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Mike Loganbill

Project Executive

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Biography

With more than 20 years of professional experience, Mr. Loganbill has worked with a wide range of organizations, from small startups to educational institutions and not-for-profit agencies to publicly traded corporations providing advisory and implementation services on their real estate initiatives and/or operational transitions from current to future state. By focusing on industry specific best practices, Mr. Loganbill develops strategies and tactical processes that help achieve stated objectives will minimizing risk.  

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Most recently, he has been advising and representing educational institutions and mission-based organizations.  In these projects, Mr. Loganbill manages the day-to-day project intricacies on behalf of our clients while ensuring all decisions are made and actions are taken with the overall project goals and objectives in mind. He prides himself on being able to provide leadership and engage stakeholders in a meaningful way to solve problems, manage risk, and find creative solutions that yield the best possible results for the project and client.

 

Mr. Loganbill’s approach is grounded in alignment with organizations’ mission, vision and values and how empathy and understanding of the clients’ perspective generates optimal success. Trained and licensed as an architect and landscape architect and having practiced for several years before transitioning to consulting roles, Mr. Loganbill has a breadth of knowledge and keen understanding of the entire project life cycle.

Associations

Mr. Loganbill also volunteers as Acting COO and Senior Project Manager for Homes 4 the Homeless, a California based non-profit founded to provide innovative, transitional housing solutions for chronic homelessness. 

Education

Master of Business Administration, University of Notre Dame - Mendoza College of Business

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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