Nomodic offers living, working, hospitality, commercial, and institutional space solutions from concept to completion, taking projects from design and permitting to fabrication and installation. We focus on the inefficiencies of time and budget within construction, using our process to create certainty around planning and outcomes of a project. Maximizing sustainability, greatly reducing waste and lessening the impacts of environmental delays are bi-products of Nomodics' drive towards quality that is on time and on budget. Our purpose has always been to leave our clients, communities, and the areas in which we work better than we found them.

The Nomodic Difference

Leave Things Better

We are visionaries, facilitators and builders, with a singular focus: to create something we are all proud of. We look to improving the production inefficiencies of the construction industry. Our process reduces waste, worksite injury, accident rates and theft while making major impacts on sustainability and worker safety.

No Boundaries

These are more than words. No boundaries propels our teams and embodies the way we approach our market. We are not limited by geography, construction type or finding skilled craftsmen. We encourage blank canvas thinking with infinite possibilities.

Unlocking Potential

Our unique design-build, hybrid construction process unlocks the potential for any site. We are not confined by a facility or a construction method. We design-build only with your goals and vision in mind, while creating certainty around budget and time.

The final product was beyond our expectation and above industry standard. The reason that Canbriam will preferentially continue to use Nomodic is based on their commitment to go above and beyond industry standards and produce high quality camp accommodations at very reasonable pricing.

Dave Knight, Manager Facilities Projects, Canbriam Energy Inc.

This has been our first experience with Nomodic and I struggle to see how we would have achieved what we have to date without them - they have handled all aspects of the project. The expansion is very complex and technical as the buildings will be cantilevered over the edge of a cliff on the ocean front. From the design, to the pre-planning, and the permits, they have the expertise that we required.

John Hooks, Duffin Cove Oceanfront Lodging

Deutscher Architecture has had the pleasure of collaborating with Nomodic's team on numerous projects over the last couple of years. Nomodic's desire to continually push the boundaries and quality of modular construction has provided both our companies with the opportunity to produce groundbreaking prefabricated buildings. The future of prefabricated buildings is exciting with Nomodic at the reign.

Jeremiah Deutscher, Deutscher Architecture

During the build process, any challenges we encountered were addressed promptly and thoroughly, suggesting that the Nomodic team doesn’t view obstacles as problems, but rather opportunities. The level of personalized service was unparalleled, and the entire team went above and beyond to ensure our satisfaction. Our experience with Nomodic was overwhelmingly positive.

Erin and Jeff F.

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The Nomodic Team

The Nomodic team is comprised of sharp thinkers and problem solvers who bring decades of experience in both pre-built construction and traditional craftsmanship. Design, project management, construction and a deep level of expertise are rewarded with the freedom to innovate through a process designed to deliver the benefits of quality, time savings, and cost certainty to every project with a no-boundaries mindset.

Kevin Read

President and CEO

Prior to founding Nomodic in 2012, Kevin spent years working in product design, quality assurance, process automation, corporate strategy, and business development in the construction and energy industries.

With an education including a Bachelor’s Degree in Business & Entrepreneurship, Kevin worked as Vice President of Operations at a Western Canada-based distributor of process control equipment prior to starting out on his own.

Since launching Nomodic, Kevin has grown to reach accolades such as being named one of Canada’s Top 40 under 40 (2018) and one of Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 (2017). Kevin was also selected as a finalist in 2016 for EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year award, serves currently on the Dean's Advisory Council for the Faculty of Business & Communication at Mount Royal University, and was voted in as the Modular Building Institute's Vice Chair of the Canadian Council for 2019.

 

Kevin Read

President and CEO

Kevin Delaney

Chairman of the Board

With more than 35 years of experience as a leader and operations strategist in the oilfield services industry, Kevin plays a key leadership role as Director and Chairman at Nomodic.

His extensive background includes being the Founder, CEO, and Chairman of Pure Energy Services from 2001-2012, President and CEO of Delaney Energy Services Corporation, General Manager of OPSCO 92 Industries Ltd., and Founder of KMK Wireline Services Ltd.

Kevin also serves as a Director of Canamax Energy Ltd, and was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2005.

 

Kevin Delaney

Chairman of the Board

Mogens Smed P.Eng, MB

Director

As the former CEO, director, and co-founder of DIRTT (one of Alberta Venture magazines Fast Growth Companies over $25 million in 2011 & 2012 and named a Canadian Best Managed Company by Deloitte), Mogens is considered the leading voice of modular interior construction in North America.

With over 40 years of experience in the interior construction industry, his achievements include launching and growing SMED International into a publicly traded modular interior construction company with over $300 million in annual revenue.

Since then, Mogens has gone on to become CEO of Evans Consoles, been named Environmental Champion by Interiors & Sources Magazine, and was named EY Prairies Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 in the category of Clean-Tech.

 

Mogens Smed P.Eng, MB

Director

Steve Nomura

VP, Business Development

With a modular career spanning more than 15 years as a leader and commercial strategist, Steve has held senior roles with CIVEO Canada, Black Diamond Group, and ATCO. His experience in sales and marketing management, business development, and contracts adds essential expertise to the Nomodic leadership team.

An effective problem solver, he strives for excellence in everything he does, especially when it comes to providing high-value and innovative solutions to client challenges.

 

Steve Nomura

VP, Business Development

Aaron Joyes

COO

Aaron brings over 12 years of industrial and modular construction experience to Nomodic, including seven years of construction management in the mining industry in Rio Tinto.

Before joining Nomodic, Aaron worked as COO of Northern Frontier Corp, and spent five years as General Manager of Operations and Construction with Black Diamond Group. He also brings a diverse educational background including trades and PMP certifications in Western Canada.

Aaron's overall experience in full turnkey modular and non-modular construction allows him to bring a depth of knowledge to the table which allows Nomodic to go beyond the average scope.

 

Aaron Joyes

COO

Julia Read CPA, CA

Chief Financial Officer

Before formally joining Nomodic in 2014, Julia worked in a managerial position with MNP LLP in their Assurance Services group where she conducted audits, reviews, and provided other assurance and taxation services for large private and public companies.

As a Chartered Accountant with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary, Julia has more than eight years of experience in public practice. Her background includes financial reporting and analysis, strategic planning, and tax within the manufacturing and natural resources industries.

Since joining Nomodic, Julia has been named one of Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 (2017). Julia also serves as a Director of the Federation of Calgary Communities, and as a sports coach with Special Olympics.

 

Julia Read CPA, CA

Chief Financial Officer

William Lacey

Director

Acting CFO at Steelhead Petroleum, William has been recognized for his work by a number of organizations including StarMine, Brendon Wood, and the Wall Street Journal. Throughout his illustrious career, William has served as Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Endurance Energy, Vice President of Marketing and Joint Ventures for Sinopec Daylight Energy Ltd. and was co-head of Research and Managing Director at FirstEnergy Capital Corp.

During his 11 years at FirstEnergy, he covered a number of companies including E&Ps, integrated oil companies, and infrastructure investments.

 

William Lacey

Director

Chris Martin CA

Director

With 26 years of experience as a Chartered Accountant working in debt and equity financings, acquisition, divestiture transactions, start-ups, corporate sales, and organic growth platforms, Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and talent to the board.

He currently serves as the CFO of Canamax Energy Ltd. as well as Ideal Completions Group Ltd., both private companies with operations in Western Canada.

Chris has also held CFO positions with several public companies, including Pure Energy Services, Canadian Sub-Surface Energy Services, Alternative Fuel Systems, and Calvalley Petroleum Inc., and has extensive experience in US/Canada cross border transactions.

 

Chris Martin CA

Director

Andrew Sielecki

VP Supply Chain

Andrew is a positive motivator who provides innovative solutions that continually improve our performance. Andrew brings over 16 years of experience developing and implementing long-term supply chain management strategy across North America. Andrew worked with Nomodic on the design and construction of a 60-person Operator Lodge in Northeast B.C. in 2016. With his help, the project set a new standard in the area for quality and comfort.

Andrew brings invaluable experience overseeing the full life cycle of remote accommodation projects. From construction to maintenance to decommissioning, his expertise lies in utilizing information management systems to improve project execution while employing data for optimal performance management.

 

Andrew Sielecki

VP Supply Chain

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Health, Safety, Environment

Health, Safety, & Environment (HSE) responsibility and accountability is a central part of the culture at Nomodic. We see it as our foremost responsibility to keep the people, communities, and environment in which we live and work safe. The Nomodic Behaviour-Based Observation Program empowers our employees, customers, and contractors to display the courage to care and make safety-conscious decisions.

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Community

Our success is measured by our ability to leave communities better than when we found them, and this includes helping the people around us live without boundaries. Not only is our team encouraged to give back to our communities, but we also provide and facilitate volunteer and fundraising opportunities for employees to engage and participate in. We do this through long-term and ongoing relationships with organizations we support, including Calgary Drop-In Centre and Habitat for Humanity, as well as causes dear to us, such as Seniors Affordable Housing, Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and Multiple Sclerosis.

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Indigenous Partnerships

Nomodic maintains several important relationships with Indigenous communities. Through these strategic partnerships, we can mitigate negative environmental and community impacts and contribute to positive social enhancements and growth within the communities in which we operate, including employment, training, subcontracting opportunities, and the use of community businesses for the majority of site services.