Parke Pacific Projects is a commercial construction company that believes in Customer Service, Efficiency, Reliability, Dependability, Safety Oriented and Environmental Sustainability. We have over 150 years of combined experience in the commercial construction industry. We have seen the highs and lows of the industry and have excelled through it all. We know what needs to be done to deliver your project on time and on budget.
Stewart Parke: President
Is a mature, driven and passionate leader. Beginning as a laborer he has excelled in all aspects of his career with a determination that breeds success. After working 20 years in the Commercial Petroleum industry Stewart is now President of Parke Pacific. Stewart believes creating quality projects develops successful partnerships and a prosperous future for all involved.
Wally Parke GSC: Construction Manager
A seasoned veteran that brings invaluable experience to our team. Wally is well respected by the clients he serves and the tradespeople he works with. Wally’s on site management skills have produced quality projects for decades ranging in scope from petroleum service stations to 3000 person modular camps.
Denton Elliot: Project Manager/Chief Estimator
Denton Elliot is a Registered Building Technologist (AScT) in British Columbia with over 20 years of progressive and hands on experience in the construction industry as a certified Sheet metal tradesman and Building Technologist. Previously working as a designer, Denton understands the importance of coordination and communication between the owner, design and construction team to create the highest achievable deliverable to the shareholders. Denton’s combination of Technical and Vocational training in Building Science and experience in the ICI Sector adds depth to Parke Pacific.
Janet Lettmann: Project Cost Accountant
Passionate for the construction industry Janet entered this field at a young age obtaining many certifications in accounting and construction management including completing construction management program at SAIT. Janet has 25 years experience in general contracting and specializes in construction management and project job cost accounting. Janet has worked on multiple projects all over Western Canada, focusing on residential; multifamily; design\build; restoration; commercial; industrial; civil; and environmental construction projects. She is excited to be part of Parke Pacific’s team and offers them and their clients integrity.
Dave Currie: Director of Corporate Safety
Building relationships is one of Dave’s strongest attributes, as he brings with him a sense of optimism and enthusiasm that is apparent when dealing with co workers and clients. Dave’s passion for safety is not just a job to him but a lifestyle which he brings to Parke Pacific to make sure all team members go home safe everyday.
Cameron Jones: RSE Journeyman Carpenter, Construction Superintendent
Cam has been in construction since he was a young man. He has had the opportunity to work in many facets of his trade, from agricultural buildings, institutional constructions, Industrial oilfield and remote camps. Beginning his journey as an apprentice, and earning his role as a lead carpenter/foreman, to where he is now as a RSE Journeyman Carpenter/Construction Superintendent. Cam is always focused on the challenges presented to him and enthusiastic to be leading his team from a projects conception to its doors opening.
Bob Dayne, RSE, CSC – Superintendent
Bob’s background in construction started in the electrical field where he obtained his red seal designation. His work was mainly in the commercial sector, specializing in gas stations. Bob started a new role running small job’s as a Superintendent and not long after took on the challenge of complete gas stations. Bob has worked in most provinces in Canada including some remote boat access only sites. He recently joined the Parke Pacific team and we are excited to have his knowledge, skill and experience in our arsenal. “Thank you Stewart Parke for giving me this opportunity to grow with your company”