Ryan Oley is a Vice President of Development and Construction for the Southeast region at Crow Holdings Industrial. He joined the Atlanta office in 2020 where he is responsible for assembling of land, site due diligence, entitlements and governmental approvals, predevelopment, budgeting, managing design engineering teams and overseeing contractors and project schedules.
Prior to joining CHI, Ryan was the West Region Development Manager for CenterPoint Properties where he was responsible for overseeing developments in the Northern California and Seattle markets. Prior to CenterPoint, Ryan was a Project Manager for DCT Industrial Trust in Newport Beach, CA.
Ryan received an undergraduate degree, with honors, from the University of Southern California and holds a graduate degree in accounting and finance from the London School of Economics.
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