Brian Reich brings significant professionalism to Piper’s Landing. In 2006-2007, Brian managed the $4 million+ redesign of our Joe Lee golf course by Gene Bates and the installation of our first lighted tennis court. At the same time, we also resurfaced our 6.7miles of roads ($950,000) and remodeled our new 49-slip private yacht basin (at a cost of over $1 million). He has firmly put his positive stamp on our Club and community. Open communication is his forte. Bringing guests to the Club for dinner? Brian will be there with an enthusiastic “Hello!” Do your visitors have questions about the area or assistance in planning a special event? Brian has the expertise to assist them. Did we overlook something that would make the Club better? Brian is always willing to listen and take action.
Of importance are Brian’s financial skills, creating budgets that he and his staff can work with and deliver. Fiscal responsibility is his keynote. Professionalism is his mantra. Making sure our needs are met is his pride. If you visit, you must take a minute to meet him….he’ll be one more reason you decide to move here!
Brian grew up in New York City and, while in high school, began his hospitality career as a prep cook in a neighborhood Italian bistro. He graduated from Wagner College on Staten Island with a B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting.
With nearly 30 years in the hospitality industry, Brian is a Certified Club Manager (CCM) and a Licensed Community Association Manager (LCAM). He managed Eastpointe Country Club, Broken Sound Club, and The Clubs at Williams Island before coming to Piper’s Landing. He and his wife, Maria, live in Stuart and have two children. His son studies law at Florida Coastal Law School in Jacksonville, while his daughter graduated with a law degree from the University of Florida and is currently practicing in the local area.
Please write Brian with any questions you may have on our contact us page or call him at (772) 283-7000.
Anthony Williams was born in Martin County and has extensive training at various area country clubs, including serving as Executive Chef at Pelican Yacht Club. He's terrific! When we have reciprocal dining, members from neighboring clubs always fill our dining room. Why? Because of Anthony! His gourmet table spreads are known for making food come to life, stemming from his motto that "A heart full of passion for food isn’t enough—dedication is what will make it phenomenal.” Important, too, is his on-going education to stay current with food ideas. He's uncommon among most chefs in his genuine desire to listen to what members have to say and work to give them what they desire.
Piper's Landing property spans 625 acres. Community Maintenance is managed by Jonathan Martin, a native of Martin County who attends night school to continue his education. Jonathan will be one of the first people to greet you, should you move to Piper's. His crew of seven takes care of our 42 acres of ponds consisting of 29 lakes, 6.7 miles of roads, 48.5 acres of wetlands and all 6 community pools. He is assisted by Valley Crest Landscaping which mows our grass, trims our trees and, in general, keeps everything neat and tidy. Each member pays an annual pre-determined Property Owner's Association fee to defray the costs associated with keeping our neighborhood wonderfully manicured, exceptionally clean and a pleasure to live in.
Seeking employment at Piper's? If you’re interested, the interview process is quite rigorous. All applicants must pass a drug test and a criminal background check.
Here’s what we look for: Experience at a Country Club or fine dining establishment. You must be flexible in scheduling of days and hours, have a positive attitude and be a good team player, willing to help in all aspects of the department in which you wish to work.
We have a very intensive training program that covers all details of service excellence. Our positive membership satisfaction rating is over 99%.
Attitude is as important as the technical skills required. We can teach you to serve from the left and clear from the right, but a positive “can do” attitude and willingness to go the extra mile is a character trait that can’t be taught.
If you feel confident that you are the right fit for Piper’s and are interested in a position in a great work environment, please call or contact us.