Mr. Healy is responsible for overseeing all development and construction activities including
assistance in the identification of and technical support for acquisitions, entitlements and approvals,
administration procedures, and management of civic relations.

Mr. Healy has over 20 years of experience in commercial construction, real estate development, and asset
management; in which, Mr. Healy has held a variety of field, operational, and managerial positions. He began
his professional career with Skanska USA Building by learning all aspects of the commercial construction
industry and working in positions of Project Engineer, Senior Project Engineer, Project Manager and
Superintendent. While at Skanska, Mr. Healy was involved with pre-construction / conceptual construction
efforts that helped lead Skanska to the award of the MetLife Stadium in Rutherford NJ. Lending to his diverse
background were subsequent leadership positions with Rockefeller Group Development Corporation, Avison
Young Project Management USA, LLC, Cushman & Wakefield of Texas, and Medistar Development

At Rockefeller, Mr. Healy was the Regional Director of Design and Construction, in which he was responsible
for the groups day to day operations, conceptual planning and building design, lease work letter negotiations,
entitlements, approvals, and hiring and managing consultants and contractors for the national development
portfolio. At Rockefeller, Mr. Healy was on the team which studied reclaiming brownfield sites for future
mixed use projects which included sports and recreation facilities. Also at Rockefeller, Mr. Healy was involved
in acquisitions, repositioning, and disposition of real estate assets nationwide.

More recently Mr. Healy served as Vice President – Development & Acquisitions for Medistar Development
Corporation. In this capacity, Mr. Healy was responsible for several large scale mixed use green field
development projects in the Texas market. Master planning of these projects included sports complexes,
retail, live entertainment, restaurants, and a boardwalk district that required significant civic support.

Sports Related Construction Experience