Mattamy Homes installs new VP for Sustainable Development

Mattamy Homes installs new VP for Sustainable Development

Mattamy Homes installs new VP for Sustainable Development The largest privately owned home builder in Canada and the United States has just announced the latest addition to its array of high-powered executives.
 
In a January 23 CNW press release, Mattamy Homes presented Subhi Alsayed as its newest Vice President for Sustainable Development.
 
“In this newly created role, Subhi will be responsible for working with Mattamy’s leadership team and others to investigate and implement strategies that will make the company a leader in this area,” according to the company’s news release.
 
Subhi, who holds over two decades of industry experience in Canada and abroad, is a Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional, and a Certified Energy Manager. He specializes in technology adoption, marketing strategy and finance models, and is acknowledged as an industry expert in sustainable, Net Zero, resilient buildings.
 
“Throughout his career, Subhi has focused on building strong business cases for change, and finding innovative ways of introducing and ‘de-risking’ new methods and technologies,” Mattamy Homes founder and CEO Peter Gilgan stated. “His extensive technical and business skills and varied background will serve Mattamy well as we embark on an exciting journey to position ourselves as an innovator and industry leader in sustainable development.”
 
“I am excited to join Mattamy Homes, the North American leader in developing quality homes and communities,” Subhi said. “What's unique about this opportunity is it allows me to work under supportive, dedicated leadership with the vision and determination to transform the industry while keeping customers’ best interests at heart.”