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PCL welcomes director of sustainability

By Adam Freill   

Construction Green Construction

Anton Pojasok has joined the company to drive PCL’s strategic sustainability plan and road map.

Anton Pojasok. (Photo courtesy of PCL Construction)

Anton Pojasok has joined PCL Construction as director of sustainability. Bringing more than 27 years of experience to the role, Pojasok will drive PCL’s strategic sustainability plan and road map, including goal tracking, value added expertise and a range of services provided to clients and project teams related to sustainable design and construction.

“Anton is a seasoned leader in the areas of climate resilience and environmental protection, leading sustainability programs for both the private and public sectors. He possesses a wealth of knowledge in sustainability measuring, tracking, reporting and climate risk mitigation,” said Dave Filipchuk, PCL’s president and CEO. “His deep experience will be essential as we extend our reputation as sustainability leaders and adapt and respond to climate change. We are proud to welcome him to the PCL team.”

“Joining PCL is an amazing opportunity to drive a sustainability program at one of North America’s top construction companies and align with clients in their climate action planning,” said Pojasok. “‘Less is more’ is the essence of sustainability, from early planning through construction and building operations, there are cost-effective ways to reduce a structure’s impact on the environment with enhanced returns on investment.”

Prior to joining PCL, Pojasok was vice-president of environmental management at Ontario Realty Corporation – Infrastructure Ontario, overseeing environmental compliance, sustainability and energy management programs for one of the largest real estate portfolios in Canada.


Pojasok will collaborate with both internal and external clients, partners and stakeholders to develop cost-effective strategies that support the design, construction and operation of quality projects that achieve the highest level of sustainability, focused on reduced energy consumption and achieving low-carbon targets. This work will include retrofits to existing buildings and sustainable options for new builds.




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