Mike Achtem, P.Eng, PMP, CCA
Mike is a registered Professional Engineer with a degree in Applied Science from Queens University. Mike has over 25 years experience consulting on land development and municipal infrastructure projects throughout British Columbia.
Mike is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) as well as a certified Contract Administrator with the Master Municipal Construction Association (MMCA).
Mike takes a value added approach to all his projects, striving to provide clients with a results orientated blend of cost and functionality. Mike’s clients include First Nations, Municipalities, Property Managers, Mining and Foresty Industries, Federal and Provincial Governments, Law Firms, Land Developers and Builders.
Josh Bartley, P.Eng
Josh is a registered Professional Engineer and graduate of the University of British Columbia, with a degree in Civil Engineering with Environmental Option. He previously completed a Civil Engineering Technology Diploma, and has nearly 10 years of experience with civil and environmental engineering projects. Josh’s experience has progressively built on the application of innovative solutions to infrastructure, land development, and environmental challenges.
Josh approaches projects from creative and technically sound perspectives and strives to work closely with stakeholders to develop value-added relationships. He believes that a successful project balances environmental and socio economic impacts with financial gains of all stakeholders, and that for our industry to continue to prosper we must consider our actions within a framework of sustainability.
Brad Loffler, P.Eng., P.Geo.
Brad is a senior environmental engineer and hydrogeologist with over 30 years of experience as an engineering consultant. He has completed numerous environmental projects from Phase I environmental site assessments and audits to site remediation and solid, liquid and hazardous waste management/abatement, as well as hydrogeological work throughout western Canada and in the northwest United States. Brad has conducted environmental and hydrogeological projects for all levels of industry, government, municipalities, first nations and property owners at all types of residential, commercial and industrial properties. He has worked on a major environmental cleanup of PCP contaminated soil in Dawson Creek, BC and remediation of fish canning facilities in Alert Bay and Tofino.
Brad has completed numerous hydrogeological projects consisting of aquifer exploration, evaluation and development of groundwater supplies and groundwater contaminant detection, monitoring and remediation. He has designed, installed and developed numerous wells in bedrock and overburden aquifers, designed and analyzed pumping test data and evaluated confined and unconfined aquifers and well capacities, including zone of influence and interference calculations. He has also completed numerous aquifer infiltration and dewatering assessment and design projects.
Cory Brown, M.Eng., EIT, AScT
Corey is a registered Engineer in Training with a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia specializing in Environmental Fluid Mechanics. Corey has been with the Islander team for over 7 years and has been involved with the successful completion of numerous land development, municipal, and environmental projects during his tenure.
Sean Babulic, EIT.
Sean is a registered Engineer in Training with a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo. Sean has considerable project management and environmental monitoring experience including leading roles in large scale marine remediation, mine reclamation and other complex multi-disciplinary remediation projects.
Chad Quinn, Dip. Tech.
Chad graduated with a Mechanical Engineering Technologist Diploma from Camosun College and branched over to Civil Engineering. He has a combined 15 years work experience including designing mechanical systems, civil residential & commercial infrastructure projects, design of waste water systems and civil infrastructure of the BC Coastline and water ways for the Coast Guard.
Justin Eagle, Dip. Tech.
Justin is a Civil Engineering Technologist with a diploma from Camosun College in Civil Engineering Technology. Justin joined the Islander team in May 2017 and has since gained experience in land development and Environmental Engineering. Justin was involved in the CVRD watermain replacement project “Saltair Phase 5” as well as Environmental monitoring and sampling at the CRD Waste Water Treatment Plant in Esquimalt.