Chris started his oilfield career in Estevan, Saskatchewan in the early 90's with a local pipeline and maintenance company. He worked his way through the levels to become a pipeline supervisor. In 1999 Chris joined TS&M Supply and moved to Provost, Alberta to start the TS&M Fiberglass division.
Chris has a proven track record in the business. He prides himself on attracting and retaining high quality team members and on what the group has become over the years. Our main focus is exceptional customer service, unrivaled installation and technical expertise, and team work.
Chris' unique work experience and oilfield knowledge gives him the ability to look at customer needs from multiple angles to help find the right solution.
Dan is currently the Director of Business Development for TS&M, with responsibility for managing Corporate and Field sales in PVF, ALS and Composite Piping Systems. His role has expanded over his 12 years with company from Fiberglass Account Manager tasked with growing the brand through a focused sales effort, then to Corporate Sales Manager, North American Sales Manager (directly accountable for growing the business throughout the Northern Rockies - USA) to Director of all sales for TS&M. Dan's greatest strengths are his creativity, drive, leadership and political correctness. He thrives on challenges, particularly those that expand the company's reach.
Brad started his oilfield career in Estevan, Saskatchewan in 1990 as a pipeline supervisor. In 2001 he was hired as a Field Technician with TS&M Supply and moved to Provost, Alberta where he provided supervision and training to contractors, consultants and engineers. His role has expanded over his years with the company from Fiberglass Field Technician to his current position of Regional Manager.
Chris is a Regional Manager for SE Saskatchewan and SW Manitoba within the TS&M Fiberglass organization. In this role Chris manages a team providing support for all aspects of pipelining, including product recommendations, design and installation practices. Chris has more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and has been with TS&M since 2003. Drawing on many years of experience in pipeline and oilfield maintenance, Chris now focuses on ensuring we have the right inventory to meet our customers needs and prides himself on exceptional customer service.
Jeremie started his oilfield career in 2002 working on a pipeline crew. Throughout the years he also gained experience working on the drilling rigs in Saskatchewan and Alberta but eventually found his way back to pipelines. He has been with TS&M since 2009 when he started as a Field Technician and worked his way up to his current position of Regional Manager for the Fiberspar division. Jeremie’s home branch is located in Leduc, Alberta at TS&M’s deployment center.
Nick is currently leading the expansion of TS&M into the United States. His goal in this expansion is to not only provide composite products, but to provide solutions for customers that address all of their pipeline needs. During Nick’s 11 years in the composite pipeline industry he initially led the Fiberspar field operations team for the first seven. Nick’s last four years were spent as the Director of Field Operations under NOV Fiber Glass Systems, due to a buyout of the Fiberspar Corporation. Nick prides himself on bringing his dedication to safety, quality and efficiency to every job he does.
Greg is our Business Development Manager – Technical Sales. He has extensive experience in fiberglass engineering, sales and manufacturing and is a huge asset to our business. Greg has spent the last 12 years in sales and operations management with Pipe Specialties Canada where he was a key player in some of the largest glass reinforced epoxy pipe projects in Canada. Prior to PSC, Greg worked with GE Plastics, ZCL Composites and Procter and Gamble in engineering and operations management. Greg holds an engineering degree and MBA from the University of Manitoba, and is a registered Professional Engineer. Please do not hold that against him as Greg is actually a great guy with a decent sense of humour.