Our Leadership

Our Leadership

Executive Leadership

Paul Halliday
President and CEO

Paul has been the CEO of NorLand since July 2023. His appointment as CEO comes after serving as NorLand’s Senior VP of Infrastructure since 2017. He brings over 25 years of construction, heavy civil and environmental industry experience, including a diverse background in operations, project management, business management and finance. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of British Columbia, and he is a Certified Management Accountant. Before joining NorLand, Paul served as President of Envirocon Environmental Services, ULC (part of the Washington Group of Companies) overseeing operations across Canada.

Jatinder Heer

Jatinder Heer joins NorLand Limited as Chief Financial Officer starting February 2024. With over 20 years of experience in strategic finance roles, predominantly within multi-disciplinary construction companies with both local and international scope, Jatinder brings a wealth of knowledge to the team. A CPA, CGA, and holder of the Envision Sustainability professional designation, his expertise includes complex financial management, operational and project job costing, risk mitigation, and leadership. His role is pivotal in supporting NorLand's journey to operational excellence, emphasizing a people-first approach, process improvements, and technology implementations.


Scott Bradley, P. Eng.
Senior Vice President, Major Projects

Scott has spent over 40 years involved in the engineering and construction of transportation and utility projects in Western Canada. Scott’s experience and familiarity with British Columbia’s physical and logistical challenges ideally position him to lead NorLand's pursuit of major infrastructure opportunities. He has overseen the expansion into partnering with large international and national contractors to grow NorLand's technical base to better serve existing and future clients. Scott represents NorLand on Executive Committees of major construction joint venture partnerships, such as the South Fraser Perimeter Road in Surrey/Delta, the Fairview Container Terminal Expansion in Prince Rupert, and the Highway 91/17 Upgrade in Delta.

Gary Klynsoon
Senior Vice President, Industrial Services

Gary has been with NorLand for a combined 21 years, joining NorLand through the acquisition of Apex Industrial Movers in 1991. Gary began as a trainee and progressed through to Operations Manager by 2003. After exploring the heavy lift industry outside of NorLand, Gary returned in 2015 as General Manager of Apex and Pro-Tech. Gary is a red seal certified crane operator and a Professional Project Management certified leader, with over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, project management, team development, and a focus on safety-first operations.


Cam Green
Senior Vice President, Infrastructure

Cam Green is a seasoned executive with over thirty years in the construction industry, focusing on operations and business units across various sectors. He has a significant track record in project delivery, particularly in Western Canada. Cam holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia and completed the Next Generation Leaders Program at Ivey Business School. His roles have included Vice President at Aecon Major Projects West, where he successfully delivered multi-million dollar projects and oversaw business development and safety initiatives. Additionally, his expertise spans commercial management, change management, and indigenous relations.

Lydia Tay
Vice President, People & Culture

Lydia Tay joined NorLand as Vice President of People & Culture in May 2024, focused on the development and delivery of exceptional employee experience and development programs. Previously at FirstService Residential as VP of HR for Western Canada, she's known for her work enhancing workplace culture. With a CPHR and PROSCI Change Management designation, plus an MBA from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor's from Durham University, UK, Lydia's leadership aligns NorLand's HR initiatives with its operational goals.