We’re delighted to announce that Chris Piché has joined HH Angus as Director of our Commercial Division. The addition of Chris to our leadership team further strengthens our operational management and experience in this sector, as well as our focus on sustainable design solutions. Chris recently completed a three-year term with the Board of Directors of the Canada Green Building Council, and clients will benefit from his expertise as the commercial sector moves to decarbonize existing building assets and explores new solutions to the greening of building infrastructure.
“Chris brings a wealth of industry experience, and he will be invaluable in leading the continued growth of our Commercial Division across the country. We’re excited to work with Chris to provide sustainable and pragmatic engineering solutions to help our clients progress towards a net zero and decarbonized built environment.”
Paul Keenan, President
With almost 25 years of MEP engineering practice in a variety of sectors, Chris has a deep portfolio of experience, spanning commercial, cultural, institutional, mission critical, healthcare, and science and technology sectors, along with project work in master planning and commissioning. Before taking on his current responsibilities with HH Angus, Chris held a variety of senior and international roles with Introba (formerly Integral) and Stantec.
Chris notes that “this is a very exciting time in our industry, with our built environment in a state of rapid transition. As we move forward in the age of zero carbon systems, the next generation of sustainable, high-performance buildings will come as a result of strengthened partnerships, embracing change, and executing technical excellence. I am proud to be a part of this era of growth at HH Angus, as we provide leadership to meet the urgent needs of our planet and our clients…together.”
As Commercial Division Director at HH Angus, Chris leads the work of 60+ technical staff who design and engineer systems infrastructure across a variety of sectors. Just a few of the team’s current and recent projects include Casino Woodbine’s $1 billion expansion and renovation (Vaughan, ON), Porter Airways’ new terminal (St. Hubert, QC), and two new airport hangars for Porter at Ottawa International Airport (Ottawa, ON), BMO Field’s renovations and expansion for the FIFA 2026 World Cup (Toronto, ON), a new Correctional Centre (Thunder Bay, ON), and a new mass timber office (Vancouver, BC).
Chris takes over the role of Division Director from Kevin O’Neill who recently moved into the position of Vice President, Operations.
For more information about how our Commercial team can assist with your next project, please contact: