Greg Miazga, M.Sc., P.Eng. has been appointed as the Director of Engineering, a new position within the CISC.
“We are very pleased to have Greg join our team,” said Ed Whalen, President and CEO of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction. “He brings extensive knowledge and experience of steel design and construction to the organization and the steel construction industry.”
Miazga has over 35 years in the construction industry, holding key roles as Chief Engineer and Vice President of Engineering for a major Alberta structural steel fabricator and erector, and most recently as COO for an Edmonton based energy solutions company.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) is Canada’s voice for the steel construction industry, providing leadership in sustainable design, advocacy, construction, efficiency, quality, and innovation. The CISC’s efforts aim to advance the use and benefits of steel, increase Canadian market share, as well as advocate for a diverse community made up of manufacturers, fabricators, service centres, erectors, consultants, detailers, industry suppliers, owners, and developers.
The Canadian steel construction sector is a vibrant $5 billion industry, which employs over 130,000 people in its supply chain.