Construction services company EllisDon has selected new members for its senior-level management.
According to the company, the appointments have been established to ensure sufficient oversight and seamless operations across the company’s current areas, services, and market sectors, while continuing its strategic growth and seeking new opportunities.
Kieran Hawe has been named CEO and executive vice-president of construction operations. Hawe will be responsible for the company’s core buildings, civil, and industrial divisions, across Canada and abroad.
Joey Comeau has been appointed as COO and executive vice-president of the capital division. He will be responsible for diversification into new sectors including private sector equity partnerships and real estate development, as well as new geographic markets while continuing to pursue opportunities in infrastructure through public-private-partnerships.
Expanding on her role as chief strategy officer, Jody Becker has been appointed as senior vice-president of services. With overall responsibility for the growth of EllisDon, Becker will oversee the operations of facilities services, energy and digital services, project management, furniture, equipment and design, and sustainable building solutions.
David McFarlane has been appointed to senior vice-president, buildings division, western Canada, responsible for overseeing the Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary area offices.
With McFarlane stepping into his new role, Craig Enns will be taking over as vice-president and area manager for British Columbia.