Paul graduated from the University of Calgary in 1995. He spent the next decade leading and managing piping and mechanical engineering teams before founding Pi Engineering in 2006.Paul’s experience includes piping and pipeline stress analysis, finite element analysis, transient flow, and piping specifications. He has worked on projects pertaining to conventional oil & gas, thermal heavy oil, petrochemicals, pulp and paper.Paul believes in continuous improvement. He is a mentor for other piping engineers and, in addition to his leadership role at Pi, Paul provides stress analysis seminars for other organizations.
After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008, Steven began a career in manufacturing and machine design. Looking for new challenges, Steven joined Pi Engineering in 2011 and hasn’t looked back.Steven’s technical abilities and specialized skills include design aspects, finite element analysis (FEA), piping & pipeline stress analysis, equipment and support design. Steven focuses on reliability, fitness for service, and other brownfield technical support.
After graduating from the University of Victoria with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Matthew started his engineering career in machine design and automation. Matthew joined Pi Engineering in 2013 and has since become an essential member of the team.Matthew’s expertise includes piping stress analysis and finite element analysis (FEA) with a specialized focus on pipelines. He is continually developing analysis tools to be more accurate, more efficient, and, ultimately, more cost-effective.
Tye graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. His engineering experience began in local and international SAGD and thermal projects. To further broaden his experience, Tye joined the Pi team in 2014.With over a dozen years of oil and gas experience, Tye has completed facilities in areas ranging from the tar sands in Alberta to deserts in North and South America. Tye is one of the engineers who develops and maintains Pi’s data acquisition, strain gauging, and vibration monitoring group. In addition to his engineering expertise, Tye has a background in construction. He is committed to cost and time effective engineering as well as constructability.
Daryl graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Carleton University in 2006. After gaining valuable experience in the oil and gas industry, Daryl joined Pi Engineering in 2011.Daryl continues to develop his broad experience in pipe stress analysis, including static and dynamic analysis, above ground and below ground systems, Caesar II, Autopipe programs, and equipment issues on green and brownfield projects. Experienced with finite element analysis (FEA) and incorporating FEA into pipe stress analysis, Daryl focuses on plant and pipeline stress analysis with a detailed focus on pipelines.