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Understanding a business’s operations is the foundation to build upon and determine the appropriate solution. It all begins with the awareness that we are all in the same business: the business of people.
Ivan Petrovic
Senior Vice President, GGP, CSI, NCIDQ, IIDA


As a senior vice president at Plante Moran Realpoint (PMR), formerly Plante Moran Cresa, Ivan helps advise business owners with their capital planning and implementation. His goals are to ensure project needs are met and the project completes on time and within the budget. The majority of his client base is from the industrial and commercial sector, but he has also led projects in K-12, higher education, healthcare, retail, and entertainment.

Through developing clear processes around budget, schedule, and team management, Ivan acts as a principal liaison with our clients for the duration of their projects. He has the technical expertise in construction, real estate, and architecture to manage relationships with general contractors, architects, construction companies, municipal authorities, and financial institutions involved in the project. Amplifying this technical expertise is his passion for client service, which focuses on providing genuine help and guidance, so clients are satisfied with the outcomes of their projects.

With over 25 years of experience, Ivan has been involved in diverse architectural and construction projects. His career began with his family’s construction business in Canada and progressed as he developed design and technical skills with several major architecture firms, most recently with IBI Group. At IBI, Ivan was associate principal of design and architecture, responsible for business development, operations, quality control, and management.

Ivan has a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture from Lawrence Technical University. He also has a NCIDQ certification from the Council for Interior Design Qualifications and a Green Globes certification from the Green Building Initiative. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and has spoken on the topic of systemic solutions for the pandemic’s impacts on workplace, socialization, and well-being.