Bryan Jordan promoted to Senior Project Manager at Grand Canyon Development Partners


LAS VEGAS —Grand Canyon Development Partners, a full-service Las Vegas-based project management firm, has announced the promotion of Bryan Jordan to senior project manager. Jordan has been with the Leading Company for almost two years, previously serving as a Project Manager and offering over 26 years of experience in the construction and subcontracting industries.

In his new role, Jordan will continue to oversee the direction of several important projects. Very diverse in his experience, Jordan offers Grand Canyon development partners in-depth knowledge of many different aspects of the industry. He was previously responsible for materiel management, land acquisition, financial management and employee training.

During his 26 years of construction management and leadership experience, Jordan previously held several executive positions, eventually becoming Vice President of Operations at Town & Country Homes, Executive Vice President at Richmond American Homes, Director of operations for PKPG Companies, INC., as as well as President of Main Street Building Group.

Jordan holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and technology from Western Illinois University.

About Grand Canyon Development Partners

Grand Canyon Development Partners is a full-service project management company providing experienced leadership and expertise to real estate developers, retailers and entrepreneurs in the Southwest. Its main goal is to help people develop and build successful projects. GCDP is made up of development and construction professionals who have over 100 years of combined experience in design and engineering firms, developers and contractors. The team’s extensive experience provides them with a unique ability to fully understand what is essential to their clients and their business, while also having an idea of ​​what it takes to make a project successful, from feasibility to design and to authorization, through construction and turnover to tenants. For more information on Grand Canyon development partners, visit


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