Bryant F. Foulger

Bryant Foulger has been a Principal of the Foulger-Pratt Companies for over thirty years and has been active in real estate development for over thirty-two years.  Mr. Foulger was named Managing Principal/Chairman in June 2010. Foulger-Pratt is a commercial real estate development and asset management company that was founded over 50 years ago.  Mr. Foulger is actively engaged in governance of all Foulger-Pratt operating companies and properties.

Foulger-Pratt has developed and/or acquired over 70 commercial real estate properties containing over 15 million square feet and valued at over $2.9 billion, including: Downtown Silver Spring in Silver Spring, Maryland; Park Potomac in Potomac, Maryland; the NOAA Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland; Crossroads Plaza in Salt Lake City, Utah; the headquarters of The Nature Conservancy in Arlington, Virginia; the Georgia Avenue Walmart, (the first to open in the District of Columbia); Blackwell Office Park in Rockville, Maryland; Milestone Business Park in Germantown, Maryland; Hunters Branch Office Park in Vienna, Virginia; and many other successful and influential projects. Foulger-Pratt has been a pioneer in “green” building development, construction, management, and cleaning, and is one of the top 40 purchasers of wind power in the U.S.  Foulger-Pratt has been named one of the top ten most influential forces in the Washington D.C. real estate market.

Currently, Foulger-Pratt has over $2 billion of projects under development, including:

Mr. Foulger was named “Montgomery County Business Leader of the Year” for 2003 by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.  He and his brother Clayton were named Washington area “Trendsetters of the Year” in the 2004 Trendlines Conference.

Mr. Foulger is active in community and church affairs.  He is a member of Governor Larry Hogan’s Transition Team, the Mayo Clinic Greater D.C. Leadership Council, the Montgomery Business Development Corporation, the Maryland Comptroller’s Business Advisory Panel, the WMATA Joint Development Task Force, and is a Trustee Emeritus of the Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland.  He completed a two-year volunteer mission for his church in Bogota, Colombia.  He attended Brigham Young University, and he and his wife Marianne are the proud parents of six children and ten grandchildren.