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13 Things You Need to Know This Morning

13 Things You Need to Know This Morning

What You Don’t Know About Bryant Foulger

Photo: At yesterday's Bisnow Private Equity Summit, comparing FitBits with Andrea Drasites of Blackstone.
Title: Managing principal, Foulger Pratt
Company: 300-employees, founded 1963, current portfolio of 4M SF office, 700k SF retail, 3,000 multifamily units; develop, design, build, property manage, and other building services.
Most memorable project: Redeveloped downtown Silver Spring with Peterson Cos. 
Hometown: DC.
Age: 59.
School: Brigham Young.
First job: At 12, skipped summer camp to work as laborer on a house that dad was building. "That was daycare in the 60s." 
Job you'd like to have in another life: Marine archeologist.
Person (living or dead) you'd like to meet: Winston Churchill.
One of your daily habits: Read every morning and exercise – alternate between cardio and weight training.
Favorite music group and song: Eagles - Hotel California.
Favorite books: John Adams by David McCullough; The Last Lion by William Manchester; and Lincoln by Carl Sandburg.
Favorite movie: Chariots of Fire (1981).
Favorite vacation: Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.; Alta, Utah.
One item on your bucket list: Take racing course with open wheel race car.
Family facts: Married 36 years to Marianne; six children; and 9.5 grandchildren. (Next one due October.) 
Hobbies: Golf, skiing; hanging out with grandkids.


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