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Christopher J Wein : President of Lanterra Construction Management Services and Chief Operating Officer of Lanterra Developments

Mark Mandelbaum and Barry Fenton are proud to announce that Christopher Wein has joined us at Lanterra Developments.

Christopher was previously President of Great Gulf Residential and in that capacity contributed greatly to the growth of the company in Canada and the United States. As a leader in the community Christopher is currently Chair of Prostate Cancer Canada, Chair of the Design Exchange and Governor of the North York General Hospital Foundation. Christopher has enjoyed a long and extensive development career, holding senior leadership positions in major Canadian real estate companies.

Christopher will assume the position of President of Lanterra Construction Management Services and Chief Operating Officer of Lanterra Developments. In that capacity, Christopher will be involved in many facets relating to the operations of Lanterra and will play a central role together with Mark and Barry in the future growth of the company. Both Mark and Barry will continue their respective roles in the company and together with Christopher will allow Lanterra to position itself for future prosperity.

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