Crane and Hoist Canada

Hard work and determination pays off: Erin Loveday

August 17, 2022  By Don Horne

The future of the heavy lifting industry looks bright – and we are looking back and looking forward to share these stories.

Armed with a strong work ethic, initiative, curiosity, and a commitment to training and safety, we are asking our readers to nominate candidates for our  Top 10 Under 40 celebration in the fall issue of Crane & Hoist Canada.

You can nominate by clicking here.

Whether they work in leadership, operations, maintenance, sales or support, these crane and hoist employees are highly regarded by their colleagues, clients and peers.


Want to recognize a future leader? Time is running out, as nominations for the 2022 contest wrap up on Sept. 30.

Here, we look back at last year’s Top 10 winners:


Project Manager & Support Specialist, WrightPlan Inc.
Waterloo, ON

Nearly two decades in the construction industry have armed 38-year-old Erin Loveday with the skills she needs to succeed in project management.

Erin Loveday

She landed a job as a site clerk in general construction at Comstock Canada before she made the move to industrial services at the Axiom Group of Companies, where she worked for 14 years.

“Her hard work and determination saw her rise from payroll all the way to project management, overseeing the opening of new company locations across North America,” says Adam Gall, who currently works alongside Loveday at WrightPlan.

Loveday joined WrightPlan, a workflow management platform for specialized construction businesses, two years ago, and spends her free time outdoors with her two sons.

An unwavering commitment to support is what makes Loveday stand out among her peers, says Gall.

“Erin loves sharing her knowledge of industry best practices with customers, taking great pride in the relationships she forms along the way.”

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