Brad brings 35 years of progressive supervisory experience to the table in all phases of the industrial construction industry. He has built ServcoCanada by gaining a reputation of taking technically complex projects from inception to completion. The ability to streamline procedures that improve safety, productivity and control costs is something he has always considered a priority. Instead of the adversarial approach common in the industry that pits client, administrator, and contractor one against the other, Brad promotes bringing all of the stakeholders together, creating a strong and effective team.
With over 25 years’ experience, Julien’s passion for the industry began at a young age: He began as a high school student working summers as a laborer in the heavy construction sector and by the age of 23, attained his red seal as a Journeyman Steamfitter. In his current role as President and CEO, Julien regularly relies on his hands-on field experience in his everyday decision making. As his role has grown and evolved, his focus has shifted to providing strong corporate leadership as he oversees DMS, NME, AJP and CQI. From Julien’s experiences in sport as a player and coach, working on the tools, holding the role as Foreman and now as a President & CEO, one thing holds true: He believes that strong leadership is the foundation for success in any arena.
Matt Brady is the General Manager for NME Construction Services Ltd. Matt has been in the construction industry for close to 15 years. After receiving his red seal certification as a steamfitter he very quickly proceeded to become a foreman, superintendent, and project Manager. Matt strives to ensure projects are completed on schedule and budget while maintaining peak levels of quality and performance.
Prior to becoming Chief Financial Officer at DMS, Judy-Lynn spent six years working with Canexus Chemicals as a Project Controller and Cost Control Auditor. These opportunities brought her valuable experience overviewing projects ranging in size of $50 – $250 million. The large projects also provided knowledge of working in provinces across Canada, including a major sodium chlorate facility expansion in North Vancouver.