Our leadership team is responsible for guiding and prioritizing our initiatives and sets the overall strategy for our company. Their experience and knowledge enable us to execute on our business plan and continue to increase value for our shareholders.
President & Chief Operating Officer
Steve Lockwood is the President and Chief Operating Officer for ATCO Structures & Logistics. He is responsible for the worldwide management and direction of the company. This includes current development initiatives and future growth plans across the company’s five core business lines: Modular Structures, Lodging & Camp Services, Logistics and Facilities Operations & Maintenance and ATCO Sustainable Communities.
Mr. Lockwood joins ATCO from the Mullen Group where he spent 10 years as President and Co-CEO and a Director.
Previously, Mr. Lockwood served as the President of Producers Oilfield Services Inc., and he was the Senior Partner and one of the founders of Carscallen Lockwood LLP, a law firm established in 1988.
Mr. Lockwood has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Calgary.
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Senior Vice President, North America
Adam Beattie is the Senior Vice President, North America for ATCO Structures & Logistics and will oversee Temporary Structures, as well as Modular US, Offsite Construction, and Manufacturing
Adam joined the Internal Sales Team within ATCO Structures & Logistics Australia in 2003, and he has held progressively more senior roles over the last 13 years.
Vice President, Commercial & Risk
Jason Kielau is the Vice President, Commercial & Risk for ATCO Structures & Logistics. He has responsibility for corporate and commercial services, including contracts, risk management and HSSE. Prior to this role, he was Vice President, Modular Construction & Workforce Lodging.
Previously Mr. Kielau was based in Santiago, Chile as Senior Manager, Business Development for an ATCO Joint Venture company with operations in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and Argentina. Mr. Kielau has 15 years’ of Canadian and international experience with ATCO and has provided workforce housing solutions in over 30 countries.
Mr. Kielau began his career with ATCO Structures in 2000 focused on international sales of workforce housing projects. In 2001 he relocated to London, England as Manager, International Sales and established an office serving clients in Western Europe and Africa. In 2004 Mr. Kielau relocated to Budapest, Hungary as Manager, Business Development for ATCO Europe with responsibility for projects in Africa, Europe and the former USSR. Returning to Canada in 2006 Mr. Kielau assumed the role of General Manager, Workforce Housing with overall responsibility for ATCO’s workforce housing business in Canada and Alaska.
Mr. Kielau graduated from McGill University, Montreal in 1996 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree and is an active member of Canadian Council of the Americas (CCA), the Canada-Chile Chamber of Commerce and the Modular Building Institute (MBI).
Vice President, Modular Canada
Doug Irving is the Vice President, Modular Canada for ATCO Structures & Logistics. He is responsible for overall leadership and direction of the Workforce Housing and Space Rentals divisions in Canada.
Mr. Irving joined the company in 2008 and has held progressively senior roles. In 2010 he managed the Timmins, Ontario branch and then relocated to Diboll, Texas in 2012 to head up the US operation as General Manager.
Mr. Irving holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Manitoba.
Vice President, Operations
Kelly Babichuk is Vice President, Operations for ATCO Structures & Logistics, overseeing the Business Technology and design and innovation activities of the organization.
Prior to joining ATCO in 2015, Mr. Babichuk worked for over 22 years in the construction and industrial minerals industries. Mr. Babichuk began his career with a cement company and later co-founded an industrial minerals company where he was President & COO. He later worked for Hammerstone Corporation where he was Vice President, Sales & Marketing.
Mr. Babichuk is a professional engineer who graduated from the University of Alberta with a civil engineering degree in 1993. He later graduated from the University of Alberta with an MBA in 2001.
Vice President, Manufacturing
Bill Haliburton is the Vice President, Manufacturing for ATCO Structures & Logistics. He is responsible for North American manufacturing operations including five manufacturing facilities totalling 700,000 sq. ft, estimating and production. He also oversees Engineering, HSE, and QA.
Mr. Haliburton joined ATCO in 1978 as part of the Spruce Grove operations. He has held various positions of increasing responsibility over the years. In 1996, Mr. Haliburton relocated to Santiago, Chile as General Manager of an ATCO Joint Venture company with operations in Chile and Peru. He moved to Diboll, Texas in 1999 to head up a new manufacturing facility for ATCO as Vice President & General Manager and in 2003 he moved back to Calgary. After a brief time away, Mr. Haliburton returned to ATCO in 2009 as Vice President, Manufacturing.
During his 35 years in the industry, Mr. Haliburton has been involved in acquisitions, green field operations start-ups, and the formulation of successful international Joint Ventures. He has served several industry associations during his career including, most recently, the Board of Directors of the Modular Building Institute.
Senior Director, Frontec & Camp Services
Todd Dyer is the Senior Director, Frontec and Camp Services for ATCO Structures & Logistics. In this role, he has overall responsibility for operations and business development in North America and Europe.
Mr. Dyer joined ATCO in 2015 as the Senior Director, Product Development and Sales for the ATCO Global Pipelines & Liquids business unit. He has held senior roles in business and corporate development, supply chain, sales management and marketing and for a “Fortune 500” global manufacturing and distribution company. He has over 20 years of experience managing key vertical markets including oil and gas, government, transportation, healthcare, education, property management and lodging both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Dyer holds an Executive MBA from Athabasca University with a focus on International Business and Intelligence. He has been on several not-for-profit boards and actively coaches community basketball.
Managing Director, Australia
Michael Clennett is the Managing Director, Australia for ATCO Structures & Logistics and is responsible for growing the organization's global footprint.
Mr. Clennett has held several positions during more than 30 years with ATCO that have taken him around the world. In 1998 he moved from Canada to Australia to serve as Managing Director of ATCO Structures Pty Ltd. His portfolio grew to include International Business Development in 2009.
Mr. Clennett holds a bachelor of commerce degree from McGill University.
Senior Financial Officer
Derek Cook is the Senior Financial Officer for ATCO Structures & Logistics. In this role, he is responsible for establishing and implementing company-wide financing policies and operating procedures within the risk management and business planning functions for ATCO Structures & Logistics. He also oversees the measurement, evaluation and reporting of corporate risk management performance for the organization and plays a key role in strategic business development activities.
Mr. Cook joined ATCO Gas in 2001 where he held several senior positions, including Controller and Vice President, Regulatory & Controller. In 2013, he served as Chief Financial Officer, ATCO Australia where he oversaw the financial management of ATCO Australia and its companies, ATCO Gas Australia, ATCO Power Australia and ATCO I-Tek Australia.
Most recently, he was Vice President, Controller, ATCO Group, where he led the team responsible for enterprise-wide financial reporting, management reporting and planning. In
addition, he oversaw the company’s disclosure activities.
Mr. Cook holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Finance from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and a Chartered Accountant designation.
ATCO is a diversified global corporation delivering service excellence and innovative business solutions in Structures & Logistics, Electricity, Pipelines & Liquids, and Retail Energy. More information about ATCO can be found on www.ATCO.com.