Our Engineering Team

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David Long, P.Eng. - Principal Engineer, President

David brings 32 years of engineering experience from both Canadian and international projects to the team with an emphasis on building services engineering (mechanical, electrical) heavily using BIM and Revit MEP. He also has extensive experience is in industrial engineering & design as well as safety auditing and compliance. David is a professional engineer licensed in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba & Ontario. His "hands-on-approach" to engineering and design projects - having developed his career over the years progressing from the trades to the level of professional engineer, affords him the advantage of looking at projects and problems from a different standpoint. David's mechanical engineering education includes Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology in Toronto as well as the University of Toronto. 

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Bruce Doughty, P.Eng. - Senior Electrical Engineer 

Bruce has more than 47 years of experience in the building services engineering firm industry with the past 10 years consulting Northstar Engineering & Technologies. He has been the principal-in-charge of major projects at the electrical and mechanical consulting firm of ECE Group Ltd. as well as achieving the position of VP and serving on the Board of Directors before going the electrical consulting engineering firm of Carinci-Burt Rogers Engineering Inc. Bruce joined the firm of Jain & Associates, an international electrical and mechanical consulting firm, in 2002 as the VP and eventually formed DBD Consulting Services in 2005 to provide electrical design and contract administration services.


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Nikki Popow, E.I.T. - Mechanical/Electrical Designer

Engineer-in-Training with 4 years of experience in aspects of mechanical/electrical engineering involving commercial and residential buildings as well as the oil and gas industry using BIM software. Nikki is a graduate of the University of British Columbia's (Okanagan Campus) Mechanical Engineering program.