Founder and Managing Director of Excelsior Land Limited, Eoin is responsible for all property related matters. With a Phd and degrees in Structural and Civil Engineering, Eoin ensures all of the projects Excelsior Land manage are delivered to an exceptional standard. Eoin is able to analyse designs and drawings to ensure the best possible structurally viable project is delivered while always keeping in mind cost efficiency.
Eoin is the principal Site Manager for our business and oversees all projects from inception to completion.
As part of the development and investment side of the business, Eoin sources land, manages the planning process and places investor’s equity including securing debt funding for projects.
Previously 5 years as Board Director at The Opes Group, Eoin created and managed residential and commercial portfolios with a GDV of £330m. He played a leading role in the acquisition of Courtyard Property Group; a residential construction company providing housing for over 55′s.
Eoin has successfully completed in excess of 200 projects with over 360 assets.
Largest project managed: £65m
PhD in Civil Engineering, degrees in Maths and Engineering
Joint founder and Finance Director, Katie is responsible for the corporate side of the business, cost analysis, quality control and Interior Design. Katie ensures projects are completed to the highest standard using the most cost efficient materials. An expert in performance measurement, Katie ensures transparent returns are available for our investors.
Responsible for the interior design and purchasing finishing materials for the developments, Katie ensures quality control is kept to a high standard by personally snagging each project. As Financial Director of the business, Katie ensures projects are running to the agreed budget and timeline set.
Previously UK Head of Business Development at IPD (Investment Property Databank) Ltd, responsible for building a sales team and introducing commercial awareness into the business. Formerly Director at Propex Ltd where Katie played a key role in the sale of the business to CoStar for £11m in 2007.