Responsibilities:Smith is responsible for the operation and management of Boyle Nashville’s office and retail portfolio, which includes over 1 million square feet of commercial space, with locations in Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood and Cookeville, Tennessee.
Professional Record:Smith has been with Boyle Nashville since 2003, and has had an extensive, 36-year career in the real estate industry. Prior to joining Boyle, Smith was with Trammell Crow for 17 years, where he served as the director of ServiceNET, which provided maintenance, engineering, and consulting services for corporate facilities. While with Trammell Crow, Smith supervised 50 maintenance/engineering and customer service personnel over a span of 4 states. Smith has also served as the lead contact for numerous building ownership and management transitions. In his current position with Boyle, he manages an excess of 1 million square feet of Class-A office and retail space. His operational and building systems knowledge is extremely valuable in researching and identifying utility savings via various energy systems, and he is currently involved in the LEED certification process for two Boyle office buildings. Most recently, Smith served as a tenant improvement consultant for the $13M Pinnacle building in downtown Nashville, TN.
Education:Smith holds an Associate’s degree in Applied Science – Mechanical Technology, a Mechanical Contractors license in Tennessee, and is EPA Certified with a First Class Refrigeration and Steam License. He has also received the Andover Energy Management Systems Certification and Maintenance Management Certification from Clemson University. Smith maintains an active real estate license with the State of Tennessee.
Professional Affiliations:Smith is a member of BOMA, the Building Owners and Management Association; Nashville Chapter.
Civic and Community Involvement:Through the Boyle Nashville non-profit alliances, Smith is very involved in Boys & Girls Club Angel Tree Program, as well as other activities with the Boys & Girls Club of Franklin and The Salvation Army.