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Paul Hopkins

CPI Capital

Director of Acquisitions & Asset Management

Job Functions: Acquisitions & Dispositions, Asset Management


Paul Hopkins is responsible for sourcing, underwriting, and negotiating the acquisitions of multifamily assets across the sunbelt states. In addition to his acquisition responsibilities, Paul oversees asset management, ensuring the successful execution of CPI Capital’s wealth creation process.

Paul has 17+ years in the construction industry, and 7+ years in the real estate acquisition, reposition and development business. Prior to joining CPI Capital, Paul consulted for a private equity multifamily and condo development real estate investment company. During this time, he handled all aspects of acquisition, underwriting, financial analysis, due diligence, asset management, investor distributions, monthly investor reporting, development and construction on multifamily assets. This included new ground-up developments and repositioning assets through redevelopment efforts. Paul has also been a construction engineering consultant to heavy civil contractors working on signature bridge structures in North America, including the Peace River Bridge, Pattullo Bridge and Massey Tunnel Replacement Project. Prior to his position as a consultant, Paul was an operation manager on a $2B Design-Build Infrastructure Project in Vancouver, British Columbia, with a heavy civil contractor, Flatiron Constructors, Inc. Paul led a team of engineers and contractors and was responsible for contractual relationships with engineering consultants, sub-contractor RFP, selections of vendors, budget estimating, forecasting, project scheduling, user coordination, and overall project delivery. Paul spent his entire construction career on Design-Build and Public-Private-Partnership (P3) projects in the US and Canada where Paul led the engineering coordination with some of the largest design consultants in North America to build and successfully delivered multi-million and multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects.

Paul always placed himself into a role which was challenging and on the critical path of each project. Starting off as a field engineer on the world’s first ever horizontally curved incrementally launched bridge, to being the cable stay and deck erection superintendent of the worlds widest, and North Americas second largest cable stay bridge.