Brett’s interest in engineering started at a young age on the family farm where building and fixing things were just a part of everyday life. Brett has also been exposed to roadbuilding since he was a child as his father was a lead grader operator and foreman for a prominent Saskatoon roadbuilding company. Brett started his working career for that same roadbuilding company in 1999 and has been building and designing roadways and parking lots ever since.
Brett has 14 years of direct experience in the municipal engineering field. He achieved his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 2005. Areas of practice and expertise include roadway and parking lot construction and rehabilitation, residential, commercial and industrial land development, storm water management systems, water distribution systems, sewage collection systems, sanitary force mains, roadway construction and design, sewage lagoon construction and design, servicing, planning and infrastructure studies. Brett’s background allows him to provide practical, cost effective solutions for his clients in both the public and private sector.
Brett and his wife Arlie also keep busy with their two children and their farm near Vanscoy, providing all sorts of home grown meat and poultry to fill your freezer. Check out Farm One Forty’s website for more details.