PEng., Principal, Bluenose Engineering
Jim Fletcher has practiced engineering in Halifax for over thirty years, first in structural engineering then increasingly in building sciences, energy conservation and renewable energy technologies.
Credentials include a Master’s degree in Applied Science from Dalhousie University in 1998, and recent participation and/or executive involvement in the Project Management Institute’s Nova Scotia Chapter, the Canadian Green Building Council’s Atlantic Chapter, Engineers Nova Scotia, and the Canadian Condominium Institute Nova Scotia Chapter. He is a Fellow of Engineers Canada and a professional member of the Canadian Condominium Institute. Accreditations have included Fellow, Canadian Society for Engineering; Project Management Professional, PMI; and ‘Approved Professional’ of the Canadian Green Building Council.
Jim’s experience at a senior level prior to operating Bluenose Engineering includes:
Chief Engineer and Quality Manager (ISO 9001)
research and development company; over five years
Lead building condition assessor
consulting engineering companies; over five years
Manager - capital program, maintenance, safety
electrical power generation station; over five years
Lead structural design engineer
electrical power generating stations; over five years