It's been a 32-year road for PCL's incoming US president and chief operating officer, Shaun Yancey, but from the looks of it, he is just hitting his stride.
incoming US president and chief operating
officer, Shaun Yancey.
"It's energizing to feel the thrill of new beginnings all over again," said Yancey
"Leading such a dynamic organization humbles, honors, and inspires me all at once."
Yancey now oversees PCL's US operations, based out of the company's head office in Denver, Colorado.
collaborates with sector chief operating officers in PCL's Buildings, Civil Infrastructure, and Heavy Industrial divisions on projects and operations across the US.
In addition to his
project experience throughout Colorado, Yancey
spent eight years creating the Orlando Buildings office that has become one of PCL's
most successful business units.
has kept abreast of issues driving the construction industry.
was instrumental in developing PCL's
virtual construction program and champions the organization's sustainability and diversity initiatives.
A door-is-always-open sort of guy, he
openly invites employees to write or call during and after his
WORKING FOR FAMILY
, COMMUNITY, AND THE FUTURE
Despite the fact that his
day job runs round the clock, Yancey
finds time to give back to the community and even indulge in some hobbies.
He serves on the boards of the Mile High United Way and the Tennyson Center for Children in Denver.
He also previously served on the boards of the Design-Build Institute of America, Associated General Contractors, and Associated Builders and Contractors.
free time, Yancey
enjoys spending as much time as possible with his
family, skiing and recreating in the Colorado Mountains, and woodworking in his
"My 32 years at PCL
are a byproduct of my supportive family and colleagues," said Yancey