About
Industrial
Scaffold

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is a Western Canadian 24-hour based scaffold provider. Our comprehensive services include scaffold labour, supply, and rental with additional services including Confined Space Entry Watch, Rescue (Confined Space and High Angle), Environmental Containment, Insulation, Ventilation, Engineering, Training, and Safety Documentation.

We are headquartered in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, British Columbia with major locations throughout Western Canada including Vancouver, Kamloops, Trail, Prince George, Fort St. John, Grande Prairie, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Calgary, Esterhazy and The Pas.

Our communities’ involvement is integral to the growth of our company and the success of our clients. We have built strong community ties by volunteering with various charities, fortifying agreements with indigenous groups and utilizing local suppliers.

Industrial Scaffold Services supports all commercial and industrial sectors including institutional, marine, pulp and paper, energy and utilities, mining, infrastructure, terminals, cement, and oil and gas.

Whatever the job, the challenge, or the complex specifications, our team with over 25 years’ experience comprised of management, tradespeople and apprentices will successfully complete your projects safely, on schedule and on budget.

We look forward to the opportunity to be of service to you and would be pleased to respond to any questions you may have. For your convenience, a list of our staff’s contact information is provided on the contact page of this website. Please, don’t hesitate to contact one of our offices near you.

 

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MISSION
STATEMENT

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. will provide our customers with the highest quality, safest, and most well-designed products in the scaffold industry.

We will support our customers with expert, reliable and cost-effective engineering, erection/dismantling services, and offer these products and services through a network of Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. branches and employees.

To accomplish this mission, we commit our company and our employees to the highest standards of training. At Industrial Scaffold Services L.P., we are proud of our staff’s dedication, performance and integrity.

Brian Parton

PRESIDENT

MEET

THE TEAM

Brian Parton

President

Brian began his career at ISSL in 2006 as Operations Manager and was appointed President in 2018. With over 30 years of scaffold experience, and taking an ownership stake in the business from the beginning, he has been an integral partner in ISSL’s development. He has helped expand and guide the business into one of the most trusted scaffold providers in Western Canada.

With decades of experience in both Field Work and Leadership, Brian continues to play a key role in growing the business, solidifying a trusted supply chain, customer relations and sales leadership. Brian continually strives to build a reputation as an exceptional and trustworthy professional.

Ladysmith, British Columbia, is where Brian and his wife Patti call home. Their two daughters have both left the nest and they are the proud grandparents to their first grandchild who resides in England; they make sure to never miss their family facetime call every Sunday. When Brian is not working, he enjoys riding his bike, golfing, and playing tennis. Brian and his family also share a big passion for camping.

Bryan Kereluke

Corporate Controller

Joining our team in the fall of 2017, Bryan is our Corporate Controller and operates out of our head office in Nanaimo, B.C.

Bryan obtained his Bachelor of Administration degree from the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, and began his professional career in Edmonton, Alberta where he practiced full-cycle accounting and tax for a broad range of clients across several industries. As a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CGA) with over 19 years of experience in accounting, finance and tax management, Bryan’s resume speaks for itself. He has worked with teams across Western Canada and was an integral part of the operational management teams which focused on creating value through acquisitions and strategic initiatives. Advancing his career, Bryan joined a high-growth publicly traded private equity company where he served as the corporate controller. Bryan has extensive experience working with management teams to grow and improve businesses as well as complying with financial reporting requirements.

Bryan moved from Calgary, Alberta to Nanaimo, BC in the fall of 2017. He lives in Nanaimo together with his wife, two children and two cats. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys the great outdoors and loves exploring the island together with his family.

Kim Green

Director of Office Operations

Since the summer of 2006, Kim has been an integral part of ISSL and is currently our Director of Office Operations, based out of our Head Office in Nanaimo, B.C.

Kim started as our bookkeeper and was promoted to Office Manager in 2013. In 2017 she took on the role of Director of Office Operations. On a daily basis, Kim ensures the operations and administrative functions of Head Office runs fluently and coordinates business and communications between all of our offices. Kim plays a crucial role in establishing and keeping great working relationships with our clients, built on transparency, accountability, and trust.

Kim was born and raised in nearby Duncan, British Columbia, where she still resides together with her husband and two children. In her spare time, Kim supports her children in their local and competitive sports. She is also keeping up her competitive involvement in Ten-Pin Bowling. A keen gardener and camper, Kim loves staying active and spending time with friends and family. She is often involved in event fundraisings throughout Vancouver Island.

Aaron Olsen

Director of Environmental, Health and Safety

With 30 years of experience in the construction industry and 10 years at ISSL, Aaron is a passionate Safety Professional by trade.

As ISSL’s Director of Environmental, Health and Safety operating out of our Head Office in Nanaimo, B.C., Aaron is responsible for developing ISSL’s formidable reputation for safety and manages our day to day workplace safety and safety services, company-wide. He focuses on increasing management and worker safety, through education and mentoring on a daily basis and works to support accountability-based safety culture throughout our business.

Aaron lives with his wife Margaret in Saltair, B.C. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys visiting with his two grandchildren, playing rugby and cheering on the All Blacks.

Curt Brown

Director of Operations

As a second-generation scaffolder, and after 14 years, Curt continues to maintain his role as a fundamental contributor to the ISSL team. Curt completed his Journeyman certification in 2010 through the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and holds a degree in Criminology from Simon Fraser University. In his current role as Director of Operations for Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland & the Yukon, he operates out of Head Office in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Drawing from experience in the Marine, Pulp & Paper and Cement Industries, he is responsible for managing major projects throughout British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon, as well as overseeing all aspects of day to day site operations. Curt leads by collaborating with front line supervisors assisting them in performing their roles in the safest, most efficient and effective manner possible.

Curt resides in Nanaimo, British Columbia with his wife Elena, daughter Olivia and dog Charlie. In his time outside of work, he enjoys traveling, golfing and spending time with family. To give back to the community, Curt and ISSL have actively participated in CIBC’s run for the cure, sponsored local sports organizations and donated to groups such as the United Way and our local union training centers.

Gillan Jacques

Director of Operations

Gillan has been an essential member of the ISSL team for over 10 years. As our Director of Operations for Northern B.C. and The Peace Region, operating out of the Fort St. John office, he has been instrumental in driving business growth in Northern BC and Alberta.

 

With over 20 years of field experience in Oil and Gas, Pulp & Paper and Mining industries, Gillan is passionate about building a trusted reputation as a high-quality partner for our clients. He is keenly focused on creating a safe workplace and superior scaffolding products. In his role he is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations, customer relations, business development and cost management of the Northern BC & Alberta regions.

Residing in Fort St. John with his wife and daughter, Gillan enjoys a traditional lifestyle including small scale farming for self-reliance, music, and a multitude of outdoor activities. Making the Peace Region home since 2010, Gillan, his family and ISSL plan on staying in the north for years to come.

Neil Doherty

Director of Operations

For over 17 years, Neil has been a key component of the ISSL team. Starting his career as scaffolder, Neil quickly advanced to a Regional Manager, operating out of Kamloops, B.C, and has since grown into his current role as the Director of Operations for Central B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Neil has excelled in helping develop the reputation for safe, quality service in the interior and prairie regions over the past year.

Neil has a wealth of experience managing projects across the Pulp and Paper, Mining, and Oil and Gas industries and is responsible for leading the day to day operations within his region. His passion for safety and customer service is a key factor in our success.

Together with his wife and two kids, Neil resides in Kamloops, British Columbia. In his spare time, Neil enjoys sharing his passion for hockey with his son, playing golf, and spending time with his family.

competitive • grit • proud • reliable • aligned

competitive

grit

proud

reliable

aligned

MEET

THE TEAM

Brian Parton

President

Brian began his career at ISSL in 2006 as Operations Manager and was appointed President in 2018. With over 30 years of scaffold experience, and taking an ownership stake in the business from the beginning, he has been an integral partner in ISSL’s development. He has helped expand and guide the business into one of the most trusted scaffold providers in Western Canada.

With decades of experience in both Field Work and Leadership, Brian continues to play a key role in growing the business, solidifying a trusted supply chain, customer relations and sales leadership. Brian continually strives to build a reputation as an exceptional and trustworthy professional.

Ladysmith, British Columbia, is where Brian and his wife Patti call home. Their two daughters have both left the nest and they are the proud grandparents to their first grandchild who resides in England; they make sure to never miss their family facetime call every Sunday. When Brian is not working, he enjoys riding his bike, golfing, and playing tennis. Brian and his family also share a big passion for camping.

Bryan Kereluke

Corporate Controller

Joining our team in the fall of 2017, Bryan is our Corporate Controller and operates out of our head office in Nanaimo, B.C.

Bryan obtained his Bachelor of Administration degree from the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, and began his professional career in Edmonton, Alberta where he practiced full-cycle accounting and tax for a broad range of clients across several industries. As a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CGA) with over 19 years of experience in accounting, finance and tax management, Bryan’s resume speaks for itself. He has worked with teams across Western Canada and was an integral part of the operational management teams which focused on creating value through acquisitions and strategic initiatives. Advancing his career, Bryan joined a high-growth publicly traded private equity company where he served as the corporate controller. Bryan has extensive experience working with management teams to grow and improve businesses as well as complying with financial reporting requirements.

Bryan moved from Calgary, Alberta to Nanaimo, BC in the fall of 2017. He lives in Nanaimo together with his wife, two children and two cats. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys the great outdoors and loves exploring the island together with his family.

Aaron Olsen

Director of Environmental, Health and Safety

With 30 years of experience in the construction industry and 10 years at ISSL, Aaron is a passionate Safety Professional by trade.

As ISSL’s Director of Environmental, Health and Safety operating out of our Head Office in Nanaimo, B.C., Aaron is responsible for developing ISSL’s formidable reputation for safety and manages our day to day workplace safety and safety services, company-wide. He focuses on increasing management and worker safety, through education and mentoring on a daily basis and works to support accountability-based safety culture throughout our business.

Aaron lives with his wife Margaret in Saltair, B.C. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys visiting with his two grandchildren, playing rugby and cheering on the All Blacks.

Kim Green

Director of Office Operations

Since the summer of 2006, Kim has been an integral part of ISSL and is currently our Director of Office Operations, based out of our Head Office in Nanaimo, B.C.

Kim started as our bookkeeper and was promoted to Office Manager in 2013. In 2017 she took on the role of Director of Office Operations. On a daily basis, Kim ensures the operations and administrative functions of Head Office runs fluently and coordinates business and communications between all of our offices. Kim plays a crucial role in establishing and keeping great working relationships with our clients, built on transparency, accountability, and trust.

Kim was born and raised in nearby Duncan, British Columbia, where she still resides together with her husband and two children. In her spare time, Kim supports her children in their local and competitive sports. She is also keeping up her competitive involvement in Ten-Pin Bowling. A keen gardener and camper, Kim loves staying active and spending time with friends and family. She is often involved in event fundraisings throughout Vancouver Island.

Curt Brown

Director of Operations

As a second-generation scaffolder, and after 14 years, Curt continues to maintain his role as a fundamental contributor to the ISSL team. Curt completed his Journeyman certification in 2010 through the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and holds a degree in Criminology from Simon Fraser University. In his current role as Director of Operations for Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland & the Yukon, he operates out of Head Office in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Drawing from experience in the Marine, Pulp & Paper and Cement Industries, he is responsible for managing major projects throughout British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon, as well as overseeing all aspects of day to day site operations. Curt leads by collaborating with front line supervisors assisting them in performing their roles in the safest, most efficient and effective manner possible.

Curt resides in Nanaimo, British Columbia with his wife Elena and dog Charlie. In his time outside of work, he enjoys traveling, golfing and spending time with family. To give back to the community, Curt and ISSL have actively participated in CIBC’s run for the cure, sponsored local sports organizations and donated to groups such as the United Way and our local union training centers.

Gillan Jacques

Director of Operations

Gillan has been an essential member of the ISSL team for over 10 years. As our Director of Operations for Northern B.C. and The Peace Region, operating out of the Fort St. John office, he has been instrumental in driving business growth in Northern BC and Alberta.

 

With over 20 years of field experience in Oil and Gas, Pulp & Paper and Mining industries, Gillan is passionate about building a trusted reputation as a high-quality partner for our clients. He is keenly focused on creating a safe workplace and superior scaffolding products. In his role he is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations, customer relations, business development and cost management of the Northern BC & Alberta regions.

Residing in Fort St. John with his wife and daughter, Gillan enjoys a traditional lifestyle including small scale farming for self-reliance, music, and a multitude of outdoor activities. Making the Peace Region home since 2010, Gillan, his family and ISSL plan on staying in the north for years to come.

Neil Doherty

Director of Operations

For over 17 years, Neil has been a key component of the ISSL team. Starting his career as scaffolder, Neil quickly advanced to a Regional Manager, operating out of Kamloops, B.C, and has since grown into his current role as the Director of Operations for Central B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Neil has excelled in helping develop the reputation for safe, quality service in the interior and prairie regions over the past year.

Neil has a wealth of experience managing projects across the Pulp and Paper, Mining, and Oil and Gas industries and is responsible for leading the day to day operations within his region. His passion for safety and customer service is a key factor in our success.

Together with his wife and two kids, Neil resides in Kamloops, British Columbia. In his spare time, Neil enjoys sharing his passion for hockey with his son, playing golf, and spending time with his family.

competitive

reliable

aligned

proud

grit

competitive • reliable • aligned • proud • grit

Indigenous Relations

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is committed to the building and sustaining of mutually beneficial long-term relationships with the Indigenous people in our areas of operation. This commitment recognizes that these relationships will work to the advantage of all stakeholders and is based on mutual respect and cooperation between all partners involved. In doing so, we strive to foster a sense of mutual trust and respect while assuring transparency and clear two-way communication.

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. is dedicated and committed to ensuring that our relationship with the Indigenous community is carried out with the same level of commitment that we apply to all of our business activities. We will respect the unique culture and history of Indigenous people and their spiritual attachments to the land on which we operate. We understand and respect the diversity of Indigenous cultures, recognize the importance of the land and cultivate relationships based on trust and respect.

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. will provide involvement in Indigenous community activities and programs that reflect our overall vision through creating opportunities to utilize local Indigenous employment and or contractor’s capabilities and continue these relationships with trust and respect.

Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. will continue to seek and nurture partnerships that help Indigenous people get the skills and training required to take full advantage of job prospects in the related areas. This commitment is a shared responsibility involving Industrial Scaffold Services L.P., its employees and all levels of management, and we will conduct business in a manner that reflects the above principles. Industrial Scaffold Services L.P. will provide ongoing leadership and resources to ensure the effective implementation of the above principles, including the development and implementation of strategies and specific action plans.

SPONSORSHIPS

Movember Canada
Cystic Fibrosis Canada
Great Vancouver Food Bank
Canadian Cancer Society
Esterhazy Minor Hockey Association (For the Puck of it Fundraiser/ corporate table)
Yorkton Novice Tournament- Player sponsorship
Esterhazy Men’s Golf Club
Esterhazy Flyers Program Ad
Hockey Donation to Mike Rickert (Mchahon)

LFN Christmas Hamper Program
Peninsula Minor Hockey Association
Nanaimo Sr. B Timbermen Lacrosse (Jersey Sponsorship)
Cowichan Capitals Rink Board Sponsorship
Grand Prairie Storm Rink Board Sponsorship
City of Nanaimo Bowen Park Skate Sponsorship
Esterhazy Family Foods
Swan City Hockey Association season sponsorship (Board signage)
Teepee Creek Stampede Sponsorship

Industrial Scaffold Services is a part of the Mosaic Group of Partners.