Geoff has been with PCL for 15 years and he now oversees the company’s Ottawa District. He’s worked with clients in many markets, building iconic projects in communities across Canada while teaching and mentoring a new generation of construction professionals. 

Geoff’s construction journey began when he was a kid helping his father, uncles, grandfather, and great-grandfather build family cottages. Today, he loves the pace of the construction business, the people he gets to work with and the progress he gets to see every day. 

Geoff has spent his entire 15-year construction career with PCL. He started as an estimator in Toronto and has held leadership positions in Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 2022, Geoff returned to his hometown of Ottawa to become district manager and co-lead one of PCL's busiest and fastest-growing offices in Canada.  

Geoff has worked on iconic projects across many Canadian markets. One of his earliest roles was design manager on the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre — built for the 2015 Pan Am Games and a center of excellence for Canadian swimming.

He’s also worked on notable projects such as the Regina Revitalization of Mosaic Stadium, home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders; the True North Square development in downtown Winnipeg; and The Post, a commercial heritage restoration in Vancouver and home to Amazon’s Canadian headquarters.  

Beyond buildings, Geoff has expanded his construction knowledge and management skills while leading teams on several civil infrastructure projects.

Geoff is always willing to share his passion for construction with future industry leaders, and he’s done this many times speaking on various topics as a guest lecturer at engineering schools across Canada. He’s a strong advocate and supporter of women in construction and continues to promote and mentor women in the industry and at PCL.

A strong believer in community building, Geoff has participated in or led many fundraising initiatives, raising thousands of dollars for charitable organizations including MS Canada, MotionBall Marathon of Sport, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, United Way, Pathways to Education, and various local charities.