Brandon joined Bird Mechanical in 2002 making him the third generation to enter into the family business. Today Brandon is Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic direction of the company and its operations. In his time with the company Brandon has managed the acquisition of John McKenzie Plumbing, with the focus of restructuring the Bird Mechanical Service and Small Project Department. He has strategically expanded the business with the addition of an HVAC/R department and the Atlantic Canada Office in Nova Scotia. Brandon’s primary objective is to transition the company into new markets while reinforcing Bird Mechanical as a niche service provider in a highly specialized industry.
Yolanda joined Bird Mechanical in 2016 bringing with her years of experience in senior financial and accounting positions. In her role as the Chief Financial Officer of Bird Mechanical, Yolanda is responsible for financial planning by performing risk management, analyzing liabilities, investments and creating comprehensive financial budgets. She works closely with the Executive Management Team to develop operational budgets, evaluates and reports finances, and participates in collaboration on the organization’s financial strategic pursuits. As an Officer of the company Yolanda is the primary treasury and manages the working capital, acquisitions and investment analysis.
Dan joined Bird Mechanical in 2008, a graduate from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Dan quickly advanced in the company working in various positions which would contribute to his successful promotion as Vice President of Construction. As the Vice President of Construction Operations, Dan serves in a hands-on role in nearly every aspect of construction management; not only is he responsible for hiring and supervising the project management team, but he is also in charge of creating and managing budgets and forecast projections. Dan oversees and works with the operations team to ensure objectives are clearly defined while overseeing performance and project delivery.
Rey joined the Bird Mechanical Estimating Team in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Over the years Rey has played an integral role in helping the company grow and restructure. In 2018 Bird Mechanical opened our first office location across Canada in Nova Scotia. Rey was an essential part of the growth and success of our Atlantic Canada operations from conception to where it is now. His commitment to building a team of diverse employees has been demonstrated in the expansion and evolution amongst the departments he manages. As a successful dynamic business leader, Rey leads the company in business pursuits and new strategic developments. The departments he manages encompass Estimating, Marketing, Procurement, Assets and Operational Support. The departments work in synergy with one another allowing for growth and expansion, of not only the employees, but the company as a whole.
Alex joined the Bird Mechanical team in 2005 where he completed his apprenticeship to become a licensed Plumber. Alex quickly advanced into leaderships roles where he would be able to excel in all aspects of the projects from conception to execution. He has an excellent reputation on and off the field. Before taking over the operations in Atlantic Canada, Alex transitioned into the role of General Manager. In this role he managed the Nova Scotia Operations and worked closely with each of the departments and the managers to implement growth initiatives to better serve our clients. Today, Alex manages the Atlantic Canada and Service/Small Projects departments. In his leadership role, Alex is responsible for the operations, projects and strategic company initiatives in Nova Scotia and Ontario. Alex places an emphasis on business development and client relationships to ensure business continuity.