Mike Grosko is the Global Alliance Director for the CBRE / Sprint partnership, and has served in that role since 2012. He leads a team of approximately 250 employees in the delivery of services to Sprint’s 20+ million sq. ft. of commercial, retail, and mission critical facilities and to its 40,000 associates. Services provided include strategic consulting, facilities management, project management, transactions management, sourcing, PMO and portfolio administration services.
Under Mike's leadership, the CBRE / Sprint partnership has led the GCS landscape in the areas of innovation, sustainability, and global real estate best practices. One of the most important measures of client impact is value creation and how it relates to the management fee charged for services delivered. The Sprint GCS team has delivered more than $28 million annually in client-approved value, which is approximately 8 times the management fee.
During 2006-2012, Mike led a team responsible for the delivery of project management services to Sprint’s retail and mission critical facilities plus planning, transactions, move management and space management services in support of Sprint’s commercial office & call center portfolio. His team succeeded in delivering over $10 million annually in value through its development and management of multiple portfolio consolidation efforts, successful deployment of a retail new store expansion program, winning and delivering on a 700,000 sq. ft. campus subleasing program, managing the delivery of two LEED certified build-to-suit call centers, and laying the foundation for expansion to a full-service outsourcing account in 2009.
Mike has built a client relationship model focused on optimizing real estate portfolio, reducing occupancy operating costs, creating value from under-utilized assets and driving transformational change in the areas of sustainability, asset lifecycle management, workplace strategy, and innovation programs.
Prior to the Sprint account, Mike spent over five years leading the pursuit and delivery of project management and/or transaction management services to multiple corporate services clients including Shell, ConocoPhilips, Valero, Quanta Services, and MetLife. He also helped lead the start-up and transition of several corporate services wins including FedexKinkos, Cingular, and 7-Eleven.
He began his career holding several leadership positions with Conoco in support of their marketing, transportation, and petroleum supply & trading operations. In 1996, he joined Trammell Crow Corporate Services as a Real Estate Manager, leading Transactions Management and Real Estate Services functions for Exxon. In 2006, CBRE and Trammell Crow Company merged.