Ryan Young is responsible for overseeing portfolio wide renovations and value-add initiatives. Her main responsibilities include design and construction management associated with value-add projects, as it relates to interior design and architecture. In her current role, she carries out the following responsibilities: estimating and budgeting, project scoping, design development and management, bidding, contract administering, expenditure tracking, reporting, and cost analysis. In addition, she assists with the annual development of 5-year capital plans related to asset preservation and improvements.
During Ryan’s tenure at TriBridge, she has successfully participated in the reposition of more than a dozen assets across five states. These projects include interior unit renovations, amenity upgrades, common area upgrades, model upgrades, exterior building upgrades, energy/water saving upgrades, etc. She consistently coordinates and works with the property, site management, vendors, and contractors during the renovation cycle to ensure all renovations are executed at appropriate levels of quality, on time, and within budget, striving to satisfy owner investment goals and strategies.
Prior to joining TriBridge, Ryan spent 3 years working for an Atlanta based general contractor as a Project Manager overseeing design and construction processes for single family homes. Ryan graduated with Summa Cum Laude recognition from The Georgia Institute of Technology with a Master’s of Science degree in Building Construction and Facilities Management. In addition, she attended East Carolina University where she obtained Summa Cum Laude recognition with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Interior Design and a minor in Business Administration. She is an active member of the Atlanta Apartment Association and currently serves on the Association’s 2018 membership committee.
In her spare time, Ryan enjoys working on DIY projects for her new home, traveling, and spending time with her dog, Willis. She is currently studying for the Georgia General Contractor License (NASCLA Exam) and hopes to obtain licensing in 2018.