Brad is in his 23rd year now with Allied, joining them in 1996.  He has estimated and/or managed many types and sizes of projects over the years with some in the range of 20 to 40 million dollars.

Brad received his degree in civil engineering from Memorial University in 1988 and became a professional engineer two years later in 1990. Upon graduating Brad started work with Memorial University of Newfoundland, and after 5 years he joined N.D. Dobbin limited, working from 1993 to 1996.

Brad’s involvement in the construction industry goes back long before gradating engineering. While still in high school Brad spent his summers working with the family company, City Builders, on projects around Newfoundland and in Northern Labrador.

Brad relies on his first-hand construction experience and education in his role as the current Standard Practices Chair of the Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association. He is a Past Chair (2012 – 2013), serving on the Executive and Board since 2008.  Brad has also served as a director on the Board of the Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Safety Association.

In addition to staying up to date on the latest with the NLCA, Brad is on the Board of the Canadian Construction Association as Director-at-Large and is currently Vice Chair of CCA’s Standard Practices Committee.  Brad has also been appointed by CCA to the steering committee for the Institute for Building Information Modelling in Canada (IBC) and has served on that committee for two years. Brad’s involvement in the NLCA and CCA keeps Allied at the forefront of the latest developments in the construction industry.

In his spare time Brad enjoys working on various projects at his home or at the family cabin. He loves building things, from fine woodworking in his home to extensions on the cabin.

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