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Brent Beach

Having the capacity to generate AWP influence is a key skill set for our change agents. We have been working with the industry over the last 10+ years developing a comprehensive understanding of what needs to happen, we have also been busy building the capacity to make it happen, through the acquisition and development of the right people.

Brent Beach

Brent Beach

Information Manager

Brent began his professional journey back in 1987 as an apprentice electrician at a small electrical shop in Sussex, New Brunswick. With only three employees and a wide range of scope, everything from dairy farms to heavy industrial, Brent learn that planning was the key to efficiency and productivity.

In the Spring of 1996, Brent and his wife Tammy relocated to Edmonton Alberta in search of a more stable future. Brent spent many years working in the large upstream Oils Sands extraction plants in Fort McMurray intermixed with smaller jobs in the Alberta oil patch. Fast forwarding to 2007, Brent took on the role as Lead Electrical Workface Planner for Nexen at their Long Lake Project. He would remain at Nexen until 2015. Since then Brent has worked on many projects around the world in different roles to execute work packaging or help in development and/or maintaining of AWP systems, and tools. Brent’s problem-solving ability combined with his programing knowledge has help bring much clarity to management and planning teams on a variety of projects. This skill set has proved to be extremely valuable within the construction industry.

On his down time, you can find him grabbing his camera and backpack and hitting the trails, or jumping on his road bike for the afternoon. Having completed the West Coast Trail four times, it is not hard to see he has a strong work ethic and seeing things through to the completion.