Our Team

Success Depends On The Strength Of Our Team

The entire Lorneville team shares a commitment to excellence and a focus on safety, quality, and productivity on every job site. From the newest employee to our longest-serving team member, we all share the principles and values that drive everything we do at Lorneville. Simply put, we succeed because of our people.

  • Styve Dumouchel, CEO

    Styve Dumouchel has been a member of the Lorneville team since 1994 and was named CEO in 2000. He has vast project management experience, having worked on many of the largest industrial projects in the Northeast, including turnarounds at Irving Oil’s Saint John Refinery, the Canaport LNG tank fabrication, the Coleson Cove Generating Station reheater re-tubing, and the Irving Paper Mill twin line machine rebuild. Styve holds a Bachelor of Engineering from McGill University and has furthered his studies with graduate-level courses in Finance and Organizational Behaviour.

  • Jim Brewer, President

    Joining Lorneville in November 2020, Jim brings over three decades of experience and education to his role as President. He has previously held various positions with Chicago Bridge & Iron and Horton CBI Ltd. ranging from Red Seal Welder and Boilermaker to General Superintendent on a wide array of projects throughout North America. In 2014, Jim took the opportunity to step out of the field into the corporate office. He has since held a succession of roles from Assistant Construction Manager at Horton CBI Ltd. to Vice President of Operations at APTIM Services Canada Corp. He currently serves as a board member on the Boilermakers NTTF (National Training Trust Fund) and the BCA (Boilermakers Construction Association).

  • Todd Bethune

    Todd Bethune, Executive Vice President & CFO

    Todd Bethune joined the Lorneville Executive team in 2013. Todd has over 30 years of leadership experience in corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, strategic planning, and risk management. Before joining Lorneville, he held several senior leadership roles, including Chief Financial Officer at Jacques Whitford, Vice President of Ernst & Young Corporate Finance, Director of Acquisition Integration at Stantec, and Corporate Controller at Emera. Todd holds a Master of Business Administration from Dalhousie University and is a Certified Professional Accountant. Todd has also completed extensive business valuation training through the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators and has a Construction Law certificate from Osgoode Hall. Todd is the past Chairman of the Brigadoon Children’s Camp Society Board of Directors, which fundraised and constructed a multi-million-dollar summer camp for children suffering from chronic illness in the Maritimes. He has also volunteered with organizations such as UNICEF, Junior Achievement and minor hockey.

  • Carrie Quaschnick, P. ENG, Regional Director of Operations - Western Canada

    Joining Lorneville in 2020 as Regional Manager in Western Canada, Carrie brings 20 years of training and experience in northern Alberta’s heavy industrial sector. Starting as an Engineer in Training for Horton CBI Ltd., Carrie progressed through a series of positions culminating in Project Management responsibilities for constructing major process facilities, including the Kearl Oil Sands Project. Following a transition to APTIM Services Canada, Carrie oversaw the company’s Canadian-wide operations. A Graduate with Distinction from the University of Alberta and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Professional Engineer registration in Alberta, Carrie is pursuing a master’s in business administration.

  • Khalil Asal, P. ENG, Regional Director of Operations - Central Canada

    Khalil Asal is the Regional Director of Operations – Central Canada. Since joining the company in 2004, he has held tenure as Regional Manager, Fabrication Division Manager and Director of Business Development and Estimating. In these roles, he has been involved in all aspects of Lorneville’s business, including numerous projects and operational and quality initiatives during the successful transition from a regional company to one with a solid and balanced national presence. Khalil’s previous career has included technical and management leadership roles in manufacturing and construction. Khalil earned a Ba. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto in 1992 and completed post-graduate marketing studies at Queens University and Project Management at UNB. He holds a Professional Engineer designation in the province of New Brunswick.

  • Derek McGraw, P. ENG, Regional Director of Operations - Atlantic Canada

    Derek has been with Lorneville since 2005, starting as a Field Engineer and then progressing to Project Manager, Operations Manager, and Regional Manager before assuming the Regional Director of Operations – Atlantic Canada position. Between 2005 and 2021, he was involved with many of the company’s key projects, including numerous refinery turnarounds and capital projects, pulp and paper expansions, LNG facility construction, mining construction, and large module fabrication and installation. Derek has also assisted with implementing the organization’s ERP and Procore systems. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick and a Professional Engineer designation in New Brunswick, Derek is a 2022 MBA (Leadership) candidate from Dalhousie University. He also volunteers with local youth sports organizations and is active in several collective bargaining committees for Southern New Brunswick.

  • Mike Rekrutiak, P. ENG, National Business Development Manager

    Mike Rekrutiak joined Lorneville in 2014 to lead the expansion of the company’s operations into Western Canada. He held the position of Regional Manager until 2020 when he transitioned to his current role for National Business Development supporting the growth for the entire country. Prior to joining Lorneville, Mike lived and worked coast to coast in Canada developing and constructing power generation and renewable energy projects for several of Canada’s largest independent power producers. During this time, he held a progression of senior and executive management positions including Vice President Engineering and Construction at Veresen. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia and is a registered Professional Engineer in Alberta.

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