Mr. Hanlon has over 30 years of experience and successful leadership in the private and public sectors. He previously began working for B&D in 1996 and helped lead the firm’s growth and innovation in planning and program management for nearly 12 years. During this period, Mr. Hanlon led numerous projects across the array of campus life facilities, the 2012 Olympic Bid for Washington DC, and the Bermuda Cricket World Cup Bid.
Prior to rejoining B&D in 2016, Mr. Hanlon served as the Director of the District of Columbia’s Department of General Services. He led the consolidation of the agency, established its vision and mission, automated and streamlined the management of 27 million square feet of real estate, created the first preventative maintenance platform, led the City’s first successful public-private partnership, and built several billion dollars in award winning new schools, parks, laboratories, and various municipal facilities. With six operating divisions, a staff of 700, and an annual budget of over $1 billion, Mr. Hanlon modernized real estate development and operations for the District. He also revolutionized the City’s energy procurement and management platform, spearheading the City’s wind and solar energy deal and paving the way for hundreds of millions of dollars in savings.