In 2014, Greg Lang joined Skye Group as Vice President of our Canadian Operations after the Skye team expanded north of the US border in 2013.  Greg brings over 30 years of retail development, construction management, and client management background to Skye’s Canadian projects as well as select projects in the US. In addition to expanding our Canadian staff and client base, Greg also joined the Vaughan Mills Expansion field tenant coordination team for the fall 2014 50 store expansion of this super regional center just north of Toronto.

Greg led the Skye team’s eight person Tenant Coordination team for the fall 2015 Grand Opening of Steiner + Associate’s 150 store mixed use development, Liberty Center in Cincinnati, OH. At over 1.1 million square feet on a 65 acre site, Liberty Center includes Dillard’s, Cobb Cinebistro, Dick’s Sporting Goods, 75,000 square feet of Class A Office, 62,000 square feet of restaurant and dining, 240 upscale residential units, and a 150-key Marriott branded hotel. Greg led our team efforts including lease exhibit review, estimates, tenant a/e communication, field tenant coordination and team management.

In 1992, Greg founded The Stanchion Group Ltd to provide expert 3rd party construction management services to Landlords and Tenants in the US and Canada. For over 22 successful years, the Stanchion Group focused on providing outsource project management services to expanding retail tenants such as Bed, Bath and Beyond, Banana Republic, Gap, Old Navy, Party Packagers(now Party City), The Body Shop, EB Games, Hallmark Cards, and Payless Shoe Source.

Greg began his career in the commercial construction industry with Bramalea Limited of Toronto (and then later its renamed shopping centre division of Trilea) as a Tenant Coordinator in 1985. Greg then was promoted to a Project Manager in 1987-1989, then again to Director of Tenant Coordination in 1990
and then finally to Director of Development in 1991 prior to the dissolution of the company.

Greg studied construction management at Fans awe College in London Ontario 1979-1982, and business at York University 1982-1985. Greg lives north of Toronto in a home that he designed and built for his family.