PARSIPPANY, NJ—JLL recently completed itsmanager job for the construction of the Lexus Eastern AreaOffice and Training Facility at 300 Webro Road here forToyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.


The project secured Leadership in Energy andEnvironmental Design (LEED) for Commercial InteriorsPlatinum certification from the U.S. Building Council. That is afirst for a Lexus area training center project.


The 32,000-square-foot office andwarehouse facility will serve as a training center for Lexusdealerships throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. JLLwas hired to manage the project in September 2012. Ground wasbroken in early April 2013.


The JLL team overseeing the project management assignment wasled by Jerry Sullivan, managing director, andEric Brown, project coordinator. LEEDcertification coordination was led by DanaSchneider, senior vice president, and JasmineDavis, project manager.


“Lexus, with its design team of Ware Malcomb,had the vision to transform this aging warehouse site into a highlyfunctional and technologically advanced sales office and trainingfacility,” says Sullivan. “Working with such support vendors asSnap-On, KEA, Langan and HollisterConstruction, along with the push for excellence andperformance by the client, the building was converted into a highlyefficient and multi-functional facility for the firm's areamanagers and trainers.”

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John Jordan

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with 36 years of print and digital media experience.