Malcom Patten

Malcom Patten

Malcom Patten

Malcolm Patten offers 35+ years of experience managing the design, entitlement, and construction of industrial and real estate development projects. He began his professional career with Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. in 1973 in Boston, MA and subsequently gained construction management experience on industrial construction in Florida, Vermont, New Mexico, Arizona, and California. Experience included construction engineering, site management and supervision, estimating and cost management, contracts, schedule, client communications, quality control, compliance, and safety

In 1985, Mr. Patten transitioned to real estate development project management starting with Kitchell and Lyle Anderson on the initial phases of Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona. Over the next 20+ years, he was a Sr. Vice President of Development on Lyle Anderson’s Las Campanas project in Santa Fe, Superstition Mountain in Arizona, and Hokulia in Hawaii. Mr. Patten also managed phases of the Kukuiula Project on Kuai and The Big Island Country Club and Makalei Golf Course on the Big Island. Mr. Patten’s real estate development experience includes over a thousand residential lots, hundreds of miles of streets, highways, and utilities, 8+ championship golf courses, over 100,000 square feet of high end clubhouse and amenity facilities, water and wastewater facilities, streetscapes and landscaping. Management responsibilities spanned from concept through design, entitlement, construction and start-up to turnover to the members. He interfaced with the developer and lenders and managed planners, designers, architects and engineers, regulatory agencies, and contractors.

Mr. Patten holds a bachelors degree in civil engineering from Tufts University. He has held Professional Engineering registrations in Florida, Vermont and New Mexico. He holds General Engineering and General Contracting Licenses in Arizona. Mr. Patten is a LEED ® Accredited Professional.

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