About Us – Our Team
The right mix of knowledge, skills, and experience on every project.
Great people work with and for Arrowhead. Having the best team improves the life and work of everyone concerned.
We always bring the expertise and resources required for our energy, forestry, mining, and community infrastructure projects, engaging the relevant industry professionals we need to support our experienced Arrowhead team. We utilize the logistical and technological capabilities of Arrow and engage employees from other Arrow companies where we can.
Tim has been involved in many aspects of Arrow’s business over the past 17 years. He is presently responsible for overseeing all Arrow’s trucking services, including its mining and fibre businesses. Tim is a graduate of the University of Calgary’s Bachelor of Commerce program and Harvard Business School’s General Management Program.
Jeff has a strong operations background and a great track record for developing customer relationships. Jeff has experience in construction, project management, supply chain, logistics, and facility management. Prior to Arrow, Jeff worked BAT Construction as Operations Manager and spent six years as Operations & Logistics Coordinator with Ridley Terminals. He holds an MBA from Simon Fraser University.
Ryan has extensive experience working in the construction and mining industries. Recently, Ryan was the First Nations Liaison for KGHM International Ltd.’s Ajax Project. In his role, Ryan coordinated and implemented engagement and consultation opportunities, training and employment, business development, and community relations activities between KGHM and Indigenous communities. Prior to this, Ryan worked at Acres Enterprises Ltd. in a First Nations liaison and business development role.
Brad is responsible for oversight of Arrow’s residuals management and beneficial-use program under NutriGrow, including day-to-day operations and market development. Brad has extensive experience in the landscaping and horticultural industries as well as in managing residuals on behalf of large municipalities. He also has a background in logistics, particularly in the transportation of bulk commodities and set-up and management of biosolids and other related residuals management facilities.
Industry & Community Engagement
Leonard has spent his professional career facilitating relationships between First Nations communities and industry across British Columbia, in strategic leadership and operational roles with BCT Projects, the Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation, the Aboriginal Mentoring & Training Association, and BC Corrections. Leonard has a strong track record of success in developing lasting Aboriginal-Industry partnerships across the mining, forestry, and energy sectors.