With over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, Tim has developed numerous construction policies, specifications and contracts based on individualized requirements and best practice principles, which are now essential to the development of Community Power’s new construction policy. He is responsible for helping communities’ source local materials, select appropriate contractors, understand quality assurance and quality control, and train local labour in an effort to keep construction resources within the community.
Tim holds a Degree in Business Administration from Mount Royal University, and is certified in carpentry, R-2000, Built Green, WHIMIS, and Occupational Health and Safety. He has advised on local and national policy and technical decisions as a Board Member with the Canadian Home Builders Association.
Prior to joining Community Power, Tim successfully ran three thriving construction companies where he managed a high volume of complex construction projects valued collectively at over $200 million. Components of his past projects have included green roof construction, solar installations, energy retrofit upgrading, mould analysis and remediation, health and safety remediation, accessibility retrofits, structural reinforcing and upgrades, building envelope upgrading.