TORONTO—Construction giant PCL Toronto has announced the appointments of three senior executives who bring a collective total of more than 60 years of experience with PCL to their new positions.
Mike Wieninger has been appointed senior vice-president and district manager, responsible for all operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario. Wieninger has more than 20 years of experience in various leadership positions throughout PCL in Canada and has been part of Toronto's leadership team for the past the three years as district manager. He's a member of the Ontario General Contractors Association board of directors and the province of Ontario's Construction Health and Safety Advisory Group. Wieninger succeeds Chris Gower, who is making the transition to PCL's North American headquarters as chief operating officer, buildings, as announced in PCL's CEO Succession Plan on Nov. 1.
Bruce Sonnenberg has been named vice-president and district manager, responsible for district operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario. With almost three decades of PCL experience, Sonnenberg has spent more than 20 years with PCL in Toronto and has been part of PCL's leadership teams in Calgary and Toronto, most recently as district manager in Toronto.
Kelly Wallace is appointed district manager, responsible for district operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario. He brings more than 22 years of experience to the position and has held various leadership positions throughout PCL in Canada for more than 17 years. Most recently, he has been part of Toronto's leadership team as operations manager.
PCL is a group of independent construction companies that is active across Canada, the United States, the Caribbean and in Australia with diverse operations in infrastructure, heavy industrial and buildings. The Toronto office is PCL's largest district with more than 600 employees and an annual construction volume of more than $1 billion.