Haag Canada takes giant steps towards its ambitious growth goal

Haag Canada takes giant steps towards its ambitious growth goal | Insurance Business

Haag Canada takes giant steps towards its ambitious growth goal

Multi-disciplinary forensic engineering firm Haag Canada has announced its appointment of two new practice leads and the opening of new offices.

The company has hired Mark Cammisuli P.Eng., CEM as practice lead for its mechanical group, and Ken J. Huber P.Eng., SIEE for its electrical (mining and energy) practice.

Cammisuli has extensive experience in mechanical system design and the application of complex equipment and has spent more than two decades offering design instruction to engineers and architects. He also has extensive field experience delivering action-based specification and design consultation, with areas of specialism including specialty mechanical systems, central utilities, energy management and water quality. Cammisuli will be based out of Haag Canada’s Toronto head office.

Huber, who will be based in Calgary in his new role, brings over 30 years of experience in electrical engineering, specializing in electrical rotating equipment, automation, transformers, power products, starting systems, design, manufacturing, investigation, project management, project engineering, and factory inspections. Huber helps craft personalized, bespoke services that lead to time and cost-saving solutions for his clients.

Haag Canada has also opened new offices in Ottawa and Calgary, which will support activities led out of the company’s head office in Toronto.

“Haag has enlisted Canada’s best of the best as part of our mission to build an independent and world-class resource for large, complex loss,” said Haag Canada CEO Chris Giffin B.A.Sc. “In just eight short months, we have rapidly grown to a substantive group of multi-disciplinary forensic engineering experts capable of managing any sizeable failure.”