“I’m very excited about innovation in our industry, which is one of MCABC’s six core pillars. Being on the MCABC Board gives me a platform to advocate for technology adoption and help the industry evolve.

It also gives me more opportunity to help educate and find the right solutions for companies that need help getting there. If you want to improve your approach to innovation and technology, then I want to help you. I believe that a rising tide lifts all boats.”

Kyle Wisniewski

Vice Chair Division Manager
Black & McDonald Limited

Kyle Wisniewski brings 17+ years of experience as a mechanical contractor to his role as Division Manager at Black & McDonald

As Division Manager, Kyle is responsible for project control, contract management, project estimation, construction management, construction safety and more. 

“Black & McDonald is an integrated, multi-trade service provider, so on any given project, potentially 20-40% of the building budget is our mechanical contracting costs,” says Kyle. “We specialize in the most complicated and fun systems. It’s rewarding to problem solve, use new technologies to find solutions for complex challenges, and then see a project go from design in 3D modelling into the real-world system.” 

On the MCABC Board of Directors, Kyle is a champion for increasing innovation, anticipating the future and advancing the industry’s approach to new technologies. “From creating efficiencies, to helping manage challenges, to just upping the quality of the end product, adopting new ways of doing things and new products will help us elevate the entire industry,” he says. 

And just like on a project where Kyle likes finding the commonalities between competing parties, he enjoys that MCABC brings together different interest groups under one umbrella to improve the industry as a whole. “What’s great about MCABC is that it is a place where you can get together with likeminded people to learn and get access to educational opportunities, become a better contractor, make connections and build relationships.”