Empire Communities Promotes New COO, Tim Royds

(MENAFNEditorial) VAUGHAN, ON, Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Empire Communities, one of Canada's largest homebuilders, is pleased to announce that Tim Royds has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer ("COO") effective Monday, September 4, 2017.

Empire Communities, one of Canada's largest homebuilders, is pleased to announce that Brent Forrest has been promoted to VP, Finance & Acquisitions effective Monday, September 4, 2017. (CNW Group/Empire Communities) "Tim's extensive experience in the real estate industry and his history of working across many aspects of Empire's business make him the ideal leader to oversee the day to day activities of Empire Communities' operations," says Daniel Guizzetti, Co-Founder, CEO and President of Empire Communities."We are excited about the transition to this new organizational structure as it will allow the company to continue to grow."

Tim Royds joined the Empire team in April 2013 as VP, Finance and has over 15 years of corporate finance and construction management experience. Mr. Royds holds a B.A. from Dalhousie University and MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University.

Empire Communities
Empire () builds vibrant low-rise and high-rise communities across Southwestern Ontario, the GTA and Houston, Texas.Founded in 1993, Empire has built over 10,000 new homes and condos, combining innovative energy-saving features with designs that make luxury living more affordable. Today, Empire is one of the largest homebuilders in Canada, with over 100 awards for their communities, customer service and dedication to green building.

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