Henry Borger

President, Borland Construction Inc.

Henry Borger is president of Borland Construction Inc., one of Manitoba’s largest heavy civil contractors with over 300 employees. Borland has almost a century of experience in the construction of civil infrastructure, including runways, sewer & water systems, municipal roads and provincial highways. Borland is a subsidiary of Ladco Company Limited which is a leader in Manitoba’s land development, property management and construction industries; and is 100% owned by the Borger family.

Henry’s career started in aerospace engineering with CAE Aviation Ltd. of Edmonton and later with Bombardier Aerospace Ltd. of Montreal. Henry worked as a management consultant with Cap Gemini Ernst and Young before joining Ladco in 2002. In 2004 Henry took over Borland’s operations and was promoted to president in 2006.

Henry serves on the boards of the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) and Canadian Construction Association (CCA). Henry is a past chair of the MHCA, currently chairs the CCA Civil Infrastructure Council and sits on the executive committees of both organizations.


11:45 — Infrastructure spending- boom or bust?

Henry Borger
Nadine Fullarton
Todd Strynadka

Gardenia I & II

The federal government is finally committed to investing in the Canadian infrastructure. How can we work together to develop this infrastructure most effectively?