the field and complete budget and financial  authority.

Mr. Campbell played an integral part designing the prototype to OneView Mobile Project Manager, a mobile data collection software program currently used for surveying. Mr. Campbell as attended numerous new client presentations due to his extensive background in franchising, merchandising, quick service restaurants and overall retail operations.


Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle Mr. Campbell was the Director of Construction, for Saxbys Coffee a national coffee franchise. Mr. Campbell added a depth of franchise knowledge overseeing the construction, facilities and procurement department of the 48 store national coffee chain. During his time there he re-engineered the construction process and provided alternative supply chain vendors resulting in significant cost savings. Mr. Campbell negotiated newly designed fixture component for the cafes reducing build out costs. Mr. Campbell overhauled the frozen yogurt production process that was once done at store level and created a process available system wide which included manufacturing, packaging and delivery to stores for significantly less.

Prior to Saxbys Mr. Campbell was the Director of Construction for Rita’s Water Ice Franchise, the number one national water ice franchise, where he was responsible for overseeing the design, planning and construction of over 125 new stores per year, growing the store count to over 550. Mr. Campbell played a key role in the new store design prototype and the design and construction of a new training facility which included a live store. Additional responsibility was overseeing the implementation of a new credit card vendor and implementation at the store level.

Mr. Campbell has extensive food service experience from past employers such as Checkers Drive-In Restaurants where he was a Regional Northeast Franchise Business Manager overseeing franchisees and building new locations. Mr. Campbell was instrumental in developing and launching CRIS intraweb program for sales reporting, communication, vendor information, and library archives.

Mr. Campbell held the positions of both Operations Manager and Construction Manager during his time at Dunkin Brands.  Coupled with both positions he oversaw the scheduling, installation and training of NCR Point of Sales systems for the Mid-Atlantic Philadelphia market.

Mr. Campbell as also worked for New World Holdings Manhattan Bagel, Blockbuster Video, and The Coffee Beanery all in management roles. Mr. Campbell has additional experience as a consultant for Southland Corporation 7-Eleven stores.