As Vice President, Edward Ryan is responsible for guiding many aspects of LandTek’s growth in the athletic facility construction industry. With over three decades experience in construction, Edward has provided invaluable knowledge and insight into the construction of thousands of projects throughout the east coast. He has been instrumental in the establishment and development of the Synthetic Division of The LandTek Group and has garnered an excellent reputation within the industry. Edward attended SUNY Farmingdale and Rutgers University, studying horticulture, construction and consulting.
As Vice President, Edward strives to maintain LandTek’s exemplary reputation in the athletic facility construction industry. His main duties include overseeing the estimating department and managing all quotes and proposals. He personally oversees all athletic construction projects taken on by The LandTek Group, ensuring that projects meet the highest standards and maintain quality control. In keeping LandTek at the cutting edge of innovation, Edward also performs research and provides insight on new equipment and construction methods.
Edward has personally been involved in the bidding and award of over a quarter billion dollars’ worth of sports field construction projects throughout the east coast. Edward has also been instrumental in securing many high profile projects, and was responsible for The LandTek Group being awarded its first project with a professional sports team.
• SUNY Farmingdale, Farmingdale, NY
• Rutger’s University, New Brunswick, NJ
• Multiple Fields Town of Oyster Bay – Nassau County, N.Y.
• Multiple Fields Town of Babylon – Suffolk County, N.Y.
• Multiple fields Town of Brookhaven – Suffolk County, N.Y.
• Synthetic soccer fields – Town of Smithtown – Suffolk County, N.Y.
• Synthetic Softball/Softball field – Town of Hempstead – Nassau County, N.Y.
• Numerous projects for the Diocese of Rockville Centre, N.Y.
• Multiple High School and College Athletic Fields located in Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester Counties and Staten Island.