I like to get in a sunny round of golf with a few friends before grabbing some crab fresh off the boat.
I like to get in a sunny round of golf with a few friends before grabbing some crab fresh off the boat. Nothing works up an appetite quite like taking my driver for a stroll, though I prefer salt water crab to fresh water hazards.
I had a 35 year career as a contractor with several elevator manufacturers that prepared me for my life as a consultant. Those positions gave me the opportunity to work on many prominent projects as a salesperson and project manager; they also gave me a perspective that allows me to appreciate just how much quieter a consultant’s office can be.
I grew up in a small Northern Ontario town called Kirkland Lake. It’s an old mining town, built on gold first and foremost. The city made a mistake while they were constructing the main street, taking stone from the mine meant for processing and using it to pave the road. They ended up with a main street made of gold ore bearing stone. I guess, subconsciously, that could be why I’ve always seen the value in transportation, vertical or otherwise.
Andrew joined our team in 2015 after working thirty-five years in elevator sales and project management. His experience ranges across three major elevator manufacturing companies in project management roles. Andrew has managed large scale modernization and new installation projects. Some of Andrew’s highlight projects include the newly built Vancouver House and Metrotower 1, which was the first building to install a destination dispatch system. Andrew is Manager of our New Construction Department.