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Stuart Linton, P.Eng

Vice President

Stu obtained a diploma in Computer Aided Design and Drafting and an Industrial Systems Engineering degree majoring in mechanical engineering prior to starting his working career in 2005.   He then worked for several years as a design engineer at a local engineering & machine shop.  The experience was invaluable as the projects were always different and mainly in the mining industries.  His career continued into management positions supervising a small engineering team before moving on to work for a mining contractor.  His design and engineering skills became very useful at this company that didn’t have any designers. He has experience in large capital projects and carries his permission to consult.


Ryan Kinequon


Ryan started his career as a Redseal metal fabricator for Areva at McClean Lake. Later, he was successful in obtaining his Redseal certificate in Welding. He progressed his career quickly into management roles at fabrication shops and mining contractors becoming a certified level 1 welding inspector. Fluent in Inventor and AutoCAD his design skills are always useful and added value to his employer no matter if he was acting as a QA/QC manager, Project manager or Construction manager.

Ryan offers a great value added to the team often behind the closed doors. His practical knowledge brings a great dynamic to any projects with a formidable view on realistic requirements.


Mike Oakes

Construction Manager

Mike brings 25 years of knowledge in pressure piping, welding, underground and surface construction, project management, and contract management. He has worked in the industry with a great passion for indigenous inclusion, diversification in the workplace, and has supported the need for equal opportunities in developing the necessary skills to ensure a lifetime of positive career gains. Mike is a Redseal welder by trade and knows the efforts it takes to bring projects from initial ideas to construction realities to complete turnkey operations.





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