Brian King, FEC, P.Eng. PMP
Director of Operations - Compostbking@gflenv.com
As President of Lafleche Environmental Inc., Brian is responsible to provide the leadership, sound business and project management principles in all business operations. He is also has responsibility for the company's long-term planning and strategic direction for all aspects of the company, including building upon the excellent community involvement and relations.
Brian is a Professional Engineer - Manitoba and Ontario, and also a Project Management Professional. Prior to becoming President in January 2008, Brian was the President of Millennium 3 Inc. a consulting and training company - PMI R.E.P. a Global Registered Educational Provider and Project Manager. Prior to starting Millennium 3 Inc. in 1994, he was a Senior Officer - Lieutenant Colonel with 23 years of service as a Construction Engineer in the Canadian Air Force. He was awarded the Government of Canada 125th year medal for outstanding service and leadership.
Brian is married to Sylvie and has two children Lorraine and Lisa. He is a Christian and a very supportive and committed individual with his church and numerous volunteer and non-profit organizations serving on numerous Boards and Associations.
By being part of the GFL Environmental and working closely with various communities, Lafleche has the expertise and proven ability to plan, and execute strategic and tactical projects including new initiatives to provide Ontario with cost efficient and state of the art solutions to address their environmental needs – “One Stop Solutions for Ontario”.
Brian is a value, principal based leader that holds himself and the Lafleche team accountable to turn the Lafleche vision into reality.
Don MacDonnell is a Certified Landfill Manager and Transfer Station Manager, with certification granted by the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). He is also a Certified Drainage Contractor under the Ontario Drainage Act.
Don has over 20 years of experience in the drainage and heavy construction fields. Starting with equipment operation, and then moving on to planning, design and supervision of major construction works, he is intimately acquainted with every aspect of both industries. At Lafleche, Don is responsible for the supervision of all operations - which range from landfilling to construction of landfill cells to composting. He also coordinates staff training for health, safety and environmental compliance.
Don's dedication, knowledge and interpersonal skills help create a family atmosphere among the employees at Lafleche. "It's the people who work here that make what we do possible," he says. "Ensuring their health and well-being is an essential step to ensuring the health and well-being of the wider world, and of future generations."