Al Nathoo, P. Eng., is a materials engineering consultant with over 40 years of
professional experience specializing in the evaluation of asphaltic concrete, Portland
cement concrete and other construction materials.
Al has been an active participant in CCIL and previously the Canadian Testing
Association (CTA). He has served on the CCIL Board of CCIL for over 20 years,
including two years as President. He also served as CCIL’s Executive Director from
2017 to 2019.
Al was also Vice President and Secretary Treasurer of CCIL, Chair of the CCIL /
Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) Liaison Committee, and Chair of the CTA
Asphalt Certification Program Administration Committee.
Trevor Gluck, P. Eng., is an Associate based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Amec Foster Wheeler, one of the world’s leading environmental and engineering consulting organizations. He is also the company’s Overall Materials Practice Area Lead for the Americas Region, and has over 20 years of design, consulting, and management experience.
Ms. Kelly Whitney is the provincial technical lead for WSP in Canada’s CCIL certified materials testing laboratories as well as Director of the GTA East operations for WSP’s Geotechnical and Environmental Engineering Division. Kelly has been managing laboratory operations of a variety of disciplines including the aggregate, mining and health care industries for over 20 years
Doug Otto, C.E.T. is the Vice President of Technical Services at TBT Engineering Limited in Thunder Bay, Ontario. TBT Engineering Limited is the largest independently owned Engineering firm in Northwestern Ontario. Doug is responsible for providing technical and project management services for many of TBT Engineering’s divisions. Doug is also Manager of Drilling Services at TBT Engineering and has over 20 years of experience in the Geotechnical and Construction Materials sector. Mr. Otto became Vice-President of CCIL at its AGM on April 26, 2021.
Tony Araujo is Vice-President of Paragon Systems Testing, a product testing and development technical centre, and has over 37 years of product and materials testing experience serving automotive, electronics, nuclear and high-technology manufacturers throughout North America.
Mark Charbonneau has worked more than 30 years as an analytical chemist. He is the President and founder of Testmark Laboratories Ltd. and the company has been serving clients in multiple locations for more than 20 years. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo and has worked on several international projects in Ukraine and Kazakhstan. He still enjoys developing rugged testing protocols and data reduction programs while encouraging young analytical chemists.
David Hope has been active in the environmental laboratory business for 30 years and is a recognized expert in the analysis of trace organic pollutants. He is a founding partner and Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Rim Laboratories, an environmental lab specializing in the ultra-trace analysis of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs).
Gordon H. Leaman, P.Eng., is a Senior Materials Engineer with Stantec Consulting Ltd., Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Gordon has managed one of the largest private concrete testing and research laboratories in Eastern Canada and provides consulting services to a wide variety of clients in various sectors including other offices of Stantec in Canada and the United States. He has been involved in numerous laboratory and field investigations on alkali aggregate reactivity, concrete durability, and high performance concrete including Confederation Bridge, Hibernia GBS, and Hebron GBS.
For over 15 years Gordon volunteered as the chair of the Plant Certification and Technical Committee for the Atlantic Concrete Association. He is past president and board member of ACI International Atlantic Chapter as well as the Design and Construction Institute of Nova Scotia. Gordon is co-vice chair of the technical committee for CSA Standards A23.1 and A23.2, and chair for CSA A283, Qualification code for concrete testing laboratories. He also represents the consulting community on Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewals’ technical committee on concrete.
Gordon joined the CCIL board in 2012; becoming President in 2015.
Gilbert G. McIntee, P. Eng. is the President of St. Lawrence Testing and Inspection Co. Ltd. He is the chairman of many Laboratory Certification Committees throughout Canada and has received three Recognition Awards for leadership and dedication to service to the Independent Testing Industry. Mr. McIntee is a member of the Geotechnical and Construction Materials Division, a director of CCIL and a member of the CCIL Management Committee.