Pamela Adams will help companies maximize productivity of their corporate real estate portfolios.

SAN FRANCISCO—In response to companies’ increasing demand for corporate real estate occupancy planning, JLL has added industry veteran Pamela Adams to its Global Occupancy Planning Practice. Adams joins JLL as SVP, leading JLL’s North American West Region for Occupancy Planning.

Based here in San Francisco, and with more than 30 years experience in corporate real estate, Adams has focused on development strategy and planning for organizations in a wide range of industries and building types. Before joining JLL, she was a principal in Owen Adams Consulting, a San Francisco-based planning and development advisory firm that is part of the KDA Brookwood consortium. Previously, she spent 13 years at HOK, where she assisted clients with planning and development strategy in both the public and private sectors.

“Pamela’s expertise in strategic planning, pre-design research and stakeholder engagement will help clients maximize the productivity of their corporate real estate portfolios,” says Greg Bonsignore, global director for occupancy planning for JLL. “As our practice continues to expand in the Western US, our private- and public-sector clients will gain advantage from Pamela’s expertise.”

Adams specializes in facilities planning, urban design and development master planning with particular focus on strategic planning. She has extensive experience in programming and feasibility studies for new facilities, managing complex projects and working with multiple stakeholder groups.