As a Condominium Manager, Natalie Santos has developed a unique perspective overseeing the operations of a demanding, modern-day condominium with an abundance of industry knowledge and building maintenance expertise. With a career spanning over a decade between 2010 to 2022, employed within two distinguished property management companies, Natalie’s team-oriented nature, determination and definitive communication has led her to successfully operate an impressive 1500 units at six sites all the while increasing work productivity among her staff through an energetic atmosphere.
Natalie’s proficiency is in building operations, budgetary management and coordinating with talented teams of engineers, lawyers and building developers. She’s never evaded conducting conflict resolution in relation to her managerial projects and building operations. She is an accomplished licensed Condominium Manager in Ontario, certified in Project Management with the University of Toronto and has successfully completed two Blueprint Analysis for Construction courses with George Brown College. Natalie’s pride and satisfaction emanates from the ability to help others in her community with her array of qualifications and skills.
Richard Ramos is an accomplished project management professional and planner with 20 years of experience in construction management and land development. His extensive background ranges from the initial municipal planning stages, right through to budget management in all phases of construction. He is a graduate from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Architecture, and is a qualified examiner for the Ontario Building Code. He also holds a professional project manager designation in the construction industry, and has been a member since 2009. From 2000 to 2007, Richard was employed with several credited architectural firms, as a senior architectural consultant and planner for proposed residential, commercial, and industrial construction projects. He has been responsible for project management from the ground-breaking stage through to completion, while controlling budgets and schedules. From 2008 to 2014, Richard held the position of senior project manager with the York Catholic District School Board to oversee the construction of all new elementary and secondary schools, while maintaining an annual budget of over $80 million in construction costs.