The key to success for any leading professional services firm is to employ knowledgeable professionals who demonstrate passion, commitment, and dedication to the continuous development of their craft. At Number TEN, we believe in recognizing and sharing the accomplishments of our staff, management team and leadership group.


Michael McPherson
Number TEN Architectural Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Michael McPherson to director of finance, following successful achievement of his CPA and CGA designations. Michael previously served for two years as Number TEN’s accounting manager where he proved himself to be a highly diligent, dedicated and knowledgeable leader. Michael’s determination to balance full-time work commitments with his family and academic responsibilities are a testament to his work ethic and commitment to the firm’s continued success.




Leslie Myers
Associate and professional interior designer Leslie Myers is serving as chair of the Executive Committee for Women in Construction (Wic) Victoria, a grassroots Vancouver Island network working to promote and support female participation in BC’s construction industry. Leslie served as vice chair of the Executive Committee in 2017 and was elevated to her current role as chair in November 2018.




Erin Riediger
Architectural intern Erin Riediger earned a prestigious Bronze Alpha Rho Chi Medal. Since 1931, the Bronze Alpha Rho Chi Medal has recognized graduating architecture students for their leadership and service and what they offer the future of the profession. Erin was also recently appointed to the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation board of directors, and is actively involved in numerous initiatives in Winnipeg’s design community.




Dave Lalama
Partner Dave Lalama continues a decades-long Number TEN tradition of supporting the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (RMTC) by joining its board of trustees. Dave is excited to be part of an organization that celebrates the widest spectrum of theatre art and is so vital to our community. Number TEN’s support of the arts began with its founding partners in the 1950’s. Number TEN also designed the Royal MTC building, which opened during Manitoba’s centennial celebration in 1970. The Royal MTC was later declared a National Historic Site in 2009.