Greg Hillman, P.E., LEED AP, CCIM, CFM
With the heart of an entrepreneur, and an extensive background in civil engineering, Greg Hillman brings a bevy of talents to the table as the founder of Trivium Advisors.
Prior to founding Trivium Advisors in October of 2014, Greg served as Vice President of Project Management and Development for a multi-billion dollar real estate investment trust. Greg was responsible for managing development partnerships nationally and providing direct owner’s representation services.
Greg brings more than 25 years of experience in the real estate business as a Registered Professional Engineer, Certified Facility Manager, Certified Commercial Investment Member, and LEED Accredited Professional.
Focused On Your Development
Upon graduating from the University of Texas with a degree in engineering, Greg worked for a number of engineering design and consulting firms. At this point in his career, Greg’s job revolved heavily around fixing problems within commercial real estate. However, after accepting a job as a front end developer for a large real estate investment trust, he soon realized that his value didn’t lie in fixing problems within commercial real estate; but instead in ensuring that those problems were never created in the first place.
After cutting his teeth as the front end developer of several large real estate projects, Greg educated himself on the utility of smart grids and buildings; as well as how to develop net zero energy buildings. He knows that quality project development and management make all the difference when tasked with building commercial real estate. His passion is partnering with owners that need proper guidance and quality representation.
“I love watching a project being built. I love being a part of that. Then after the project is completed, sitting with the owner, drinking a spritzer water, clinking glasses, and saying ‘Hey congratulations, it was fun to be along on the journey with you.” – Greg Hillman
You can contact Greg at: email@example.com
Office: (469) 387-1239