PCL Construction has welcomed Todd Craigen to the role of president, Eastern Canadian Buildings and Civil Infrastructure, assuming responsibility for PCL’s operations extending from Manitoba through to Newfoundland.

“Under Todd’s leadership, our district operations in BC Region and the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario experienced growth while enhancing our reputation in those markets,” said Dave Filipchuk, PCL’s president and CEO. “In his expanded role, I am confident that Todd will continue to influence a culture of innovation that supports our employees, clients, and partners, and drives our business as the most respected builder renowned for excellence, leadership, and unsurpassed value.”

As part of his new role, Craigen joins the PCL Construction Holdings Board of Directors, which is responsible for the operating results and strategic oversight of PCL’s subsidiary companies.

Craigen has nearly 25 years of experience in the construction industry, and most recently served as senior vice president and district manager of PCL Constructors Canada Inc. (Toronto). He will continue to be based out of PCL’s Toronto district office, and succeeds Jim Dougan following his recent retirement.

Bruce Sonnenberg has assumed overall responsibilities for PCL’s operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario as lead vice president and district manager of PCL Toronto, alongside vice president and district manager Kelly Wallace, who reports to Sonnenberg. Bruce and Kelly are also pleased to welcome district manager Marc Pascoli, who has transitioned from his role as operations manager in PCL’s Calgary district.

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