Ian has over 25 years of experience within the construction industry in varying capacities from estimating, construction engineering, project and senior executive management.
Over the past 10 years he has been focused in the development industry, primarily high-rise mixed use and hotel development having overseen all phases of including concept development, fnancial modeling and feasibility analysis design and construction management.
His experience spans a variety of jurisdictions across North America. Ian has proven to be an innovative and resourceful Executive/Senior Manager with vision, experience and leadership skills required to spearhead growth and proftability with fresh perspective, sound judgment and strategically- focused ideas.
Overall, Ian brings over 35 years of construction and development experience in senior level positions as a Professional Engineer and Executive. Ian earned both his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, and has continued his professional development with training in Leadership, Partnering, Team Facilitation, Coaching and Technical Engineering including building envelope and energy management.
Throughout his career Ian has successfully delivered over $3.5B of major development/construction projects the majority of which have been delivered through the construction management and design build methods of project delivery. Ian has consistently demonstrated his abilities in Human Resource Leadership, Marketing & Business Development, Project and Development Management and Organizational Renewal. He represents organizations with professionalism and with a commitment to excellence in all areas of accountability.
35 Years of Experience
B.Sc. and M.Sc.degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta in Edmonton
- Board Member, Homeward Trust
- Past Chairman of the Board, Edmonton Downtown Development Corporation
- Board Member, Edmonton Construction Association
- Board Member, Architects and Engineers Joint Board of Practice