Paul E. Landry

senior vice president, Redevelopment and chief project officer for the St. Paul's Redevelopment Project.

Paul Landry was appointed Senior Vice President-Redevelopment and Chief Project Officer for the St. Paul’s Redevelopment Project, in April 2016.

Paul brings to PHC over 25+ years’ experience in strategic health facility planning and major hospital redevelopment projects. As a visionary leader he is recognized for developing and mobilizing a high performing redevelopment team to plan and implement projects, proactive and progressive project management, partnership development and win-win negotiations between public authorities and private sector developers. He has a passion for leading complex redevelopment projects.

Prior to joining PHC, Paul was the Chief Project Officer of the new University of Montreal Health Centre (CHUM),a $3.5 billion academic medical centre redevelopment project undertaken in two separate P3 procurement contracts and spanning three phases of construction over a 10 year period. As the senior management representative he led the procurement process for the P3 hospital complex and was responsible for the overall project budget as well as all planning phases and construction oversight activities. He also directed the planning and procurement process for an equipment budget of $212 million and an equipment transfer plan of $90 million.

Paul has held several senior management positions in Ontario, including the roles of: Executive Director of the North Bay Regional Health Centre Project (2000 –2008) and Project Director for the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre at the University Health Network in Toronto (1989–1997).

Paul has a Master of Health Science degree (Health Administration) from the University of Toronto, a Graduate Diploma in Institutional Administration from Concordia University (Montreal), and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics (with distinction) from Brock University (St. Catharines).