The TNDC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Gordichuk, TNDC’s Vice President of Construction, as the Interim Chief Executive Officer and new President of Construction, effective October 23, 2023. Bruce will assume the role following the departure of Paul Gruner, who resigned effective October 20th.
With Bruce's experience managing TNDC’s construction field teams and leading TNDC’s Heavy Construction division, the Board is confident he will provide excellent guidance and strategic direction during this transitional period.
Bruce is a senior executive leader with 30 years of progressive experience leading various business units and divisions. He has a dynamic range of experience in developing high performance teams, quality, safety and continuous improvements, systems, profit and loss optimization, contract management and change management.
He has held senior roles with several organizations, including Senior Vice President of Industrial with Carlson Construction Group, President of Quinn Contracting Group of Companies, Chief Operating Officer of Pacer Promec Energy Corporation, and senior leadership consulting roles with SRB Consulting.
“I am honoured to assume the role of interim CEO of TNDC. My priority will be to maintain our commitment to being the Indigenous Partner of Choice and delivering exceptional service to our clients. I will work closely with the Board, our talented management team and all our employees to ensure a smooth transition and continue our growth trajectory.” Bruce Gordichuk, Interim CEO, TNDC
“The TNDC Board is unanimous that Bruce is the right leader to continue building on our successes and the path we are charting during this transition. TNDC remains committed to its core values and strategic objectives, including delivering quality services, providing training and development, and pursing new growth opportunities. The board is actively engaged in the search for a permanent CEO and will ensure a thorough and diligent selection process to identify the best candidate to lead the organization into the future.” Carol Danielson, Chair, TNDC