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Bob Hunt is a member of JLL’s national public institutions group and is responsible for leading the practice in the western United States. Bob’s core focus is to help public institutions strategically link their real estate and facilities strategy to their overall business strategy. He is skilled at translating organizational needs into business cases and actionable performance criteria to support the planning, implementation and performance of real estate and workplace strategies.  

 
Experience
Bob brings over 28 years of experience in helping organizations develop real estate and workplace strategies that address a wide range of needs, including portfolio planning, development advisory, public private partnership formation, facilities planning, workplace innovation and R/E, IT and HR integration.
Notable projects include: development advisory, infrastructure analysis & public private partnership formation for UC Merced;  development advisory,  financing analysis, and solicitation development for 536 acre site owned by Port of San Diego; brokerage services for the State of Oregon’s leased portfolio; development advisory, feasibility analysis for California State University San Marcos: development advisory & public private partnership formation for the City of Seattle; strategic planning & development advisory for Marin County; capital implementation plan and P3 advisory for Auraria Higher Education Center; strategic planning & development advisory for the City of San Diego; long range facilities & capital planning for Napa County; P3 development advisory for the City of Long Beach; feasibility analysis and development advisory for the City of Napa; workplace strategy program development and training for U.S. General Services Administration (GSA);  portfolio analysis and strategy for San Diego Unified School District;  Workplace 20∙20 (a long range workplace study for GSA); advisory for Boeing’s virtual office program; worldwide evaluation of Microsoft’s real estate and facilities practices (Workplace Advantage Program); telework center design and policy for Morgan Stanley; and occupancy planning for GSA’s National Headquarters. 
Prior to joining JLL, Bob worked for Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum (HOK) architects, where he was the practice leader for their Washington, DC consulting group.

 
Education
Bob received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Washington.  

 
Affiliations
A dynamic speaker and meeting facilitator, he has addressed many organizations including CoreNet, ULI, IFMA and GSA about real estate and workplace strategy.  
He has also contributed articles to academic journals and popular media about workplace evolution.  Bob has taught several CoreNet courses on Real Estate and is consistently rated a top instructor.