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​Current responsibilities
Todd Hutton joined JLL in 2016 as the Senior Vice President of ARCHIBUS Account Management. Todd is responsible for maintaining client relationships, ensuring their needs and expectations are met.

He coordinates the involvement of resources to meet project performance objectives and manages and resolves any issues that may arise. He is ultimately responsible for the success of all account projects. 

Project management, technology solutions, consulting, workplace strategy, implementing and developing supporting software, team coordination, facility management 

Years of experience
Todd has more than 24 years of experience in management and technology consulting. 

Most recently, Todd worked as a Senior Director of the ARCHIBUS Practice at BRG, a workplace management and consulting firm acquired by JLL.

At BRG, he provided strategic insights to clients around operational processes, organization dynamics and technology requirements. Previous experience also includes Director of Operations at  Idisis Inc., Construction Manager at Rocky View School Division, and Facility Manager at Canadian National Railway Company. 

Key transactions

  • Key involvement in a wide variety of industry initiatives, including managing capital projects, space planning, employee moves, assets, risks, hazardous materials, facility operations and property management through technology applications and managed projects from design to implementation
  • Provided software system solutions for lease and building operations along with recommendations for implementation of mobile solutions to address building operations management and space management audits 


  • 2011 & 2012, ARCHIBUS Top Customer Service and Support
  • 2015, ARCHIBUS Award of Excellence

Todd earned his Diploma from The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Architectural Technologies and studied Geographic information Systems at the University of Alberta.

He is currently working towards his CoreNet Global Master of Corporate Real Esate (MCR) designation.