Jon Sylvie has developed a prestigious résumé of experience in project and program management for military healthcare and research facilities, including oversight of more than $2.3 billion in design and construction of medical facilities during his service as Program Manager for the U.S. Army Surgeon General. Today, he applies this knowledge to projects at Page, where he is responsible for project management of federal, civic, education, and healthcare projects, as well as business development in those market sectors.
Jon’s exemplary performance in the military earned him the designation of Distinguished Member of the Army Medical Department. He was also awarded the Order of Military Medical Merit for demonstrating an outstanding degree of professional competence and having made a sustained contribution to the betterment of Army medicine. Jon was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for service as Chief of Health Facilities for Multinational Forces-Iraq while stationed in Baghdad from 25 to 26. Upon retiring from the Army in 2012, Jon was honored with the Legion of Merit in acknowledgment of exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services over the course of his career. He brings the same skills and focus to Page.
In addition, he has authored refereed journal articles and participated in numerous conference presentations on various aspects of military healthcare facilities. Jon has also taught undergraduate and graduate-level courses at Trinity University in San Antonio, both in the Department of Business Administration and the Department of Health Care Administration.