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PCL announces promotion of three new top executives

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PCL announces promotion of three new top executives

EDMONTON — Edmonton-based PCL has announced three appointments to leadership positions within the company.

The announcement from Dave Filipchuk, PCL president and CEO, was contained in two media statements issued Nov. 1 and 6.

Mike Wieninger has been promoted to chief operating officer, Canadian operations, responsible for PCL’s buildings and civil operations across all provinces. Wieninger, a University of Calgary graduate in civil engineering, was most recently PCL’s executive vice-president, Canadian buildings, and before that was Toronto’s senior vice-president and district manager. He has been with the company over 20 years.

Roger Keglowitsch was promoted to chief operating officer, heavy industrial, responsible for PCL’s heavy industrial operations across North America. Keglowitsch joined PCL in 1992 and holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Alberta and is a certified journeyman plumber pipefitter.

"While we are saying good bye to Rob Holmberg’s and Ian Johnston’s years of experience, we are excited that Mike’s and Roger’s extensive knowledge of our company and industry ensures a seamless transition," commented Filipchuk in the statement,

On Nov. 6, PCL also announced the appointment of Todd Craigen to senior vice-president and district manager of PCL Constructors Canada Inc. (Toronto), succeeding Wieninger.

Reporting to the president of Eastern Canada, Jim Dougan, Craigen has overall responsibility for PCL’s operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario.

Craigen brings nearly 25 years of construction industry experience to Toronto. He began his PCL career in 1996 and most recently held the position of vice-president and district manager responsible for PCL’s operations in the B.C. region.

"Todd has made significant contributions to the procurement, management, and successful execution of a number of high-profile projects across Canada," said Filipchuk. "His focus on creating successful outcomes for our clients’ unique needs, combined with his senior operations management experience, positions Todd to drive our Toronto operations into the future, while influencing a culture of innovation that pushes the industry forward."

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