BRENT GOERZ

P.Eng., President

Co-Founder and President of the CCI Group of companies, Mr. Goerz has a proven track record as a successful entrepreneur. The group of companies that Mr. Goerz co-oversees include CCI Engineering, a recipient of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 5 years running, that employs over 150 employees and has 6 offices in Calgary, Edmonton, Cochrane, Prince George, Quebec and Houston. This highly specialized service company has worked on several large high profile projects in Canada including Keystone Pipeline, Energy East Pipeline and the TMX Kinder Morgan Pipeline. CCI Rentals includes a wide variety of Rental equipment that supplies the Oil and Gas pipeline industry as well as the municipal infrastructure industry. CCI Ventures comprises the real estate holdings that includes several commercial buildings in Edmonton, Cochrane and Stony Plain, Alberta.

Mr. Goerz received his degree in Engineering from U of A in 1995. During the rapid growth of the CCI group of companies Mr. Goerz has managed the overall quality of the product and overseen the development of several engineers in the company, as well as the overall strategy of the company and several company transforming implementations. Mr. Goerz’s work commitment to his entrepreneurial pursuit is evident with the continuing education he has received including the Executive Management Leadership program at U of A and his 3 year participation of the Nancy MacKay CEO Group Forum that encompasses entrepreneurs from several different organizations that meet monthly to discuss business strategy, learning and issues.

TRAVIS McCARTNEY

C.O.O.

Travis McCartney began his career with one of the largest HDD Contractors in 2002. After working his way through the ranks Travis became a steering hand with one of the top service companies in the industry, where Travis successfully completed over 80,000 meters of pilot hole guidance including multiple intersects. This experience helped drive Travis to become one of the industry’s top steering hands. From there Travis continued as a consultant helping complete and design technical crossings across North America with 100% success rate.

Travis joined CCI Inc. In 2011 as Construction and Business Development Manager. His role encompassed a wide range of skills, which included building relationships with both new and existing clients, creating proposals, conceptual design and working with field crews to determine appropriate route selection. Travis looked after projects as the Project Manager and was responsible for crews from start to project completion.

In 2016, Travis became General Manager of CCI Inc. and his family relocated to Houston, Texas to open up CCI Inc’s US office. Travis is responsible for overseeing CCI & Associates Inc. daily operations while ensuring overall business operations flow smoothly and efficiently. He has created and implemented effective business development and marketing plans, and works closely with all departments to maintain quality standards. Travis continues to play an integral role in the success of CCI & Associates Inc. US operations.

JUSTIN TAYLOR

VP Engineering

VP Engineering of CCI & Associates, Mr. Taylor has a proven track record in delivering highly specialized expert engineering and design services in the trenchless industry throughout North America, including several large high profile projects such as the Keystone / Keystone XL Pipelines, TMEP Kinder Morgan Pipeline, and the North West Redwater Partnership Sturgeon Refinery Pipeline Project.

Mr. Taylor received his degree in Engineering from U of A in 2007. During the rapid growth of CCI, which employs over 150 employees and has 6 offices in Calgary, Edmonton, Cochrane, Prince George, Quebec and Houston, Mr. Taylor has managed the overall quality of the engineering services of CCI, and has overseen the development of the CCI engineering team. Mr. Taylor’s work commitment to the provision of quality engineering services for CCI’s clients is evident with the continuing education he has received including the Business Leadership for Technical Professionals program at U of A School of Business, as well as his contributions to industry technical societies such as the North American Society of Trenchless Technology (NASTT).