After Alan received his Masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Ottawa, he spent a few years as an associate at Sheaffer's Engineering before his drive for entrepreneurship caught up to him and he started an engineering consulting firm called Greenland.
In conjunction with this land development consulting group, he also expanded his breadth of knowledge to the planning and construction of new homes.
Since the inception of Greenvilla in 1994 Alan has overseen the construction of over 16 built subdivisions, the approval of over 4500 lots, and been involved in over $260,000,000 worth of construction.
An avid golfer, Alan is also highly involved as the Vice President of the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto, and has donated a significant amount of time and resources to this organization due to his passion to promote and preserve Chinese culture in Canada.
Andrea's Bachelors and Masters degree in Architecture from the University of Waterloo have allowed her to approach Building and Developing with a different perspective from the norm. After working for a number of large architectural firms in Toronto, Andrea lends her expertise to the Planning and management side of the company.
Andrea is a member of the BILD Membership Committee and is actively involved in the organization in an effort to improve and expand female representation in the building industry.
When not in the office, Andrea can be found walking her goldendoodle Gemma, or engaging in some competitive court volleyball.
As a former RBC manager, Paul brings with him a bevy of knowledge on the successful procurement and management of construction loans and mortgages critical to the development process.
Paul's keen sense of budgeting and scheduling make him an essential part of this team. On top of that, he is heavily relied on to oversee contracts, legal agreements, and proposals to ensure that Greenvilla is in the best position to carry out our services.
Whether by choice or by fate, Paul has himself become quite the handyman and can be found in the garage or backyard working on the next home improvement project.