Our concrete restoration group has a wide variety of personalities with different expertise, training, and experience that allow us to draw on a dynamic group to solve problems and create solutions wherever and whenever they are needed. Combined, we have over 130 years of experience working with concrete, shotcrete, and restoration.
We have four ACI-certified nozzleman for both vertical and overhead processes. Neil is one of two ACI-accredited shotcrete instructors and examiners in Western Canada, which allows us to be on the cutting edge of what is coming up with requirements for certified shotcrete nozzleman.
Neil has over 40 years of experience specializing in assessment, repair, and construction of concrete and shotcrete structures. He has been involved with the research and development of shotcrete materials and application techniques, as well as crew training and materials assessment. He is well versed in the evaluation of all types of deteriorated concrete structures and the preparation of specifications for new construction, as well as repair of existing structures. He is well known for innovative solutions to difficult concrete problems.
Neil also has considerable experience in underwater concrete and grout placement. He is an ACI-accredited shotcrete instructor / examiner and certified nozzleman for both vertical and overhead applications.
Curtis has over 22 years of experience in Project Management and Project Coordination. For the past five years, Curtis has been project manager of the construction group with an emphasis placed on site supervision, providing hands-on expertise at all times.
It is a priority for Curtis to be on or ahead of schedule and come in on budget. He is a materials specialist in the area of concrete technology. He is an ACI-certified nozzleman for both vertical and overhead applications.
Roland Heere has over 15 years of experience in civil engineering in Europe and Canada. He is a registered professional engineer in B.C. and Saskatchewan. He has extensive experience with load testing of structural elements, anchors, and dowels. He is a materials specialist in the fields of shotcrete and concrete technology, and thus familiar with shotcrete and concrete properties, applications, and trouble shooting. His wide-ranging knowledge of both practical and technical applications allows him to competently deal with many issues and problems arising on construction sites, in laboratories and during the design of projects and materials.
Roland is an ACI-certified nozzleman for both vertical and overhead applications.
Andrew Wu is a registered professional engineer with APEGBC. The combination of his hands-on experience in the repair methods for concrete structures and background in materials testing has been beneficial as he takes on quality control, project management, and engineering responsibilities in various projects.
The combination of technical and practical knowledge he brings to the concrete repair process makes Andrew a valuable asset to our concrete restoration team.
Rebecca has been with Metro Concrete Restoration for over 5 years now. Her main responsibilities include reviewing contracts of potential projects, submitting bids, organizing bonding, and generally managing the details around submitting a proposal. Along with this are all the typical office tasks of invoicing, reception, payables and acting as a centralized person through whom much of what goes on in the office goes through in order to maintain consistency, and reliability throughout the office.
Her attention to detail, and memory of steel has helped her immensely in the ever changing construction industry, and the somewhat chaotic environment the office can be during the busy construction season.