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C&W Services Appoints Industry Vet Gill as Senior Director

March 15, 2024

Boston — Cushman & Wakefield announced that C&W Services has hired Michael Gill as Senior Director, Client Services, New England. Gill will oversee all Engineering & Maintenance operations in New England, a geographic stronghold for C&W Services, and take a critical leadership role within the region. He will spearhead client partnerships across key accounts including BXP, which recently renewed services for another five years with C&W Services.

“We are so fortunate to have Michael join our organization,” said Angel Doyle, Vice President, Client Services, New England. “With his great leadership and vast experience, we will continue to flourish and build upon our growing engineering and maintenance operations.”

Gill brings more than three decades of experience in building operations, facilities engineering, energy conservation and sustainability. He has managed several prominent high-rise buildings within Greater Boston including 100 Summer Street, 125 Summer Street, Center Plaza and One Memorial Drive. Additionally, he has developed and managed successful sustainability initiatives as a LEEP AP O&M (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional in Operations and Maintenance).

“I am pleased to join this great team at C&W Services,” said Gill. “I am excited to have joined a company that strives to make a difference in environmental sustainability, as well as creating value for our team members, clients, communities and shareholders.”

“As the top facility services provider in New England, we’re pleased to add Michael to our dynamic team,” added Matt Noe, President, Geographies. “Boston remains the heart of our operations, and his expertise in the region is exceptional. Michael will no doubt help C&W Services build on its strong growth enabling long-term client success.”

Gill joins the firm from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he served as Director of Operations. He is a Certified Energy Manager, having implemented a Climate Action Plan focusing on Energy Use Intensity (EUI) and Carbon Use Intensity (CUI) reduction programs. He has been actively involved with many industry affiliations including holding a president’s position of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Boston. Additionally, he is a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board.

Michael Gill