PCL adjusts senior leadership team in Toronto
By Adam FreillConstruction
Multi-disciplined construction company announces staffing changes as it focusses on expansion in Central and Eastern Canada.
The PCL family of companies recently announced several changes to its Toronto-based senior leadership team; moves the company says will position it for continued growth in support of its recent expansion into new geographical areas in Central and Eastern Canada.
Marc Pascoli has been appointed senior vice-president and district manager of PCL Toronto, assuming overall responsibilities for PCL’s operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario. Monique Buckberger continues in her role as vice-president and district manager. And Myke Badry transitions from his role as district manager in Regina to district manager in Toronto.
Pascoli succeeds Bruce Sonnenberg who has been promoted to regional vice-president, Central Canada, with responsibility for PCL operations in Winnipeg (overseeing Sudbury, Ont.) and in Ottawa (overseeing Atlantic Canada).
Sonnenberg shares the regional stage with Todd Craigen, president of Eastern Canada, who continues to have oversight of PCL’s Toronto and Montreal districts, and with Kris Hildebrand, president of Western Canada. Craigen and Sonnenberg will continue to be based out of PCL’s Toronto District Office.
“As a 100 per cent employee-owned company, our greatest asset is our people,” says Mike Wieninger, chief operating officer of the company’s Canadian Buildings and Civil operations. “Through succession planning, we are building strong integrated leadership across Canada at both the regional and district levels to drive consistent and reliable value to our clients, partners and communities.”