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COMPANY PROFILE

Established in 2000, Chartwell has grown from a small forestry consulting firm in North Vancouver, to a multi-faceted company serving clients from three offices in British Columbia. Our team includes Road and Bridge Engineers, Forestry Professionals and Technicians, Arborists, GIS Personnel, Drafting and CADD Technicians, Project Managers, and Administrative Support who provide a full range of services from data capture, translations, analysis to software implementation.

To ensure that our clients’ high standards are met, we operate all major software packages and aggressively maintain our place at the forefront of technology. In response to our clients’ needs, we can draw on our working associations with selected consultants in related disciplines, such as hydrology, wildlife management and geomorphology. Chartwell takes great pride in delivering high-quality products and services and we are constantly looking for new processes to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of our work.

VISION AND MISSION

To be the most respected resource management consultants in our field. Provide the best service possible to our clients and associates. Exceed industry standards in on-time and on-budget services. Be proactive in developing innovative solutions for the resource sector. Provide mentorship and growth opportunities to all employees. Aspire to grow, but remain a small company at heart.

OUR PROMISE

Accessibility: We will always be accessible and respond as quickly as possible to problems and enquiries.

Honesty & Clarity: To provide clear, honest and understandable information and explanations.

Delivery: Deliver what we promise, when we promise, and always follow up on an uncontrollable delay.

Accountability: Set out clear policies and standards and be accountable should we fail to meet them.

Professionalism: Always giving the Client what they want, but offer choices and know enough to advise the Client on the best and most cost effective methods.

Value: Deliver the highest value possible, and always look for ways to exceed our Clients’ expectations.

Communication: Keep our Clients and Associates up to date with progress in a regular, timely fashion.

Price: Never incur costs without notification and permission.

Confidentiality: Respect our Clients rights to privacy and confidentiality.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

COMPANY PROFILE

Established in 2000, Chartwell has grown from a small forestry consulting firm in North Vancouver, to a multi-faceted company serving clients from three offices in British Columbia. Our team includes Road and Bridge Engineers, Forestry Professionals and Technicians, Arborists, GIS Personnel, Drafting and CADD Technicians, Project Managers, and Administrative Support who provide a full range of services from data capture, translations, analysis to software implementation. To ensure that our clients’ high standards are met, we operate all major software packages and aggressively maintain our place at the forefront of technology. In response to our clients’ needs, we can draw on our working associations with selected consultants in related disciplines, such as hydrology, wildlife management and geomorphology. Chartwell takes great pride in delivering high-quality products and services and we are constantly looking for new processes to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of our work.

VISION AND MISSION

To be the most respected resource management consultants in our field.

Provide the best service possible to our clients and associates.
Exceed industry standards in on-time and on-budget services.
Be proactive in developing innovative solutions for the resource sector.
Provide mentorship and growth opportunities to all employees.
Aspire to grow, but remain a small company at heart.

OUR PROMISE

Accessibility: We will always be accessible and respond as quickly as possible to problems and enquiries.

Honesty & Clarity: To provide clear, honest and understandable information and explanations.

Delivery: Deliver what we promise, when we promise, and always follow up on an uncontrollable delay.

Accountability: Set out clear policies and standards and be accountable should we fail to meet them.

Professionalism: Always giving the Client what they want, but offer choices and know enough to advise the Client on the best and most cost effective methods.

Value: Deliver the highest value possible, and always look for ways to exceed our Clients’ expectations.

Communication: Keep our Clients and Associates up to date with progress in a regular, timely fashion.

Price: Never incur costs without notification and permission.

Confidentiality: Respect our Clients rights to privacy and confidentiality.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

COMPANY PROFILE

Established in 2000, Chartwell has grown from a small forestry consulting firm in North Vancouver, to a multi-faceted company serving clients from three offices in British Columbia. Our team includes Road and Bridge Engineers, Forestry Professionals and Technicians, Arborists, GIS Personnel, Drafting and CADD Technicians, Project Managers, and Administrative Support who provide a full range of services from data capture, translations, analysis to software implementation. To ensure that our clients’ high standards are met, we operate all major software packages and aggressively maintain our place at the forefront of technology. In response to our clients’ needs, we can draw on our working associations with selected consultants in related disciplines, such as hydrology, wildlife management and geomorphology. Chartwell takes great pride in delivering high-quality products and services and we are constantly looking for new processes to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of our work.

VISION AND MISSION

To be the most respected resource management consultants in our field.

Provide the best service possible to our clients and associates.
Exceed industry standards in on-time and on-budget services.
Be proactive in developing innovative solutions for the resource sector.
Provide mentorship and growth opportunities to all employees.
Aspire to grow, but remain a small company at heart.

OUR PROMISE

Accessibility: We will always be accessible and respond as quickly as possible to problems and enquiries.

Honesty & Clarity: To provide clear, honest and understandable information and explanations.

Delivery: Deliver what we promise, when we promise, and always follow up on an uncontrollable delay.

Accountability: Set out clear policies and standards and be accountable should we fail to meet them.

Professionalism: Always giving the Client what they want, but offer choices and know enough to advise the Client on the best and most cost effective methods.

Value: Deliver the highest value possible, and always look for ways to exceed our Clients’ expectations.

Communication: Keep our Clients and Associates up to date with progress in a regular, timely fashion.

Price: Never incur costs without notification and permission.

Confidentiality: Respect our Clients rights to privacy and confidentiality.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

CAREERS AT CHARTWELL

Our growing team includes Road & Bridge Engineers, Forestry Professionals & Technicians, GIS & Design Technicians, Arborists, Project Managers and Administrative Support. We work to ensure to keep all field employees’ training current, and believe this is a key step in providing a safe work environment. Known for our innovative ideas and teamwork, Chartwell’s success is fully attributed to our people, and we take great care in maintaining a corporate culture that is based on respect, appreciation, and work/life balance.

Competitive Salary with Merit • Promotional-based Adjustments • Extended Health • Dental
Life and Disability Plan benefits • Flexible scheduling • Paid vacation plan • Paid training

WHO WE ARE

Cliff Roberts, RFT, PMP

Cliff Roberts, RFT, PMP

Partner & General Manager

One of the original eight Chartwell partners from 2000, what Cliff enjoys most in his role as General Manager are the relationships built thru 20 plus years of work. He has served on the board of the Consulting Foresters of British Columbia and more recently, on the council of the Association of the British Columbia Forest Professionals. He is passionate about the industry and is always looking for opportunities to give back. Outside the company, Cliff enjoys coaching his sons’ Rugby team and is involved with youth Hockey.

Chad Longland, RFT

Chad Longland, RFT

Partner & Forest Technologist

Chad has been with Chartwell for over 10 years now and has been working in the industry for over 15 years.  He has been a partner in Chartwell since 2016 and is looking forward to helping make Chartwell one of the best resource companies in the province.  He spent the early part of his career learning his trade on the west coast of Vancouver Island and the Mid-coast.  He has since worked in all the corners of the province on resource related projects.  Away from work he enjoys his time coaching his two son’s in Soccer and Baseball and being with friends and family.

Ryan Biller, RPF

Ryan Biller, RPF

Partner & Forester

Starting out as an Assistant Engineer in 2003, Ryan worked his way into his current role as Forestry Manager and has been a Registered Professional Forester with the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals since 2008. He also became a Partner in 2011. Ryan’s role involves project management, timber supply planning, forestry field engineering, and professional document preparation such as site plan development, visual impact assessments, woodlot management/license plans and total chance plans. He also deals with the coordination and implementation of Chartwell’s resource management staff. As such, he has developed relationships with a variety of clients in the private, government and First Nation resource management sectors throughout British Columbia. Ryan also enjoys helping manage both of Chartwell’s Woodlot Licence’s (WL #1699 and #2111) and is a Director with the Fraser Valley Woodlot Association.

Chris Beasy, BA, GISP

Chris Beasy, BA, GISP

Project Manager - LiDAR Projects

Chris has worked at Chartwell since 2013 as a Project Manager focused on LiDAR projects and LandPlanner. With two Advanced Diplomas in Geomatics and 14 years of experience in his field, he chose to work with Chartwell based on their commitment to innovation.  Chris has been on the Regional Board of Directors of the Puget Sound Region of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing since 2009. Away from the office, Chris spends his time traveling, working towards a clean environment, and outdoors with animals.

Cherie Stutz

Cherie Stutz

Operations Manager

Cherie has been with Chartwell since the beginning in 2000. Starting as the Mapping/GIS Manager and along the way transitioning into her current role as Operations Manager, Cherie looks after the day to day office life, human resources and financial business. Being part of the Management Team that grew this company to where it is today is a great source of pride for Cherie. In her free time, Cherie can be found  with family and friends enjoying the outdoors either hiking or riding a horse. If she has to be inside, then her first choice is to go to the pottery studio and play with clay.

Warren Hansen, RPF

Warren Hansen, RPF

Manager - Sunshine Coast

As a Professional Forester with Chartwell for 12 years, Warren has been involved in a number of projects such as managing the Sunshine Coast office; estimating logging/road building costs for forestry firms and energy developers; preparing land permit and licenses; license management and woodlot timber evaluations. Outside work, Warren is a passionate mountain biker and trail builder. President of the Trail Society and co-organizer of the Sunshine Coaster XC Marathon Mountain Bike Race, Warren was a 2017 finalist for the Kazlaw Community Award which recognizes riders who make a difference to their cycling community in British Columbia.

Lindsey McGill, P.Eng, RPF

Lindsey McGill, P.Eng, RPF

Partner & Project Manager

Lindsey has been with Chartwell since 2006. He is also a member of Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, the  Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals, and Associate Member of Association of Registered Professional Foresters of New Brunswick. Outside of work, Lindsey and his wife have two active and wonderful children. Whenever possible, he fits in a game of hockey.

Mathew Evans

Mathew Evans

Partner & GIS Project Manager

Mathew joined the Chartwell team in 2010 as a GIS Technician. Now a GIS Project Manager, Mathew coordinates the deployment of web mapping and mobile GIS solutions that are tailored for work in the Utilities sector. He also oversees a variety of map production and data management projects. As an avid skier and backpacker, when he’s not in the office, you can usually find him scouting the local mountains.

Nick Reinhardt, RPF

Nick Reinhardt, RPF

Project Manager & Forester

Nick started as a summer student in 2008, and has been a full-time employee since April 2009. His commitment to the next generation of industry professionals is actualized through his volunteer work with the UBC Tri-Mentoring Program, B.C. National Forest Week Coalition. Students connect with industry experts like Nick, while exploring career interests and gaining practical experience. In 2014, Nick made an heroic attempt to summit Mount Churchill on the Sunshine Coast. Unfortunately, the peak with only two recorded accents, still only has two recorded accents.

Simon Casley, M.Sc

Simon Casley, M.Sc

Senior GIS Developer & DBA

With Chartwell since 2014, Simon is a GIS Developer and Database Specialist where he is responsible for maintaining and developing Chartwell’s enterprise spatial database. Simon has over 10 years of experience in the geospatial industry, including remote sensing and image analysis, ecological modelling and mapping, web GIS, writing code and scripts for spatial analysis, and project management. He volunteers as a ski instructor for Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports helping kids and adults with disabilities learn to ski and have fun on the mountain.

Rob Deines, RPF

Rob Deines, RPF

Partner & Forester

One of the original partners of Chartwell Consultants Ltd., Rob has been integral to the evolution and growth of the company. A Registered Professional Forester and member of the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals, Rob’s primary role includes resource planning and implementation with a specific emphasis on the preparation of Forest Stewardship Plans, Woodlot Management, License Plans and Site Plans. Away from work, Rob enjoys spending time with family and friends. Traveling, skiing, playing hockey and involvement in his children’s recreational activities.

Marianne Ceh

Marianne Ceh

Partner & GIS Project Manager

Marianne has been with Chartwell since 2010 as Senior GIS Project Manager, and she also became a partner in 2016. Her role includes developing, maintaining and analyzing data in local and enterprise environments and she is responsible for coordinating and overseeing forestry operational mapping projects for various clients. With more than a decade of GIS experience in advanced spatial analysis and map production, Marianne is a seasoned and respected GIS team leader. Outside of work she combines her passions for running and travel by training for and participating in marathons all over the world.

Ryan Turner, RPF

Ryan Turner, RPF

Partner, Forester & ISA Certified Arborist

Ryan has worked at Chartwell since 2008 and has been a partner in the company since 2010. Ryan is both a Registered Professional Forester and ISA Certified Arborist. He enjoys working for a diverse client base and strives to find innovative solutions to varying client needs. He can provide expertise at both the forest stand and individual tree level. Ryan served on the board of the Consulting Foresters of BC, mentored students at the University of British Columbia, and has volunteered to speak to elementary students about forestry. After work, Ryan enjoys road and trail running and playing hockey. He often takes advantage of the huge range of outdoor activities that the north shore of Vancouver has to offer. Ryan is currently training for his sixth marathon.

Shaun Da Silva, RPF

Shaun Da Silva, RPF

Project Manager & Forester

Shaun joined Chartwell in 2011 after spending 5 years gaining valuable field experience in the forestry sector, and is proud to have gone through both the RFT and RPF accreditation process. His role in the company as Project Manager focuses on providing professionally reliable services, with a focus on Site Plan development and Operational Forestry. Shaun is also involved in staff coordination and mentoring new and young workers. Shaun aspires to travel as much of the world as possible to procure a diversity of cultural experiences.

CAREERS AT CHARTWELL

Our growing team includes Road & Bridge Engineers, Forestry Professionals & Technicians, GIS & Design Technicians, Arborists, Project Managers and Administrative Support. We work to ensure all field employees’ training is current, and believe this is a key step in providing a safe work environment. Known for our innovative ideas and teamwork, Chartwell’s success is fully attributed to our people, and we take great care in maintaining a corporate culture that is based on respect, appreciation, and work/life balance.

 

Competitive Salary with Merit • Promotional-based Adjustments • Extended Health • Dental
Life and Disability Plan benefits • Flexible scheduling • Paid vacation plan • Paid training

Current Opportunities

Please submit your resume and application to info@ccl.ca

FOREST TECHNOLOGIST POSITION

Chartwell Consultants Ltd. is looking for a positive and motivated individual to join our team of Forest Professionals with a position based out of either our North Vancouver or Chilliwack offices. Applicants should expect primarily field based duties and understand that we often travel throughout the Province for up to 10 days at a time. The successful candidate will be involved in Coastal and Interior forest engineering operations, and will join our team of over 17 ABCFP / APEG accredited members.

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