Brandon Robertson joined Cumberland Development in January of 2004 as Executive Assistant to Richard Pace and Building Manager of the Business Operations Center (then Independence Technology Center). He moved into the Facilities Manager position in 2006 with the company’s purchase of the Baker Electric Building. He has been a part of the company’s continued expansion from the near beginning, and continues to provide a valuable resource for tenants & management alike.
Originally hailing from Portland, Oregon, Brandon joined the United States Marine Corps at age 17 in 1995 and re-enlisted in 1999. He attained the rank of Sergeant and served over 8 years honorably in the field of high frequency, long distance communications. Once on board with Cumberland Development, he put his management and administrative skills learned as a Marine to use in ensuring the smooth daily operations of the various properties, including direct oversite of short & long term maintenance, janitorial, and staffing. He is the main point of contact for tenant relations and maintains an open line of communication & coordination with tenants at all of Cumberland Developments properties.
Brandon has also been involved with the vast majority of construction and renovation projects undertaken by Cumberland Development, acting as an on-site representative, coordinator, and project manager on projects both big & small. He is the lead on Cumberland’s direct construction side, Cumberland Builders, which is used to plan, bid, and conduct the majority of smaller tenant renovations. Lastly, Brandon has worked hand in hand with the CFO & CEO to plan and budget the long term capital needs and goals of each property, ensuring that the company investments are well taken care of While maintaining their value both for Cumberland & their tenants.
Brandon lives in Parma with his son, long-term partner Joyce and her two children. In his free time he enjoys Browns games, traveling, hiking, car shows, cooking out and participating in the cosplay and gaming communities.