Gregory Sherwood

Managing Director • Canada

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Gregory Sherwood

Managing Director • Canada

Greg Sherwood leads Cushman & Wakefield’s Canadian Facility Management program and supports key clients in developing comprehensive solutions for complex facility management issues. As Facility Director of Corporate Occupier and Investor Services, Greg’s expertise lies in leading multi-disciplined team members across a global platform to deliver superior results in client service. Working with client groups at all levels, he strives to bring high-value solutions using an extensive service delivery platform.

With over 25 years of experience in the Facility Management industry, Greg has extensive experience working with a variety of clients, providing facility management solutions that align service excellence with business strategy. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Greg worked for several large global organizations, supporting various global markets and showcasing his skill sets in project delivery, service transformation, and facility management delivery across a broad geographical area.

  • Infrastructure Ontario
  • McCarthy Tétrault
  • Ministry of the Attorney General
  • Nielsen
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers

Certificate in Facilities Management, Ryerson Polytechnical University

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