Stantec names global leader for industrial buildings sector

Susan Bender
Feb 26, '24 10:46 AM EST

Global integrated design firm Stantec has promoted Greg Hall to lead the industrial sector for its Buildings practice, overseeing strategic direction, performance, and growth globally.

With more than 20 years of experience, Hall has led major projects and pursuits across Stantec’s multidisciplinary Buildings division. He has been a valued member of Stantec’s leadership since 2008. Throughout his career, Hall has been responsible for building key client relationships through project excellence and client-focused solutions and is known for his expertise in robotic automation, high-density distribution systems, logistics, EV battery technologies, solar photovoltaics, and semiconductor manufacturing.

Hall has also been instrumental in delivering some of Stantec’s most complex and innovative industrial facilities, including the Hanwha QCells Solar Manufacturing Facility and numerous large scale industrial projects for key clients across North America.

Recently, Hall has been responsible for developing and directing some of the firm’s largest projects that have exceeded US$10 billion in construction value. This high-level of integrated service has been the keystone for maintaining and growing positive impacts on US communities while supporting Stantec’s long-term strategic client goals as a trusted senior partner.

“As an advocate for excellence, Greg has long demonstrated an ability to build effective teams across North America to consistently deliver profitable solutions for his clients while helping grow their businesses,” said Stephen Phillips, senior vice president for Buildings at Stantec. “In this new role, Greg will continue to grow our business within the industrial and advanced manufacturing markets as we help our clients create sustainable and efficient facilities.”