Russell began at Price Gregory in 2002 as Project Manager and then further transferred to Edmonton, Alberta in 2014 as Vice President - Projects for O.J. Pipelines Canada. Russell was officially appointed in December of 2017 as President of O.J. Pipelines Canada and its subsidiaries RMS Welding Systems and O.J. Industrial Maintenance. He brings 20 years experience in project construction and operational management of pipeline construction companies and projects in both domestic and international locations.
Vice President – Finance and Administration
Gerald was appointed Vice President of Finance in 2006. He has over 20 years of experience in administrative and financial management of pipeline construction companies and projects in both domestic and international locations. Gerald is directly responsible for finance and administration of O.J. Pipelines and its subsidiaries RMS Welding Systems and O.J. Industrial Maintenance.
James began with O.J. Pipelines back in 2008 as Estimating Engineer. In 2009 James was transferred over to OJ Industrial Maintenance as Project Manager and remained in that position until 2014. In 2017 James returned back with O.J. Pipelines Canada as Projects Manager where he is directly responsible for project estimates and proposals. He brings over 10 years of experience in project construction of both oil and gas.
Dave has worked on numerous large scale pipeline projects and brings over 25 years of experience in project construction of both oil and gas working on both the owners' and contractors' sides. Dave has been employed with O.J.. Pipelines Canada since 2011.
Paul Stuckless, CRSP
Corporate Safety Manager
Paul worked in the logging industry for over 20 years prior to joining O.J. as Corporate Safety Manager. As member in good standing with the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP), Paul oversees the safety departments for O.J. Pipelines, RMS Welding Systems and O.J. Industrial Maintenance. Paul works closely with client safety representatives towards the goal of completing all projects incident and injury free.
Corporate Quality Manager
Vachon had began work with OJ Industrial Maintenance in 2010 as a Turnover Coordinator. From there his duties expanded to include Document Control and Quality Control, which lead to Vachon becoming Quality Control Lead and then Quality Manager for OJIM. In Fall of 2017 Vachon assumed the role as Corporate Quality Manager for O.J. Pipelines Canada.