As Executive Vice President, Bryant Nail oversees all mixed-use, high-density urban development projects for PM Realty Group (PMRG).
Mr. Nail brings more than 20 years of experience in real estate development, not only in high-density urban development but also in retail, office and the hospitality industry.
Prior to joining PMRG, Mr. Nail served as Partner and Vice President of Development for Amicus Partners, Ltd. where he was responsible for all aspects of mid to high-rise residential development projects in Addison Circle, Dallas, Houston, and Plano. Among the notable projects he worked on is the Eastside Village development, a four-story wood frame project adjacent to the Downtown Plano DART Station.
Before Amicus Partners, Ltd., Mr. Nail worked for Post Properties, a publicly-traded REIT based in Atlanta, as Vice President of Development in the Western region, encompassing all aspects of real estate development, including land acquisitions, financing, political interface, design and construction, property development, as well as leasing and marketing. He was responsible for development projects in Jackson, Mississippi, Dallas, Addison, and Denver, Colorado; including the highly received and awarded new mixed-use community, Addison Circle Phases I and II, in Addison, Texas, and the St. Luke's hospital site development in Denver. Both prospects were public private partnerships where the municipalities contributed over $20 million for infrastructure to support the developments.
Mr. Nail is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and its Urban Revitalization Council, The Real Estate Council (TREC) of Dallas and serves on the board of directors for the Addison Business Association.
In the role of Senior Vice President of Development and Investments, Mr. Smith generates national investment and development opportunities and complex acquisition and disposition strategies for PM Realty Group. Mr. Smith additionally executes development related initiatives and oversees the asset management function for PMRG’s healthcare division.
Mr. Smith’s prior experience most recently includes over ten years of healthcare development and investments with both Quorum Equities and Edge Realty Partners.
Smith came to PMRG having advised on a broad range of strategic issues, including healthcare/commercial development, joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions and the restructuring and divestiture of numerous assets. His assignments have included Fortune 500 companies as well as major healthcare systems including Yahoo, Target, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Neiman Marcus and Costco; Texas Health Resources, Baylor Healthcare System and Tenet Healthcare Corporation, representing an aggregate principal amount of over $1 billion.
Mr. Smith holds a dual BBA in Finance/International Business from Baylor University.
Peter Phillips assumes the position of Senior Vice President, Development and Construction Services and will oversee the execution of PMRG’s healthcare initiatives in the acute/sub-acute hospital sectors, medical office and outpatient facilities.
Previously, Mr. Phillips served as Vice President and Director of Construction Management for eight years at HealthCap and its predecessor entity.
During Mr. Phillips prior tenure, he has successfully managed the delivery of 24 healthcare developments, in 12 states, consisting of over one million square feet with collective budgets in excess of $300 million. These projects include general acute care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, long term acute care hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, medical office buildings, and assisted living and memory care communities.
Mr. Phillips holds a Master of Finance and a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
As Vice President of Development and Construction Services for PMRG’s Dallas Development Team, Chad Suitonu primary focus is specifically on Healthcare.
In this capacity, Mr. Suitonu is responsible for directing and overseeing the development and construction of several PMRG medical developments with current construction budgets exceeding $40,000,000. Additional responsibilities include project management for ground-up shell construction, retrofits and tenant improvements.
Prior to joining PMRG, Mr. Suitonu spent the last five years working in the Dallas market in a project manager capacity for both Newmark Grubb Knight Frank/Fortis and Turner Construction Company. In addition to his construction experience, Suitonu brings a strong leadership background to PMRG. From 1999-2008, he served as a member of the US Army Corps of Engineers where he last served as a Company Commander in Afghanistan.
He holds a B.S. in Operations Research from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY; a Master’s Degree in Public Policy & Administration from the University of Missouri; and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
As Director of Communications, Paula Boyles manages the marketing and public relations efforts of PMRG’s development team, providing direction and preparation of proposals, reports and presentations. Ms. Boyles is an integral member of the medical leasing team and has worked on the successful lease-up of over 300,000 square feet in the DFW area. Additionally, she is responsible for the design, establishment, and maintenance of an organizational structure to effectively accomplish the goals and objectives of PMRG’s development team.
Ms. Boyles brings more than 10 years of experience in commercial real estate and development services. Her marketing and management background includes directing and managing cross-functional teams; leading both support and sales professionals; interfacing with physicians, investors and Fortune 50 CEOs; developing metrics for client satisfaction within multi-unit organizations and implementing practices and procedures to ensure their attainability.
Prior to joining PMRG, Ms. Boyles served as Director of Operations for another regional development firm where she was responsible for directing, managing, and implementing the key business strategies.