We are pleased to formally announce Greg Hasiuk, MRAIC, MAA, SAA, LEED®AP as the firm’s new Practice Leader.

Greg brings over two decades of experience in major public projects including campuses, court houses, and educational facilities throughout Western Canada and the Arctic. Greg’s passion for sustainable design, implementing new technologies, and collaborating with clients throughout the design process will ensure the continuation of Number TEN’s successful business model for many years to come.

"Our mandate is to continue Number TEN's rich legacy, unique workplace culture and hard-earned reputation for design excellence, sustainability and corporate integrity," says Greg Hasiuk, who has built his career with the firm over the past 25 years. "We are excited about the future as we continue to develop new technologies, design innovations and business relationships to help us deliver quality projects for our clients".


 The future is indeed bright. Recently completed projects such as the new Journey to Churchill exhibit at Assiniboine Park Zoo and the University of Winnipeg UNITED Health & RecPLex demonstrate our dedication to designing beautiful, versatile and sustainable buildings that contribute to a more vibrant and exciting community. In addition, there are a full slate of major projects in development including the $180 million RBC Convention Centre expansion, New Skilled Trades Centre at Red River College, Sport Manitoba’s Sport for Life Centre, as well as six innovative new schools in Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Greg takes over the Practice Leader role from Robert Eastwood, who has held the role of Practice Leader for the past two-and-a-half years. Robert will continue to serve as a Partner with the firm, working on large civic and institutional projects including the RBC Winnipeg Convention Centre Expansion and Misericordia Health Centre Addition and Renovation.  Click here to see Number TEN's new leadership structure.

Greg Hasiuk