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LPS Inc and its associates have 30-plus years in Engineering & Construction Sectors. Their combined skill sets have been applied for projects in areas including, but not limited to, Oil & Gas, Mining, Roads, Bridges, Municipal Infrastructure, Refining, Commercial Construction, Petroleum Exploration, Shipbuilding, Ship Refits and Repairs, Process Plant Equipment Systems, Information Technology, Electrical Power Transmission, Substations, Aircraft Repair, and New-builds/Repairs of Airport Facilities .
LPS President: Gary Kennedy, P. Eng., PMP
Gary Kennedy is a registered Professional Engineer and certified Project Management Professional with a wide range of project experience in the contracting, consulting, utilities, and federal and provincial government sectors. His project involvement includes development of facilities for the offshore oil and gas industry, shipbuilding, bridges, roads, harbour and port facilities. Gary holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management
through Memorial and York Universities and received his PMP certification through the Project Management Institute (PMI). He is an active and founding member of the Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter of the PMI and has performed in leadership and committee roles in the PMI, and Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Newfoundland & Labrador (PEG-NL). Gary also served as Knowledge Management Lead of the PMI Energy, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Community of Practice from December 2011 to January 2014.
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LPS Inc is a small and versatile company. Gary keeps things lean and builds larger teams with other specialist associates to meet Client requirements. Given Gary's senior experience, he can also provide very credible and interesting Project Management training services in either public or in-house sessions.
LPS has also been utilized when Owner Organizations or larger Consulting Firms find themselves shorthanded during the peak of project activity. These call-ins can also occur when project proponents realize they didn't have certain PM skill sets that should have been identified in the Front End stages of the project development.