Michelle D. Dandeneau, P.E.
As Managing Director in JLL’s Mid Atlantic office in DC, Ms. Dandeneau leads the ground up development division, with experience in delivery of large complex real estate solutions (land use planning, development advisory) and projects. Ms. Dandeneau leads multiple project teams for corporate headquarters, higher and K-12 education, life sciences, residential, healthcare, cultural, and industrial projects. Michelle is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia and a FitWel Ambassador.
HQ Marriott International, Bethesda, MD: Project Executive supporting Marriott International on the new $600M, 850K SF corporate headquarters in Bethesda MD, overseeing land use development, providing leasing negotiation support, and oversight of design and construction of interiors.
Multi-Family and Aquatic Center, Silver Spring, MD: Project Executive for ground up development for a 267-unit multifamily tower and attached recreation and aquatic center, totaling 500K SF for the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission. The project delivers much needed senior housing including 30% affordable units.
HQ Campus Development, Novavax: Project Executive for 600K SF headquarters planned for Novavax in the City of Gaithersburg, MD.
NOMA Multi-Family Housing, Washington, DC: Project Executive for ground up development of 115 apartment development with associated amenities in the vibrant downtown NOMA neighborhood in D.C.
The Village at Valley Forge: 4,000,000 SF mixed use development project (including anchor retail, in-line retail with on a 125-acre parcel in King of Prussia, PA for Northwestern Mutual Investment.
Newseum for the Freedom Forum in Washington, D.C.: 600,000 SF state of the art museum, theater, and high end multifamily mixed-use project.
Campus Development for Health and Human Services, Prince George’s County, Maryland: 1,000,000 SF of commercial office development in Prince George’s County, Maryland for the Peter N.G. Schwartz Company.
MITRE Corporation Campus, McLean, VA: 1M SF rezoning and $200M full build-to-suit, MITRE 4. This fifteen-story tower and underground garage (four levels) supports MITRE’s continued growth as a Federally Funded Research and Development Center and is the first ground up development office tower under the Tysons Corner Comprehensive Plan.
Headquarters, U.S. Patent and Trademark Offices (USPTO) Alexandria, VA: 2,900,000 SF office consolidation project, a six-building interconnected complex with two parking garages.
Trinity Washington University, New Academic Center: New nursing and science academic building, $40M design-build in Washington DC.
Prince George’s County Public Schools: Project Executive for PGCPS for six schools under PGCPS Blueprint schools’ program, providing strategy and risk mitigation for PGCPS during design development cost negotiations and construction of the schools.
Catholic University School of Nursing: Project Executive for rezoning, design, and construction of the new 100K SF ground up Conway Nursing School for the University in Washington DC.
Microsoft: Lead development manager for developer led build to suit for 200K SF in Annapolis, MD.
George Mason University Institute for Digital Innovation: Development management for ground up academic and commercial building in Arlington, VA, PPEA for 260K SF.
Howard University Science Building and Multiple Renovation Projects: Development manager for new 140K SF science building (site selection, due diligence, master planning, and programming) and project executive for multiple renovation projects on the Howard campus.
Kaiser Permanente: Real estate strategy for ten (10) medical office building developments in Prince George’s, Fairfax, and Montgomery County.
MedStar PromptCare: Project Executive for rapid deployment of multiple urgent care facilities in Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, and DC.
Education and Affiliations:
Virginia Tech, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
Professional Engineer, State of Virginia
Fitwel Ambassador, 2020
Board Member, 2020-2024, Greater Washington Board of Trade