Facility Management

Facility Management professionals tend to work in the background ensuring that facilities are maintained and its occupants safe and comfortable. They are also expected to maximize operational efficiency and to increase return on investment while managing risk. They tend to go unnoticed unless something goes wrong. Today’s facility manager is a long way from the building super. Although some have come up through the trades; most have bachelor or master degrees and a diverse skill set.

Rudd Executive Search, LLC knows that every facility is unique and different skills are required to manage a hospital than an office complex. We understand your requirements and we know how to match the right facility management professional to your company and its facilities.

Positions Filled:

We can fill any position in your facility management or corporate real estate department from the staff level to the Director level and everything in-between.
  • Facility managers
  • Director of Facility Management
  • Construction Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Building engineers
  • Property managers

Property Types:

  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
  • Laboratories
  • Pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing
  • Office and industrial parks
  • Shopping centers
  • Universities, colleges and schools
  • Sports complexes
  • Convention centers
  • Hotels, resorts, casinos
  • Museums and public buildings
  • Industrial and manufacturing facilities
  • Other institutional and commercial properties


  • Asset management
  • Space planning and move management
  • Energy Management
  • Emergency/Disaster planning
  • Construction management
  • Lease administration
  • Environmental maintenance
  • Building controls and systems
  • Power systems – uninterrupted power, power generation
  • Mechanical systems (HVAC)
  • Life safety systems and building security
  • Laboratories (BSL2, BSL3 and BSL4) and clean rooms
  • Space management
  • Construction and/or project management