Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce



Tighe & Bond, a Northeast leader in engineering and environmental consulting, announced today that Douglas Landry, AICP has joined the firm as a vice president and leader for the firm’s real estate sector. He has 30 years of public and private sector experience, and will serve Tighe & Bond’s real estate development clients across the Northeast, working from the firm’s Westwood, Massachusetts office.

Landry’s career has been defined by his leadership on numerous high profile projects that include all facets of master planning, land development and transportation strategy, zoning, and environmental permitting. Representative projects include the WGBH headquarters in Boston; the Bristol-Myers Squibb large scale cell culture facility at Devens; the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Needham; the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield; and the China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) MBTA rail car manufacturing and assembly plant in Springfield.

"Doug’s ability to connect with clients and see their big picture goals will help us deliver higher level land use and development strategies to them in a way that reduces risk and streamlines project execution,” says David Pinsky, President and CEO of Tighe & Bond. "We are thrilled that he has joined our team.”

“The professionals at Tighe & Bond foster an extraordinary environment that values true teamwork and meaningful collaboration,” says Landry. “Clients have many choices in the marketplace, but multi-disciplinary teams that are motivated to work well together – and have fun doing it – offer distinct advantages for successful project outcomes. That’s what this company is all about.”

Landry serves on the national Board of Directors of NAIOP (the Commercial Real Estate Development Association) and the National Steering Committee for LOCUS Developers, a private sector-focused program of Smart Growth America. He was recently appointed to the Advisory Committee of Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs. He is also a member of the American Planning Association, the Urban Land Institute, and is an active participant with the Massachusetts Alliance for Economic Development (MassEcon). Landry received his Master of Urban Planning from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst.

Landry is a resident of Natick, Massachusetts, where he serves as an elected Town Meeting member and an appointed member of the Economic Development Committee. 

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