Our Leadership Team
Tom Lyall joined NCI after a distinguished career in private business. As a consultant, Tom had more than 18 years experience in Industrial, Commercial & Residential Construction Projects. He has extensive Business Management experience and credentials in Construction Administration, Project Management and Program Development experience for a diverse selection of Labrador based Projects.
Some of Tom’s recent Labrador-focused projects include:
- Voisey’s Bay Mine Site Engineering Services
- 5 Wing Goose Bay Contaminated Sites Remediation Project
- construction administration involving Toromont Cat, Woodwards, Battlefield, and Hotel North.
Tom has considerable experience and exposure related to Issues Scoping with regards to the process used to focus the environmental assessment on issues and concerns identified by various stakeholders. He also has a keen understanding of Traditional Knowledge and the vital role that it plays in the Environmental Assessment Process associated with Labrador Projects. Tom is a Nunatsiavut Beneficiary.
Office ManagerJennifer provides all administrative functions for NCI, including accounts payable and receivable, and is an integral part of the management team. Jennifer’s previous experience includes more than 15 years of office administration at the Executive level in a variety of industries, including airlines, customs brokerage/freight forwarding, and diamond drilling. She has extensive experience in both Alberta and Labrador. Born and raised in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Jennifer has a Diploma in Business Administration from the College of the North Atlantic, and is currently working on her BBA through Memorial University.
LogisticsKeith has an extensive background in trucking and warehouse logistics. He keeps equipment and material organized and ready for work at the warehouse and in the yard. Born and raised in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Keith has the local knowledge and the contacts for getting things done efficiently. Keith possesses Transportation of Dangerous Goods certification, and handles paperwork for all dangerous goods traveling by land, sea and air.
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Reporting to the Chief Officer, the 3rd Mate is responsible for maintaining the bridge navigational and communications equipment as well as assisting with the vessel’s piloting, navigation, safety and small boat operations. This position is based on a 6 week on 3 week off rotation flying in/out of Happy Valley-Goose Bay.