Edward Sharp Walsh, P.E.

Principal and Managing Director of Project Management Services
Project Management
Location:
New Jersey
Address:
1120 Headquarters Plaza
North Tower, 8th Floor
Morristown New Jersey 07960
United States
Main: 
973.898.6360
Direct: 
973.898.6363
Mobile: 
908.240.8900
Fax: 
973.898.9062

Edward Walsh is the Principal & Managing Director for Avison Young’s New Jersey office. Highly regarded as one of the most accomplished and respected professionals in the construction and real estate industries, Mr. Walsh is responsible for business development, increasing profitability and maintaining  client relationships.

Mr. Walsh most recently served as Managing Principal and President of The Walsh Company, a multi-service advisory organization that he founded in 2003 and grew into one of the leading client representation and project management services firms in the industry. His responsibilities encompassed overall management of the firm’s activities, including business development, client management and assemblage of a more than 50-person team in five offices throughout the Northeast.

Before founding The Walsh Company, Mr. Walsh worked for more than 10 years as a Senior Vice-President at Gale & Wentworth, a diversified real estate investment and services firm. He began his career with Boswell Engineering and also previously held positions with Bomar Builders.

Mr. Walsh is actively involved in helping to raise funds for several nonprofit organizations in Morris & Somerset Counties in New Jersey.  He has been recognized for his philanthropic efforts on behalf of United Way, the American Cancer Society, Somerset Hills Learning Institute, Interfaith Food Pantry of Morristown, Employment Horizons and Family Service of Morris County. In 2009 he was appointed to Governor Chris Christie’s Environmental Protection Transition Subcommittee and has been serving as Chairman of the Board for the School Development Authority (SDA) since 2010.  Mr. Walsh was an active board member for the U.S. Green Building Council from 2011-2013 and was most recently invited to serve on the board of trustees for NAIOP.