Chris Bourassa AMDP '09

Chris Bourassa is the Chief Operating Officer for Ledcor Properties Inc., as well as a member of the Executive Management Committee for The Ledcor Group of Companies, a large multi-disciplined organization with operating companies that include commercial, civil, infrastructure, industrial, mining, pipeline and fiber optic construction, in addition to air services, marine services and real estate investment and development. (

Mr. Bourassa has worked with the Ledcor Group for over 18 years, holding several keys positions in their Construction Group before joining Ledcor Properties Inc. in 2004. In his current role, he is responsible for providing leadership and management for the day to day operations of our real estate group. This includes strategic positioning, development management, acquisitions and divestitures. Ledcor Properties has developed a very diverse portfolio of assets. They include multi-family garden and high-rise residential, mixed-use residential, commercial, retail, resort and light industrial developments. Ledcor’s flagship projects are the Honua Kai Resort, a 1000 unit beach resort in Maui, Hawaii and the EPCOR Tower, a 725,000 s.f. LEED Gold office building in Edmonton, Alberta. Ledcor’s operations are geographically diverse with offices throughout Canada and the western United States, including Hawaii.

Aside from work, Mr. Bourassa volunteers his time with the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Development and Real Estate Committee and as a board member and coach with the Kerrisdale Soccer Association and Vancouver City Football Club.

Mr. Bourassa is an alumnus of the Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate (AMDP) at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, as well as a graduate of the Architectural Technology Program at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, Alberta. He has taken an apprenticeship in carpentry and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Mr. Bourassa has been awarded Gold Seal Certifications in both Project Management and Estimating from the Canadian Construction Association.