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Ben Fisher, Dipl. Eng. Tech., BURPl, RI

Principal

Vice President Development

Ben Fisher has been actively involved in real estate development for over 15-years diversifying most his experience working for reputable international real estate developers including: Brookfield Properties, Mattamy Homes, Cressey Development Group and Mosaic Homes. The latter half of Mr. Fisher’s experience has been focused towards private-sector development management and urban planning, leading complex development proposals through the municipal approval process to construction completion and final turn-over engaging in land acquisitions, project conceptualization, market analysis, development, marketing, sales, leasing and construction management, to successfully deliver a wide array of building typologies.

 

As VP Development, Ben's efforts focus on overseeing and executing all development plans from a strategic level. Ben is responsible for managing company-owned properties, joint venture projects and any development management or urban planning services Dunhill provides to relevant companies, partners or clients throughout the development process.

    

Mr. Fisher holds professional memberships with the Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC), Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia (REIBC). Ben volunteers his time by serving on the Urban Development Institute’s (UDI) Pacific Region U40 Executive Committee. When previous employed in Victoria, BC, Ben generously volunteered his time serving on both UDI’s Capital Region Board of Directors and UDI’s Government and Community Relations Committee concurrently for a couple years.   

 

Ben holds a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning from Ryerson University, an Advanced College Diploma in Construction Engineering Technology Management with Honours from George Brown College, and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management with Honours from the University of British Columbia.