VICE PRESIDENT, CONSTRUCTION
Edmond T. Landry has held his position as Vice President of Construction at First Bristol Corporation since January of 1987. During these 29+ years with the firm, he has served as the owner’s representative and supervised the design and construction of 10 shopping centers (1.4 million square feet), residential developments, high rise luxury condominiums, and 8 hotel complexes. Edmond has also built and retrofitted office buildings representing 500,000 sf (half comprising of medical office tenants), all of which included tenant development from space design through production of Certificate of Occupancy. Among Edmond’s responsibilities are construction design review for efficiency and constructability, bid negotiations with contractors and construction managers, project supervision for time and cost, requisition review and change order negotiations, project financial status reports and construction contract compliance, as well as contract negotiations with various architects and engineers, as required for project production. Edmond manages First Bristol Corporation’s Construction Management Department, which currently oversees over the $50 million of Hospital, Medical Office Building and Hotel construction projects.
Previous employment responsibilities and experiences included complete turnkey design built projects, construction of numerous nursing home and housing for the elderly HUD and RIHMFC projects also specializing in historic preservation renovation projects. Prior to joining First Bristol Corporation, Edmond was Director of Plant Services at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. While maintaining normal support service operations, his departments constructed temporary space for and moved 42 hospital departments during a $100 million expansion and refurbishing project which included demolition of 5 buildings. Edmond holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Civil Engineering and Construction Management, a Rhode Island School of Design Certificate in Estimating and has taught a number of construction management/supervisory courses at Roger Williams college.