Aimbridge Hospitality Hires Wade Fischer as Senior Vice President of Project Management

USA , Dallas , Texas. October 25, 2018

Aimbridge Hospitality is pleased to announce that Wade Fischer has been hired as their new Senior Vice President of Project Management.

Fischer comes to Aimbridge Hospitality with over 20 years in hospitality focused development and project management. Most recently, Fischer served as the Chief Operating Officer and partner of Brine Wells Development, where he focused on re-adapt hospitality developments. Prior to Brine Wells Development, Fischer served as the Vice President of Design and Construction at Pyramid Hotel Group where he oversaw several high-profile projects from Hawaii to Florida, and as the Project Director at CNL Hotels & Resorts.

In this new role, Fischer will be responsible for Aimbridge's design development, project management, capital management and global purchasing teams.

"What an honor it is to bring such a seasoned professional in project management to the Aimbridge team," said Robert Burg, President and COO of Aimbridge Hospitality. "His extensive experience and leadership skills are sure to be an asset to our team and will help continue the success of Aimbridge Hospitality."


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