Metro Concrete Restoration is a concrete repair/restoration company made up of a passionate and dedicated group of people with expertise, training, and experience in all areas of concrete repair and materials specification. Metro can draw from a dynamic group of professionals in order to solve concrete problems, and create concrete solutions, wherever and whenever they are needed. Combined, Metro’s staff have over 130 years of experience working with concrete, shotcrete, grout, expansion joints, hydro-demolition, epoxy injection and much, much more.
Metro Concrete Restoration has the equipment and the trained and certified operators of that equipment to do high quality, long-lasting concrete repairs. We have four ACI certified shotcrete nozzlemen for both vertical and overhead processes. As well, Neil McAskill is one of two ACI accredited shotcrete instructors and examiners in western Canada.
Curtis has over 30 years of experience as a materials specialist. He is our lead Project Manager and deals with all areas of project coordination. For the past 10 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 an ACI certified shotcrete nozzleman for both vertical and overhead applications.
Ata has a strong appetite for working on complex interdisciplinary projects for assessment, design, repair, and restoration of marine, municipal, and commercial infrastructure. His academic career mainly focused in ground stabilizing, underground/above ground utilities structures, civil materials design, as well as legislation regarding utilities infrastructure. He’s a graduate of UBC in Integrated Engineering with a certification of the Pipeline Integrity Institute. Ata joined Metro Concrete Restoration in early 2019, and he works on estimation, project management and engineering regarding structural restoration and enhancement projects.
His favorite projects are where he has to think outside the box and design and build the project from scratch, including research and development of a method/material that is rarely used in the industry. Ata enjoys spending hands-on time with the crews, working on team development and skills improvement.
Memberships: EGBC, PII, ACI, ICRI, LEED
Rebecca has been with Metro Concrete Restoration for over 10 years. She manages both details of the office and various project details that come through the office. Aspects like contracts, change orders, invoicing, client relations, budgets, and project profitability all go through her capable hands. Her role as a central person in the office and her skill at handling details maintains consistency, and reliability throughout the office.