EllisDon promotes three employees to senior leadership roles in Eastern Canada


CaDCR staff writer

Three EllisDon employees have been promoted to senior leadership roles within Eastern Canada.

Wayne Ferguson will be promoted to the role of senior vice-president, construction, buildings, encompassing Ottawa, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada regions; Mike Armstrong will assume the role of vice-president and area  manager for Ottawa, and Brad Cyr will be promoted to vice-president and area manager for Quebec, the company said in statement on May 8.

“The promotion of these three leaders is a testament to the experience and dedication to our corporate values while showcasing forward-thinking, inspiring, and supportive leadership qualities,” said Max Mantha, the company’s chief operating officer and executive vice-president.

“We are incredibly proud of Wayne, Mike, and Brad for the commitment they have exhibited to their teams and to EllisDon as a whole. We are confident they will continue to showcase our values and bring an outstanding amount of momentum to these fast-growing businesses.”

Wayne Ferguson, who has been with EllisDon for more than 25 years, will now oversee the company’s construction, buildings business across Ottawa, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada.

“Being part of the tremendous growth in Ottawa and seeing our teams flourish is a career milestone we can celebrate collectively,” said Ferguson. “I am honored to be trusted to support these rapidly growing businesses alongside a fantastic group of leaders and continue to build great relationships, see our projects amount to great success.”

Mike Armstrong, who has accumulated more than nine years with EllisDon, will be replacing Wayne Ferguson’s duties as vice-president and area manager for Ottawa. “There is immense pride in having the opportunity to lead our Ottawa team alongside my colleagues,” said Armstrong. “I’m continually inspired by my fellow leaders and colleagues at EllisDon, and this could not have been possible without them. I am incredibly confident in the work we continue to do to support the Ottawa community and committed to further strengthening our presence by embodying EllisDon values every day.”

Brad Cyr, who has devoted 16 years to EllisDon and supporting the Montreal region as its current general manager, will take over duties as vice-president and area manager to continue the drive in the Quebec market.

“I am delighted to lead our Quebec area and expand our horizons in the province of Quebec,” said Cyr. “This opportunity is exemplary of the hard work from the Quebec area and could not be made possible without each team member here. I look forward to developing the area with innovation, transparency, and true entrepreneurial spirit.”

These Eastern Canada leadership changes will be made effective June 1, under the leadership of Max Mantha as Chief Operating Officer and executive vice-president, construction.


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