Brick by brick, we have grown alongside Canada since Ernie
Poole started PCL in Stoughton, Saskatchewan, in 1906. From breaking ground in
the 1920’s on our first major project, the Weyburn Hospital, to handing over
the keys to the recently completed Canadian Museum for Human Rights, PCL has
helped build Canada for more than a century.
But we build more than concrete structures. We build places
to gather, institutions that foster innovation and learning, facilities that power
and serve communities, infrastructure that moves people. We’ve heard our national
anthem sung by thousands in our arena venues and have welcomed new Canadians
through the doors of court houses and government buildings. PCL builds great
structures, but it’s the people living, working, and playing in these spaces
that make them amazing.
In celebration of Canada’s milestone birthday, we’ve collected
some of our clients’ most memorable projects throughout our own 111-year
history. It’s inspiring for us to think that each of these projects has become
woven into the fabric of our country. PCL Celebrates Canada 150 is now available online. We invite you to take a