Born and raised in Melville, SK, Logan returned after completing Civil Engineering Technology at SIAST. He returned to work as the third generation at his family’s concrete and aggregate business, N&R Concrete Ltd. It has been a privilege to work alongside his Grandpa, Grandma, Mom and Dad. Logan’s main focus in the business is managing concrete production and delivery.
Logan enjoys the challenge that each day brings in the fast pace construction industry. When not working, Logan enjoys camping, fishing, and snowmobiling.
Logan has been a board member of Concrete Sask since 2016.
Nicole Campbell is a small-town Saskatchewan girl with big dreams who is passionate about Saskatchewan, as well as seeing growth in business, industry & agriculture within our province.
Nicole is the 3rd generation owner of Yorkton Concrete 2012 Ltd, a redimix/precast concrete plant & granular material supply business located in Yorkton SK. She has been working in the family business since 2006, began purchasing the business in 2012 and expanded the business to include the gravel operations in 2017. Nicole has been working in the concrete industry for 15 years.
Nicole is currently the Vice President of Concrete Sask & has served on the Board for 5 years. During her time, she has chaired the Concrete Paving Committee & had the privilege to represent the Association at both Federal & Provincial Industry Lobby Days.
Ryan started attending the SRMCA events in 2008 and by 2010 was on the board of Directors serving as the Rural Representative.
In 2011 Ryan became Vice-President and has been a part of the executive board since then. Serving 3 years as Vice President, then in 2014 becoming President. After an extended term, in the fall of 2017 Ryan transitioned to Past President and has held that position since then.
Ryan and his brother Randy operate Swayze Concrete as a 3 rd generation business out of the South East Corner of Saskatchewan based out of Weyburn, Carnduff, and Assiniboia.
Born and raised in Saskatchewan. Over a decade of experience in the construction industry and serving Concrete Sask board of directors since 2019. Nick started his career with a diploma in Civil Engineering Technology from SIAST Palliser campus in Moose Jaw, SK. Throughout college and immediately following graduation, he worked for a consultant and multiple general contractors. Lehigh Hanson hired Nick in 2013 to manage the Inland Concrete Quality Control program at K+S Potash – Legacy project. Following completion of that project, Lehigh relocated his family to Calgary, AB where he supported the Inland team as a Technical Sales Representative for Concrete & Aggregates. Presently, Nick oversees cement sales in Southern Saskatchewan for Lehigh. He resides in Regina, SK with his Wife and boston terrier – Kahne. Nick is enthusiastic about the future of our industry and promoting concrete as the #1 building material on the planet.
Wood is a global leader in the delivery of project engineering and technical services to energy and industrial markets. Wood operates in more than 60 countries, employing approximately 60,000 people.
Wood’s history in Saskatchewan dates back to 1952, when BB Torchinsky & Associates was founded by Ben Torchinsky. Ben was previously an Associate Professor in the Civil Engineering Department of the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. Ben’s research focused swelling soils common to the City of Regina area, and its effects on buildings constructed on shallow foundations, resulting in cracks and quick deterioration. Through his findings, he was instrumental in developing a deep pile foundation system improving the stability and longevity of buildings impacted by swelling soils.
Wood’s Environment & Infrastructure Solutions (E&IS) provides a full range of services across the following sectors: government, industrial, mining, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, power / clean energy, transportation and water. In Saskatchewan, E&IS operates out of Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, where our multi-discipline experts provide diversified services across the life cycle of our customers’ assets including Environmental Remediation, Public Infrastructure, Geotechnical & Materials, and Environmental Sciences.
Dennis started his career one of Wood’s predecessor companies, BBT Geotechnical Consultants, in 1975 following his graduation from the Civil Engineering Technology program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic (formerly Saskatchewan Technical Institute) in Moose Jaw.
Dennis first joined the Saskatchewan Ready Mix Concrete Association (SRMCA) in 1999 because of his great interest in concrete. Dennis is presently the chairperson of the Concrete Sask technical committee. Dennis was instrumental in updating and developing the Plant Certification program for Concrete Sask producer members, reviewing CSA technical information to aid producer members in understanding and keep up to date with the latest standards, providing review and guidance of technical issues, testing issues, project specifications and any related concrete issues that producer members may have.
Colin graduated from SIAST in 1992 with a diploma in Civil Engineering Technology. His first position was with Hardy BBT. In 2002 he took a position of Quality Control Technician with Lafarge and set up their QA lab. During his 6 years with Lafarge he transitioned to Project Coordinator then to Senior Estimator for their Construction Division. In 2008 Colin took a position as Operations Manager with Western Redi Mix. In 2010 Colin took a position as General Manager of Peters Excavating. In 2015 he took his current position of Area Manager with BURNCO Rock Products Ltd.
Operations Manager for Inland Concrete for Regina, and Moose Jaw, I have been with the company for 8 years, I started out as a mechanic with the company in February 2013, in Medicine Hat and relocated to Regina 2 years to take the position of Operations Manager.
Steve has served Concrete Sask as a board member since 2018. Currently Steve sits on the technical and financial committees. Before serving on the Concrete Sask board he served as a director on the Concrete Alberta board for 2 two-year terms.
Currently Steve is the Area Manager for Lehigh Hanson Materials o/a Inland Concrete and Inland Aggregates in Saskatchewan. Responsibilities include RMC plants in Meadow Lake, Moose Jaw, Regina, and Saskatoon, with Aggregate operations spread geographically across Saskatchewan. Over the last 25 years Steve has operated in multiple capacities in Medicine Hat, Calgary and Fort McMurray before relocating to Saskatchewan
I have been in the concrete industry for 30 years, started driving a mixer truck in rural Alberta and eventually was the plant manager for a small ready mix producer and gravel producer. 19 years ago a job posting for a sales rep in Saskatchewan for Master Builders was posted. Luckily I was the candidate. I took over sales for Saskatchewan, the following year I was granted sales also for Manitoba and Northwest Ontario. In the 19 years being employed in admixtures sales and technical support I have met some amazing people, most becoming close friends. With evolving admixtures and concrete specs makes my position very challenging. Have been on the board of directors with Concrete Sask for 17 years.
I have logged over 1.5 million kilometers in my career with close to 3000 nights in hotel rooms. This would not be possible without the support from the people in my life, AKA Rhonda and Minnie. We reside at the Lake of the Prairies outside of Roblin Manitoba, where it is peaceful and a great place to wind down on the weekends.
I got into the redi-mix industry in 2005 with the purchase of an small company called U-Cart Concrete. It was a scary endeavour, because all I knew about concrete was that it Got Hard. I came from a trucking background, and none of these jobs involved concrete. I didn't even know how to operate a concrete truck, but all of a sudden I owned three of them. The first year was crazy, but I loved every moment, and never looked back. I went on to build a great business over the next ten years that caught the eye of a larger company called Western Redi-mix from Saskatoon. Eventually sold to Western and ran the operation in Regina.
Outside of my work life I get involved with too many hobbies. Everything from snowmobiling, atving, to hunting and fishing. The number one hobby is spending time out at the lake on the pontoon boat. I encourage people to try something they never have done before. I didn't have any idea of how the concrete industry worked, but jumped into it anyway. This decision turned out to be the best life lesson, and career choice I ever made.
Upon completing his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan in 2007, Tyler began his career with Prairie ICF and is currently the company's Manager & Co-owner. An interest in the construction industry began at a young age through work with various contractors throughout High School & University and this continues with his current position, as well as active involvement in numerous industry associations.
Harrison has been working in the Clifton materials testing laboratory in Saskatoon for the past 11 years. During that time, he has fulfilled the role of field technician, laboratory technician and laboratory supervisor. His time at Clifton has allowed him to work on some of the largest infrastructure projects in Saskatchewan’s recent history and many other sectors of the Saskatchewan economy. Harrison’s duties included QA/QC on ready mix concrete and the aggregates used for production. As a member of Clifton’s materials testing laboratory his focus has not only been on concrete but also asphalt, soil and other aggregates.
Kevin Kuklisin is the District Sales Manager – Western Canada for Euclid Chemical, providing support and technical solutions for Euclid’s construction materials product line, ready mix fibers, admixtures and integral color. Prior to joining Euclid, Kevin spent five years as Canadian Operations Lab Manager for Sanjel and 17 years in the Analytical/Product Characterization group for NOVA Chemicals.
When not travelling the highways and gravel roads of the Prairie provinces, Kevin enjoys spending time with his wife Debbie and three children Emily, Sarah and Cody. Any free time that may remain, you might find him playing hockey, basketball, golf, fishing or cutting the grass.
The Association is active in several areas of the construction industry including ongoing partnerships with government, stakeholders, designers, engineers, architects, and trade associations.
Concrete Saskatchewan’s objective is to promote the use of concrete and best practice amongst membership to produce concrete in accordance with the highest quality standards. We are focused on facilitating relationships among members and industry to strengthen our roots as a unified voice and promote concrete as the building material of choice.
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