REGINA—PCL Construction has named Myke Badry as its new district manager for Regina.
Badry will report to Kris Hildebrand, president Western Canada, and will take on responsibility for all PCL operations in the Regina and southern Saskatchewan region. He succeeds Paul Knowles who is transferring
to Ottawa to assume the role of district manager.
Badry started with PCL in 2007 as a project co-ordinator in Edmonton. He worked on notable PCL projects, including the Edmonton South Light Rail Expansion, the Anthony Henday and Stony Plain Road Interchange and the Stantec Tower and Sky Residences.
In 2019 he was promoted to operations manager for PCL’s Winnipeg office where he worked on major projects like Wawanesa North American Headquarters at True North Square.
“I am excited to be in Regina and am looking forward to carrying on the long-standing PCL history in this community where the roots of our company first took hold over a century ago,” said Badry in a press release. “Helping our clients and partners achieve success with the latest in sustainable and innovative construction practices is our goal no matter what their project entails.”
Badry graduated from the University of Alberta’s civil engineering program. He is a LEED advanced professional. He is also a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.