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We promote a resilient and productive natural environment by delivering practical and creative solutions in agriculture, environment and forestry

Management Team

Bruce McTavish, MSc, MBA, RPBio, PBiol, PAg
President, Senior Partner
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Bruce McTavish, MSc, MBA, RPBio, PBiol, PAg
President, Senior Partner

Bruce has over thirty-five years of industry-related experience in the horticulture, agriculture, education, and environmental sectors of British Columbia. This includes soil and land capability assessments, environmental assessments on agricultural land, project management, strategic planning, business planning, market assessment, and facilitation of industry meetings.

Bruce is involved in the assessment of agricultural and financial damage caused by linear developments such as pipelines and highways. He carries out technical work on a wide range of agricultural commodities from greenhouses to poultry farms.

He is involved in soil and land capability assessments, land reclamation and rehabilitation for mines and linear developments, and environmental impact studies.

Bruce is a retired instructor of the Faculty of Science and Horticulture and the School of Business at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Matthew McTavish, EP, ISA Certified Arborist
VP, Environment & Forestry, Senior Partner
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Matthew McTavish, EP, ISA Certified Arborist
VP, Environment & Forestry, Senior Partner

Matthew McTavish offers a unique multidisciplinary approach to the projects he is involved in. He has extensive experience working on varied projects associated with linear, industrial, and urban development and their effects on natural areas and urban interface environments. Matt has the knowledge and experience to implement a broad range of innovative solutions to the management of projects in the forestry and environmental fields.

Justin McTavish, BSc, PAg
VP, Agriculture & Soils, Senior Partner
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Justin McTavish, BSc, PAg
VP, Agriculture & Soils, Senior Partner

Justin McTavish is a company senior partner and is the vice president/technical lead for all projects with agricultural and soils components. Justin holds a BSc in Applied Biology with a focus on soils and environmental studies and is able to draw on his educational background and over ten years of consulting experience to solve complex projects and provide solutions-based results.

In his role at McTavish, Justin manages various small- and large-scale projects involving baseline soil survey/assessment, GIS mapping for soil classification, soil management/assessment for construction, environmental risk mitigation, surface/groundwater management and agricultural land capability. Justin provides technical and construction support for various proponents, including municipal government, oil and gas operations and maintenance, pipeline and facility construction, linear infrastructure development, mining, and agricultural operations and development.

Bob Cooper, BRE
VP, Operations & Administration
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Bob Cooper, BRE
VP, Operations & Administration

Bob Cooper has over 20 years’ experience managing projects for a broad spectrum of businesses and organizations in BC and northern Alberta.  

A member of the senior management team, Bob brings extensive experience in financial management, staff management, organizational planning and leadership development to McTavish Resource and Management Consultants Ltd.

Michael Hills, MSc
Commercial Director, Partner
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Michael Hills, MSc
Commercial Director, Partner

Mike Hills holds an MSc in management from Imperial College in London, England.

He has a keen understanding of management structure for both large and small companies. Mike’s experience in finance and administration give him unique perspectives on corporate communication and development.

Serving on the senior management team, Mike brings his skills to the development and implementation of systems that improve all aspects of the business, from managing contracts and client relationships to financial stewardship and corporate sustainability.

Cassidy Collins, BSc, RPBio, PBiol
Technical Director, Environment, Partner
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Cassidy Collins, BSc, RPBio, PBiol
Technical Director, Environment, Partner

Cassidy is a registered professional biologist with a demonstrated history of working in the environmental services industry, both public and private sectors, including urban and industrial development, utility, linear infrastructure, forestry and oil and gas.

Skilled in aquatic and terrestrial ecology, with a focus on freshwater aquatics in BC and Alberta. Cassidy has a proven track-record in providing solutions-based support, resource planning, and management to a wide range of clients, as well as providing technical leadership on small and large-scale projects.

Stacy Boczulak, MSc, PAg, RPBio
Project Director, Environment & Agriculture
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Stacy Boczulak, MSc, PAg, RPBio
Project Director, Environment & Agriculture

Stacy holds a BSc in biology and a Master of Science degree in plant physiology and soil nutrients. She is a Professional Agrologist and a Registered Professional Biologist in BC. Stacy is a Technical Lead and Project Biologist within McTavish Resource & Management Consultants Ltd.’s Environment team.

Stacy’s research and applied experience include a range of natural and human-altered ecosystems such as forests, grasslands, wetlands, streams, coasts, and agro-ecosystems. Her experience in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems gives her a unique perspective which is reflected in her experience in terrestrial biology, soil science and aquatic biogeochemistry.

Stacy has worked on environmental and agricultural impact assessments, land capability assessments, aquatic assessments, beneficial reuse of organic wastes, environmental monitoring, waste management and wildlife salvages.

Stacy’s terrestrial ecology experience includes conducting vegetation surveys, plant and soil classification, soil sampling and nutrient analysis. Her aquatic technical experience includes stream surveying, aquatic sampling, and salmon habitat restoration. Her soils experience includes soil classification, soil sampling, land capability assessments, agricultural assessments, waste management and nutrient analysis.

Agriculture & Soils Team

Amy Sigsworth, BSc, PAg
Project Agrologist
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Amy Sigsworth, BSc, PAg
Project Agrologist

Amy Sigsworth is an agriculture and soil scientist. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Ottawa and a Master of Land and Water Systems from the University of British Columbia where she specialized in soils and agriculture.

In her role at McTavish, Amy participates and leads technical and coordination aspects of small- and large-scale projects involving soil management and assessments and agricultural land capability assessments for private clients, municipal governments, and primary industry. Amy has considerable hands-on farm experience in organic mixed vegetable and fruit production, and dairy and beef cattle farming. Her education and farm experience facilitates a bridge between science and practical application.

Jordyn Carss, BSc, AAg
Project Lead
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Jordyn Carss, BSc, AAg
Project Lead

Jordyn is an environmental scientist and articling agrologist. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from the University of British Columbia and a graduate certificate in Sustainable Food Systems and Security from Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Her education integrates physical earth processes with policy and planning and investigates the interactions of humans and their environment.

As a Project Lead, Jordyn is involved with both the management and technical elements of projects and specializes in the coordination of multidisciplinary projects/teams and the development of cohesive deliverables. Jordyn has a broad spectrum of capabilities she has gained through her experience providing consulting services to engineers, government bodies, contractors, and private clients. She has been trained in ecology and agrology and has worked on projects pertaining to environmental and agricultural impact assessments, fish and wildlife salvages and surveys, vegetation management, water quality sampling and analysis, reclamation, literature reviews, and spatial data management and visualization.

Franco López Campomanes, BSc, AAg
Soils Technician
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Franco López Campomanes, BSc, AAg
Soils Technician

Franco holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology with a major in Soil Science from the University of British Columbia. He is an Articling Agrologist and the 2023/2024 president of the Pacific Regional Society of Soil Science (PRSSS).

Franco has experience in a variety of agricultural research projects focusing on sustainable soil management, livestock grazing rotation, and over-wintering cover cropping. Franco also has farm experience working in organic vegetable production and livestock management. He has worked in both the public and private sectors.

Franco conducts soil surveys, agricultural land capability assessments, and construction inspections related to soil and agriculture for McTavish Resource and Management Consultants Ltd.

Geoff Hughes-Games, BSc, PAg
Associate, Senior Agrologist
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Geoff Hughes-Games, BSc, PAg
Associate, Senior Agrologist

Geoff Hughes-Games is Professional Agrologist with over 35 years’ experience in agricultural soil management including soil classification and land use. Geoff’s training and education focused on irrigation, soils, agri-environmental risk assessment and adult education. Geoff began his agriculture career in Alberta with work on soil reclamation. Prior to beginning his 29 year career with the BC Government, he worked in the public and private sectors on activities ranging from nutrient research in tree fruits to marketing of crop protection products.

Geoff began work with the BC Ministry of Agriculture as a technician in the area of soil management and drainage projects. As Provincial Soil Specialist he assisted with the development of legislation and policy for organic residuals management from agricultural and non-agricultural sources. He was instrumental in the development and management of environmental programs, including the BC Environmental Farm Plan and Beneficial Management Practices Programs.

Geoff has training and experience in emergency response and recovery efforts, particularly in relation to flooding, animal disease, spill and debris flow events.

Geoff co-authored several publications including Soil Management Handbooks for both the Fraser Valley and the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys, the BC Agricultural Drainage Manual, and the Reference Guide and Planning Workbook for the BC Environmental Farm Plan Program.

Hubert Timmenga, PhD, PAg
Associate, Senior Soil Scientist
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Hubert Timmenga, PhD, PAg
Associate, Senior Soil Scientist

Dr. Hubert Timmenga is a soil scientist, environmental practitioner and inventor. He specializes in sustainable agriculture and beneficial use of organic waste and composting, and product and process development.

Hubert specializes in creating solutions based on the convergence of planning, regulations, systems and technologies. His project and research experience includes; agricultural planning, research strategy, environmental assessments, and waste management feasibility studies. Hubert’s professional expertise includes design, permitting and monitoring of composting facilities, technology reviews, beneficial reuse of organic and inorganic waste materials in agricultural production, preparation and review of agricultural guidelines and regulations in BC, and studies involving forestry and other land uses, including greenhouse gas and carbon credits.

Darrell Zbeetnoff, MSc, PAg
Associate, Senior Agricultural Economist
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Darrell Zbeetnoff, MSc, PAg
Associate, Senior Agricultural Economist

Darrell Zbeetnoff holds a MSc in agricultural economics and farm management, a MNRM in land/water use management, and a MA in anthropology. Darrell is a Professional Agrologist and certified agricultural consultant with over 30 years’ experience in agricultural business planning and strategic analysis, feasibility assessments, agro-environmental impact assessments, and project analysis and evaluation. As a Registered Environmental Farm Plan planning advisor, he has completed over 100 environmental farm plans and over 20 associated riparian assessments and management plans for BC farmers.

Mr. Zbeetnoff has provided services to agricultural sectors ranging from greenhouses, nursery and berries to livestock, poultry, mushrooms and functional foods. He has undertaken agricultural area planning and strategies for the province, Regional Districts and municipalities in BC and assisted local governments in incorporating agriculture into their industrial plans, in which challenges and opportunities facing agricultural sector are regularly articulated.

He has been involved in the assessment and evaluation of issues affecting the BC agricultural industry and is intimately familiar with the economic environment and decision processes associated with agricultural business planning.

Giles Stevenson, Dipl RNS
Project Specialist, Reclamation
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Giles Stevenson, Dipl RNS
Project Specialist, Reclamation

Giles’ background and education are in the restoration of natural systems and in landscape design. He has extensive practical experience in administering Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs) for pipeline construction and reclamation.

Since 1988 Giles has provided services to linear development projects throughout Western Canada in environmental planning, field coordination, environmental inspection during construction, and implementation of reclamation plans.

Giles works to ensure that environmental concerns are identified, assessed, and communicated to clients and stakeholders. He assists in developing practical mitigation measures to meet environmental objectives.

During construction Giles’ roles have included Field Environmental Coordinator and Senior or Lead Environmental Inspector.

Jeff Hicks, Cert. Arboriculture
Project Specialist, Landscape
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Jeff Hicks, Cert. Arboriculture
Project Specialist, Landscape

Jeff Hicks has 30 years of industry-related experience in the Canadian horticulture industry. Jeff has held management positions in a number of larger nursery operations including Pickett’s Nursery, Edgewater Plants and Specimen Trees. From 2014 to 2020 he was commercial sales manager for Edgewater Plants. Jeff has close alliances with landscapers, landscape architects and nurseries in British Columbia.

Jeff is responsible for the landscape assessments, reclamation planning, budgeting and implementation for a variety of McTavish projects including linear developments, municipal and private developments.

Raymond Wladichuk, BSc PGeo GDBA
Project Manager
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Raymond Wladichuk, BSc PGeo GDBA
Project Manager

Raymond Wladichuk is a Professional Geologist and practicing member in good standing with Engineers and Geoscientists BC under the discipline of Environmental Geoscience.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences and a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Simon Fraser University.  He resides on a farm in the Okanagan where he both practices and experiments with agricultural sciences.

Raymond provides geoscience, construction, and management consulting services to the natural resource and construction industries.  He has held geoscientist and engineering geologist roles for very large geotechnical engineering and construction projects, and geologist roles in mining and mineral exploration.  He holds executive level management roles in the natural resource industry for public and private companies.

Trish Hanuszak, BSc AAg
Project Agrologist
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Trish Hanuszak, BSc AAg
Project Agrologist

Trish Hanuszak is an agriculture and soil scientist. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science, an Associate of Science, and is currently completing a Masters of Soil Science through the University of British Columbia with a focus on nutrient dynamics in local agroecosystems.

In her role at McTavish, Trish engages with small- and large-scale projects involving soil management and assessments and agricultural land capability assessments for private clients, municipal governments, and primary industry. Trish has experience in a variety of environmental and agricultural fields including integrated pest management and biological control research for tree fruits. She has worked in both the public and private sectors.

Environment & Forestry Team

Claudio Bianchini, RPBio
Associate, Senior Wildlife Biologist
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Claudio Bianchini, RPBio
Associate, Senior Wildlife Biologist

Claudio has over 27 years’ experience in the areas of environmental biology and wildlife management, as both a biologist and research technician. Claudio has provided environmental consulting services pertaining to wildlife, vegetation, and species at risk for both the private and public sectors. He has extensive experience in working in remote locations as well as in urban settings. Many of these projects included both fieldwork and report writing involving multidisciplinary teams and First Nations.

As a wildlife biologist, he has a broad background in terrestrial and marine environments. Claudio’s project experience includes British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Alaska, and the Canadian Arctic.

Jace Standish, MSc, RPF, PAg
Senior Ecologist
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Jace Standish, MSc, RPF, PAg
Senior Ecologist

Jace holds a BSF in forest management and a MS (Soil Science) from the University of British Columbia.

Between 1991 and 2020, Jace taught courses in plant identification, soils, terrestrial ecosystem classification, aerial remote sensing, and environmental assessment at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). He also served as Program Head for Forestry and for the Ecological Restoration degree program. 

Jace has worked in natural resource and environmental consulting for over 40 years. Before joining McTavish, he worked with Talisman Land Resource Consultants, Norecol Environmental Consultants, Westland Resource Group, Stewart & Ewing Associates (SEAFOR), Rescan Environmental Consultants and as an independent consultant for various public and private sector clients. He has worked in all regions of British Columbia, as well as Alberta, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territory, Nunavut, Ontario, New Hampshire, California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Guyana and the Dominican Republic.

Jace has worked in the fields of soil survey, ecosystem classification, land capability and suitability mapping, environmental assessment and permitting.  He has authored technical papers on mining reclamation, forest biomass, deforestation, soil development, soil degradation and ecological classification.

Jace has also carried out biogeoclimatic ecosystem mapping of Tree Farm Licenses 1 and 41, as well as the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations to help implement the biogeoclimatic ecosystem classification.  He was Education Coordinator for the Canada-Guyana Interim Forestry Project, Project Leader for BCIT’s Yew Tree Project, and Project Manager for a 3-year study to develop a forest biomass prediction system in British Columbia for the Canadian Forest Service.

Amy Whitear, MSc, RPBio, PBiol
Project Biologist
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Amy Whitear, MSc, RPBio, PBiol
Project Biologist

Amy Whitear holds a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, and a Master of Science in Zoo Conservation Biology. She is a biologist with 10 years of professional experience monitoring at risk populations of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians across Canada and the United States.

Amy is responsible for site supervision and environmental monitoring on oil and gas projects, including performance of site assessments, wildlife sweeps and salvages. She installs mitigation measures to protect critical habitat for at risk species. She has held leadership roles in species at risk research for the academic and non-profit sectors and has coordinated projects to meet the deliverables of provincial and federal government grants.

Michael Lee, MSc, RPBio
Project Biologist
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Michael Lee, MSc, RPBio
Project Biologist

Michael is a biologist with a diverse background in conservation, ecology, and biodiversity. He has over four years of environmental monitoring and consulting experience and is successfully contributing to the delivery of major, multidisciplinary projects. As a consultant, Michael has filled a variety of roles and supported experts in many disciplines including GIS & ecosystem mapping, vegetation, wildlife, fish, species-at-risk, environmental monitoring, and erosion and sediment control.

Michael has a broad range of experience conducting and leading wildlife survey and salvage programs, writing technical reports and deliverables for clients, conducting stream assessments, delineating environmental features, and conducting environmental baseline surveys. He is skilled in wildlife identification throughout several taxa, data management and visualization using a variety of tools and software including QGIS and ArcGIS, project coordination, and scientific communication.

Devin Robinson, BNRSc, PBiol, AAg
Project Lead
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Devin Robinson, BNRSc, PBiol, AAg
Project Lead

Devin holds a Bachelor of Natural Resource Science and has over four years of environmental consulting experience, including field coordination and delivery of various environmental programs for mid-stream oil and gas and renewable energy projects.

Devin began his career providing field oversight of vegetation management and providing environmental inspection and support for geotechnical drilling activities to support pipeline maintenance/operations and pipeline construction. Now, Devin acts as a project lead at McTavish and is responsible for environmental coordination and field oversight of various operation and maintenance and capital programs associated with oil and gas in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. In addition, Devin has provided environmental assessment/survey and acted as the lead environmental inspector/monitor for various large-scale construction projects such as capital pipeline projects (i.e., line lowering, valve installations, crossing replacements etc.), river diversions, remediation, bridge replacements, and road reconstruction.

Aidan Parks, BSc, RPBio, PBiol
Project Lead 
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Aidan Parks, BSc, RPBio, PBiol
Project Lead 

Aidan is a Project Biologist with four years of professional consulting experience in aquatic ecology, environmental impact assessment, and environmental monitoring throughout British Columbia and Alberta. His experiences include pre-disturbance habitat assessments to support permitting and large-scale fish salvage and environmental inspection to support construction. His role as Project Biologist has included water quality monitoring, restoration, and fish and wildlife surveys for provincial and federal regulatory applications and projects in the transportation, infrastructure, marine services, and oil and gas sectors.

Aidan is also experienced with field navigation and data collection, and operating off-highway vehicles, trailers, and jet boats while conducting field studies. He has significant experience authoring scientific communications, including technical data reports, responses to client and First Nations stakeholder information requests, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Requests for Review, Environmental Assessment Certificate amendments, and other regulatory permitting applications.

Jasper Smith, BSc, PAg
Project Lead
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Jasper Smith, BSc, PAg
Project Lead

Jasper holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management, a Diploma of Integrated Environmental Planning, and is Professional Agrologist. Jasper is a Project Lead with McTavish Resource & Management Consultants Ltd.’s Environment team.

 Jasper has over 7 years of environmental consulting experience in oil and gas, infrastructure, and forestry, providing services including stakeholder engagement, baseline habitat assessments, developing and implementing environmental monitoring programs. He has coordinated and managed environmental field programs, working with a variety of disciplines which include: fish and wildlife surveys and salvages, habitat restoration, erosion and sediment control, water quality management, environmental inspection, and regulatory compliance.

Anna Yuill , MSc RPBio FIT
Project Lead
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Anna Yuill , MSc RPBio FIT
Project Lead

Anna is a registered professional biologist and a forester in training with a demonstrated history of working in the environmental services industry, both public and private sectors, including urban development, forestry, landscape planning, and oil and gas.

Skilled in wildlife biology, landscape planning, terrestrial ecology, with a focus on old growth, old forests, and ecosystems at risk in BC. She is proficient in ESRI’s ArcGIS, ENVI, Microsoft Office, and R. Anna has a proven track-record of providing solutions-based support, resource planning, and management to a wide range of clients, as well as providing technical leadership on a variety of projects.

Jordyn Carss, BSc, AAg
Project Lead 
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Jordyn Carss, BSc, AAg
Project Lead 

Jordyn is an environmental scientist with a diverse background in land, air, and water systems. She has over five years of consulting experience and has contributed to the successful delivery of many multidisciplinary projects for clients in the public and private sectors. As a consultant, Jordyn has filled a variety of roles and supported experts in many disciplines including agriculture, soils, vegetation, wildlife, fish, species at risk, hydrology, hydrogeology, and water quality.

Jordyn has experience navigating the regulatory approval process, enforcing environmental compliance during construction, conducting field and desktop surveys and studies, analyzing, and processing data, and preparing reports and deliverables. She is skilled at data management and visualization using a variety of tools and software including QGIS and ArcGIS, project coordination, and science communication.

Acacia Meyer, BA, Dip Tech, RB Tech in Training, AAg
Environmental Technician
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Acacia Meyer, BA, Dip Tech, RB Tech in Training, AAg
Environmental Technician

Acacia holds a Bachelors of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies and a Diploma of Technology in Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation.

 Acacia has experience in a variety of environmental fields such as vegetation management, fish and wildlife surveys, and fisheries stock assessment. She has worked in both the public and private natural resource sectors.

 In her role at McTavish, Acacia conducts wildlife and bird surveys, wildlife sweeps and salvages, and riparian assessments. She also has experience working with provincially and federally listed species at risk, such as Red-legged Frog and Oregon Forest Snail.

Jan Lee, MSc BIT
Environmental Specialist
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Jan Lee, MSc BIT
Environmental Specialist

Jan holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology, and a Master of Science in ecological restoration. His undergraduate work was in entomology, and his masters work looked at the impact of exotic cattail and its impact on benthic macroinvertebrate communities.

Jan has experience with public education, animal husbandry, fisheries assessments, species at risk, fish and wildlife salvages, and wildlife sweeps. He has personal interests in marine ecosystems and has 10 years of experience in community recreation.

Ellery Hardy, BSc, BIT
Environmental Technician
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Ellery Hardy, BSc, BIT
Environmental Technician

Ellery holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology from Simon Fraser University, specializing in ecology, evolution, and conservation. Her undergraduate honours research focused on the effects of environmental factors on the haul-out behaviour of harbour seals in the Strait of Georgia.

Ellery has experience with wildlife rehabilitation, environmental toxicology, species at risk, and wildlife salvages and surveys. She has worked in the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

In her role at McTavish, Ellery conducts wildlife surveys, habitat assessments and watercourse monitoring.

Francesca Hoock, Dip.Tech 
Environmental Technician 
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Francesca Hoock, Dip.Tech 
Environmental Technician 

Francesca holds a Diploma of Environmental Protection Technology from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, focusing on water quality and soil vapor monitoring. She has a varied background from finance to organic farming, to solid waste management.

 As an Environmental Technician with McTavish Resource & Management Consultants Francesca works to control invasive species through vegetation management activities, as well as conducts wildlife surveys and salvages for species at risk

Kaitlin Machacek, BASc BIT  
Environmental Specialist 
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Kaitlin Machacek, BASc BIT  
Environmental Specialist 

Kaitlin holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Ecosystem Managementwith a focus on fish and wildlife from Lethbridge College and has a Biologist in Training designation.

Kaitlin has consulting experience with wildlife monitoring, water quality monitoring, fish salvaging and providing wildlife mitigation recommendations for pipeline construction and post construction, as well as working with species at risk including birds, bats, small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.

In her role at McTavish, Kaitlin conducts bird nest and amphibian sweeps, raptor monitoring, and wildlife surveys and salvages.

Gord Caulien
Project Specialist
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Gord Caulien
Project Specialist

Business Operations & Administrative Team

Marlene Neustaedter
Administrative Assistant – Finance
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Marlene Neustaedter
Administrative Assistant – Finance

Marlene brings over 20 years of financial and administrative experience in her role as Administrative Assistant – Finance. Her wide-ranging business experience in multiple industries gives her a unique perspective and flexibility to manage critical deadlines and details in the commercial environment.

Marlene’s experience provides a strong foundation on the administration team as she helps oversee all components of the financial cycle; she has been a great asset in the fast-paced, commercial atmosphere at McTavish

Rebecca Galan
Human Resources & Safety Coordinator
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Rebecca Galan
Human Resources & Safety Coordinator

Rebecca is the newest member of the McTavish team. She brings 15 years of administrative experience in human resources, recruitment, bookkeeping and corporate relations.

Rebecca is positive, professional, and detail oriented in her approach to work. She assists the senior management team.  

Rebecca is studying human resources at BCIT.

Paul Gibbs, BSc (Kinesiology)
Field Logistics Coordinator
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Paul Gibbs, BSc (Kinesiology)
Field Logistics Coordinator

Paul Gibbs holds a BSc in Kinesiology. He worked for 30 years at Simon Fraser University, serving in a variety of roles.

His athletic background and additional experience in construction make him an asset to support field logistics and manage material assets for McTavish projects.

Paul provides on-site communication and inspections to ensure the company’s safety compliance in the field.

Caroline Kennedy
Administrative Assistant
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Caroline Kennedy
Administrative Assistant

Lynn Chisholm McTavish, RN BScN MPH
Senior Advisor, Health and Safety
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Lynn Chisholm McTavish, RN BScN MPH
Senior Advisor, Health and Safety

Lynn Chisholm is a Registered Nurse and holds a BSc (Nursing) and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of Liverpool, England School of Medicine.

Lynn manages ISNetworld and eRailSafe training for Company employees.  She is the Company contact person for HSE policy matters.  Lynn is the senior editor of McTavish professional reports.

Lynn has been a Registered Nurse in various line and supervisory roles in the fields of primary care, occupational health and public health for almost 40 years.  In her role as a Federal civil servant Lynn provided hands-on nursing duties, staff supervision and management for First Nations communities in the geographic northeast of BC. Lynn retired from the Federal Government in 2014, but returned to active duty in 2016 to provide hands-on home and community care services and community health services to a small local First Nation.