Sid Sanders is the Senior Vice President for Construction/Facilities Design and Real Estate Management at Houston Methodist. He is responsible for a $4 Billion capital construction program, oversees a multi-hundred million dollar real estate portfolio and a 2.3 million SF medical office building portfolio. Houston Methodist was named by ENR Texas-Louisiana as the 2015 Owner of the Year.
Prior to joining Methodist, Mr. Sanders served as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning and Construction for The University of Texas System where he was responsible for a $7.0 billion (in today’s $) capital construction program for UT System.
Mr. Sanders received a professional degree in Architecture from University of Texas at Austin in 1978, graduating w/ Honors and an MBA in Finance from University of Texas at Austin in 1990, graduating Beta Gamma Sigma.
Mr. Sanders is the co-author of the book “Program Management 2.0” published by Construction Management Association of America, concerning concepts and strategies for managing building programs. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, nationwide.
From 2005 to 2013 Mr. Sanders was an advisor to the Bush Library Foundation, assisting with the planning, design and construction of the George W. Bush Presidential Library.