A lifelong Edmontonian, Kevin began his real estate career in 1991 at Avison Young after receiving his bachelor of commerce degree from the University of Alberta. During his 13-year career at Avison Young, Kevin sold in excess of $500 million of investment property.
In 2003, Kevin joined WAM Development Group as vice-president of Investments and was responsible for the acquisition, leasing and disposition of more than 750,000 sq. ft. of office space, and the development, leasing and sale of 800,000 sq. ft. of industrial, 250,000 sq. ft. of retail and 500 acres of industrial development land. During his seven years at WAM, Kevin was responsible for projects totaling $525 million.
In early 2010, Kevin left WAM to set up Pangman Development Corporation. Kevin believed there was a need for a high-quality development company focused on transformative Edmonton projects. Pangman is dedicated to building a portfolio of revenue producing assets through development and value add as well as acquisition.
Pangman continues to grow within the Edmonton marketplace and recently completed a city-shaping project – Enbridge Centre. Built on the same site as the iconic Kelly Ramsey Building, the Enbridge Centre is the first AA office tower to be constructed in Edmonton’s financial core in more than 25 years. Construction is currently underway on a new property called Augustana. This is a mixed-use development consisting of a slim 30-storey high-rise apartment building with 240 units and retail in the podium.
Today Pangman has total assets owned and under development of more than $600 million.