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.
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. His commitment to building a team of diverse employees has been demonstrated in the expansion of his division to Service & HVAC and now Atlantic Canada where he will oversee the operations team. As a successful dynamic business leader, Rey will lead the company in business pursuits and new strategic developments.
Ryan is the Bird Mechanical Atlantic Canada General Manager. In his leadership role Ryan is responsible for the operations, projects and strategic company initiatives in Nova Scotia. His experience ranges from multi-million-dollar construction projects to on-call mechanical and emergency services. Ryan is responsible for design, communication and implementation of the operational plans for completing projects; monitoring progress and performance against the project plan and schedule; takes-action to resolve operational problems and minimize delays.