Lawrence Arcand, P.Eng.
A graduate of Queen’s University with over 20 years of experience, Lawrence is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. In his current role as President of T2 Utility Engineers, he is responsible for the overall operations of the company across Canada and internationally. Lawrence was a 10 year Board member of the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA), he sat on the Technical Committee of the CSA S250 – Mapping of Underground Utility Infrastructure, he is Co-Chair of the TAC Public Utilities Management Subcommittee, and he is Co-Chair of the Ontario Public Works Association – Right of Way Management Committee. He has managed numerous SUE and UC projects across Canada, written several articles and papers, and has been a guest speaker regarding Utility Engineering at several events both in Canada and internationally.
Senior Principal – SUE / Geophysics
A graduate of Guelph University, Jamie has over 20 years experience in the geophysical exploration and utility mapping field. In his current role as Operations Manager, he is responsible for ensuring the quality and efficiency of operations on projects across the country. Jamie helped to develop the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance Damage Prevention Technician (DPT) program, and is responsible for the training of T2ue field staff. Jamie also acts as the lead Health and Safety contact for T2ue. Jamie has worked on projects across the country for a variety of clients including; The City of Toronto, City of Edmonton, and Port Metro Vancouver.
Matt Bourgeois, C.Tech
Principal – Subsurface Utility Engineering
Branch Manager / Sr. Project Manager
A graduate of Loyalist College, Matt has over 15 years’ experience. In his current role of Branch Manager / Sr. Project Manager, he is responsible for managing SUE investigations for clients in Central and South Eastern Ontario. Matt is an active member within the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA) – Geographical councils. He has managed numerous SUE projects in Ontario for a variety of clients including; The Region of Durham, Town of Whitby, City of Toronto, Ontario Ministry of Transportation, Town of Richmond Hill, City of Barrie, Region of York, City of Vaughan and the Toronto Transit Commission.
Ophir Wainer, B.Sc.
Senior Principal – Subsurface Utility Engineering
Business Development Manager
Ophir Wainer is responsible for developing new business and leading the strategic direction for T2ue in major markets across Canada. Ophir has over twenty years of experience in Utilities and Subsurface Utility Engineering. He is a member of the CSCE, a board member of the NASTT BC chapter, a member of CATT committees and involved in CERIU. He is an experienced speaker on both Subsurface Utility Engineering and Damage Prevention, and has presented and moderated at various conferences and training seminars.
Finance Manager / HR Manager
Stephen Woodburne has over 25 years of progressive accounting experience within a variety of industries. He is responsible for the management of all finance, accounting and HR functions within the company.
Ser Da Silva
Manager, CCTV Services
With over 30 years of experience in the Water and Wastewater Industry, Ser is responsible for the overall field operations, planning and management of projects for the T2ue CCTV Inspection Services Department. He has managed several small and large scale projects for clients such as City of Toronto, Region of Durham, City of Markham and many others. His past experience in sewer inspections and pipeline rehabilitation is a valuable asset to our clients. Ser, along with all of our CCTV Technicians on staff, is NASSCO certified to practice PACP, LACP and MACP. It is his responsibility to ensure that the client’s objectives are met or exceeded and that excellence is incorporated into the project procedures and deliverables.
Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Ed has over 35 years of consulting and municipal experience including policy, process, and agreement development for utility installation/coordination; municipal access agreement negotiations; utility, roadway, and bridge construction coordination; roadway and interchange design and drafting; development construction approval and coordination; and technical committee representation on a regional and national basis. He has experience in federal, provincial, and municipal legislation and regulation, and how the legislation and national standards affect roadway and utility construction and operations.
Ed is a member of the Canadian Standards Group, Canadian Public Works Association / American Public Works Association and the Alberta Common Ground Alliance.