IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 13 No. 31 July 29, 2013
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Please join us in welcoming the following New Members:
Lisa Browne, Manger of Aviation Security, Perimeter Aviation LP. I began my employment with Perimeter Aviation in August of 1991. My first job was as the company Secretary Receptionist and shortly after I moved into the Accounting Department which I worked in for 12 years. In the years that followed I was the Flight School Coordinator. Client Relations Manager, Sales and Marketing Coordinator and finally Manager of Aviation Security. The positions have been both challenging and rewarding. I don’t know another company that could have allowed for an employee to grow professionally and personally as much as Perimeter Aviation has. I look forward to continuing to gain more knowledge of the aviation industry through both Perimeter Aviation and IAAE training.
Mike Knox, Manager Facilities, Southport - Airport & Commercial Properties, Southport Aerospace Centre Inc. Mike has spent seven years managing capital upgrades and maintenance at Southport. His airport responsibilities have recently grown in his new role as Manager, Facilities. Mike is motivated both at work and outside of work by a passion to serve others.
Mike MacNeil, Manager of Maintenance, Fort McMurray Airport Authority.
Clayton Rozak, Operations, Training & Facilities Manager, Fort McMurray Airport Authority. In 1998 I started with Transport Canada at the Fort McMurray Airport as an MDO6. When the Fort McMurray Airport privatized a year later, I remained on staff, eventually working my way up to the Operations Manager position. I left the Fort McMurray Airport in 2007 and headed North to the Albian Aerodrome, where I started as the Airside Supervisor. A couple years later, I became the Albian Aerodrome Manager, where I remained until the fall of 2011. I left the Albian Aerodrome and came back to the Fort McMurray Airport as the Operations Manager again. At the start of 2013 I moved into my current position as the Operations, Training and Facilities Manager.
Bill Werny, Vice President of Operations, Fort McMurray Airport Authority.
Please join us in welcoming the following New Coporate Member:
Waterloo-based Snowbird Ltd. specializes in building modern, cost-effective solutions that cater to the operational needs of airports. Our premier product – Snowbird Reports – is the first cloud and tablet-based Runway Surface Condition (RSC) solution on the market. Save time and reduce errors by having operators submit reports right from the field – using just an iPad.
Please join us in thanking the following Corporate Members who have renewed their committment:
Clariant – is a world leader in creation and manufacture of high performance, high quality specialty chemicals. Clariant has more than 17,000 employees and annual sales in excess of CDN $8 billion.
Founded in 1945, Dillon Consulting Limited (Dillon) is a truly national company, with over 750 engineers, scientists, planners and support personnel, located in seventeen offices across the country, from Sydney to Vancouver, and Windsor to Yellowknife. Dillon's airport planning, engineering, environmental and strategic business advisory teams work with Canada’s busiest airports, airport tenants, government agencies and local governments adjacent to airports, to provide multi-disciplinary solutions:
Team Eagle - A global leader in the advancement of airfield operations including snow and ice control equipment, airfield inspections and reporting, navigation and incursion management. Team Eagle partners our knowledgeable staff with the industry best suppliers, operators, regulatory bodies and consultants to strive to be "Your Airfield Solutions Partner".
Tradewind Scientific Limited was incorporated in 1980 to provide technical measurement and monitoring services for the aviation industry along with associated equipment, support and training. With its head office in Ottawa, the company's staff comprises a versatile team of scientists and technicians, all with extensive airport project experience.
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