I’m responsible for the overall Hines Canada platform. I currently serve as the senior officer on a number of projects including CIBC Square – a three million-square-foot twin-tower office development across from Union Station in Toronto, including a one-acre elevated park above the rail corridor; Bayside, a two million-square-foot, seven-building master-planned mixed-use development on the Toronto waterfront, including the tallest mass timber office building in North America; Park Central, a two-tower, 1000-unit high-rise multifamily development in the Calgary Beltline; and Eighth Avenue Place, a two million-square-foot twin tower office complex in Calgary.
I joined Hines in 1998. After spending the first 10 years of my Hines career in Chicago, I moved with my family to Toronto to help build a Canadian platform for Hines. I’m passionate about assembling a high-performing team, that now numbers 121, and developing a strong culture. I have focused my development efforts on projects that have elevated the quality standard and service level existing in the current marketplace, created a sense of place, and improved the communities we live and work in.
I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles, a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a specialization in Structural Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. I also hold a Professional Engineering license in California.
Thursday, May 18, 2023
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Metro Toronto Convention Center - North Building, 106 Constitution Hall
After decades of explosive commercial and residential growth, very few straightforward development opportunities are left in the central city. Every private and public project is a puzzle of immense complexity, cost, and risk as developers contend with limited space, legacy infrastructure, challenging public policy expectations, and shifting economics. Toronto developers and public infrastructure leaders are […]