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Gord Lee

Gord Lee

HSC Foundation Board of Directors

Gord Lee joined the HSC Foundation board of directors in 2015. Since 2002, he has been the President and CEO of Nelson River Construction Inc., a prominent Winnipeg based heavy construction company incorporated in 1923. Gord has served in several different capacities during his 30 year career with the company. Gord received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering at University of Manitoba in 1985, his Professional Engineer designation in 1987 and his Gold Seal Certificate in Project Management from the Canadian Construction Association in 1999.

Gord is a highly active member of the Winnipeg construction community and has served as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Western Canada Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Construction Association, and has served as Chair of the Manitoba Construction Sector Council since 2011.

Gord is also an avid supporter of the hockey community in Winnipeg. He joined the Winnipeg Saints Jr. A Hockey Club as a partner and director in 2000 until the team was sold in 2012. He was appointed as the team's Governor from 2010 to 2012. Gord has been involved with hockey for his entire adult life and remains an active player.
Beyond the hockey rink and the construction sites, Gord values physical activity and the outdoors as an avid downhill skier, water skier, golfer, and sailor. Gord has been married to his wife Lynn for 25 years, has three children, Tomas 24, Olivia 23 and Julia 16. Gord and Lynn have lived in Winnipeg all their adult life, where they have shown an unwavering commitment to the city as active volunteers in the community throughout the years.

Why did I become involved with HSC Foundation?

Everybody needs to do their part helping to ensure that if everyone who lives in our community - our neighbours, friends, family and co-workers - ever needs health care, they can rely on a place that provides world-class care and the most recent technology. I look forward to working alongside other dedicated community members in order to help the foundation bring hope to life for Manitobans and all who visit the hospital.