Bird Construction announces new COO
May 12, 2017 By Bird Construction
May 12, 2017 – Bird Construction Inc. has announced that construction executive Terrance McKibbon has joined the organization as its chief operating officer. In this role, Terrance will report to the president and CEO, and will serve as a member of the executive leadership team operating from the company’s Calgary office. Terrance will lead Bird’s construction operations to further enhance the firm’s position as a premier Canadian contractor driven by the passion and dedication of our team of construction professionals.
“We welcome Teri to Bird and are excited to have him join our company,” said Ian Boyd, president and CEO of Bird Construction Inc. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Canadian construction market with a proven track record of success. His expertise and leadership will help drive our performance as well as advance our strategic initiatives to further diversify our business.”
Terrance has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry where he is recognized for his strategic capabilities, dedication and operational excellence. Prior to joining Bird, Terrance spent over two decades with Aecon Group Inc. where he held positions in senior management and executive roles. In his last three years at Aecon Group Inc. he held the position of president and CEO.
About Bird Construction
Bird Construction is one of Canada’s leading general contractors with offices across the country. The company services the industrial, commercial, institutional and heavy civil markets of the construction industry through a wide variety of project delivery formats.
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