Vince Mellado is a Senior
Facilities Manager for CBRE’s Global Corporate Services where he leads the
Nissan USA site operations day-to-day facilities management for the Midwest and
Northeast regions. He supports the local teams by promoting key client
deliverables focused on creating a proactive environment, improving the quality
of services provided and reducing expenses where possible.
Mr. Mellado joined CBRE with
more than 25 years of experience in the commercial retail, mixed use,
manufacturing/industrial, office and parking industries. He spent the last two
years at the General Motors Technical Center where he was responsible for the
research & development of complex facilities and housekeeping operations.
He was also the facilities manager responsible for the repair and maintenance
of the 13.2KV electrical infrastructure across the 1 square-mile campus. Mr.
Mellado was selected as the Senior Operations Manager to lead the rollout of a
new facilities management business model focused on improving the achievement
of client deliverables. Before GM, he spent 24 years in corporate and site
management roles supporting tenant coordination, facilities, operations and
project management for multiple urban and suburban super-regional shopping and
entertainment venues/properties across the country. During that time, Mr.
Mellado was involved with several key initiatives that included: a portfolio
wide expense savings review, co-authoring the portfolio facilities standards
and policies, reviewing, selecting and implementing new CMMS software programs,
representation on the facilities and operations advisory board and supporting
multiple new shopping center openings and expansion projects.
Mr. Mellado is a Macomb
Community College graduate with an AS in Business Administration and Management
and further college studies in Psychology. He is a veteran of the United States
Navy Nuclear Power Program - Electrical where he proudly served on the USS
McKee, AS-41 and USS Enterprise, CVN-65. Mr. Mellado enjoys hiking and
traveling with his wife Danielle and spending time with their 3 sons, granddaughter
and two miniature Yorkies, Chloe and Marcus.