The Dunlop name has been recognized in Southern Alberta since 1964. Randy grew up in the automotive industry working with his father and brother. The family business has expanded in the last fifty years to include the original Ford dealership, Western Star dealerships in Lethbridge and Medicine Hat and Doug Dunlop Leasing.
When Randy was approached to become a partner in Extreme Portable Buildings, he saw the opportunity to share his business acumen and help grow this fledgling company into a successful and thriving business. A group of hard-working dedicated professionals came together. Their focus is on building a quality product that will meet customer needs and an ownership experience that will exceed their expectations. The very things that Randy has used to be successful in his other businesses.
Kevin Neufeldt serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Haul-All Equipment Ltd, the manufacturing partner in Extreme Portable Buildings. He has overseen the growth of Haul-All from 12 plant workers in 1985 to over 100 in 2014. During this time he has spearheaded various improvement initiatives in the areas of inventory control, quality management and Lean Manufacturing. He managed the design and implementation of their powder coating facility, making Haul-All the first company in the waste management industry to use this superior painting process. Kevin has directed the integration of the Extreme Portable Buildings structures into the manufacturing product line of Haul-All Equipment. Kevin holds a B.A.Sc. degree in System Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Kelly Philipp is responsible for accounting, finance and legal contracts. Kelly has a knack for creative solutions to maximize value with a focus on customer benefits. Mr. Philipp provides leadership in the development of financial models that quantify the costs and benefits of various equipment solutions. This offers customers with the assurance necessary to feel comfortable making investment decisions that have a short-to-medium term payback horizon.
Mr. Philipp also serves as Vice President & CFO of Haul-All Equipment Ltd., President of Haul-All Leasing Ltd., and is a member of the Management Advisory Board in the Faculty of Management at the University of Lethbridge. Kelly holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University, is a professional accountant in good standing (CGA) and teaches various undergraduate finance courses at the University of Lethbridge. When not developing creative financial solutions or teaching, Kelly enjoys judo and crafting fine beers for friends and family.
Patrick Veer is responsible for sales and marketing activities. He has over 30 years experience in a variety of international industry sectors including Construction, Energy, Building Materials, and Software.
2Badgers Consulting Inc., is excited to announce, they have teamed up with Extreme Portable Buildings from Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. EPB is an industry leader in building the best, portable, multi-purpose structures.
With over 60 years of combined experience in service to Aboriginal communities, Dion Arnouse and Wayne Schnitzler of 2Badgers Consulting understand the housing and critical infrastructure challenges Aboriginal communities face and appreciate the need to bring the best, credible services forward to address these challenges.
The EPB product provides an innovative turnkey solution for First Nations infrastructure needs such as Fire Halls, Cultural Centers, Convenience Stores, Water Treatment Facilities, and Band Offices.
Contact the 2Badger team for further details and a tour.
Dion is the founding CEO of 2 Badgers Consulting Inc. and a successful First Nations business entrepreneur. Prior to creating 2 Badgers Consulting, Dion spent the majority of his 22 years in the Federal government building proactive working relationships and implementing proactive community initiatives in First Nations Communities. Dion prides himself on having a broad range of experience in the field of First Nations/Industry relationship-building from the front-line to the corporate level including:
First Nations Emergency Services Society of BC (19 years)
Working to improve First Nations Emergency services capabilities by working with Aboriginal governance to improve the Safety culture within communities to establish an all hazards approach to prevent and prepare for emergencies.
West Kelowna Fire and Rescue, Fire Chief (18 years)
Developed a Volunteer Fire Service to a Composite department with 1 Fire Chief 2 Assistant Chiefs and 32 firefighters and a Fire Prevention division of 2 and 1 Public Fire and Life safety educator and 2 support staff and 60 paid on call. Established a fire service agreement with Westbank First Nation and developed a strong relationship. Maintained a strong relationship with the IAFF and the CAO to ensure a positive work environment was maintained. Organized and assumed Command of large scale emergencies such as the 2009 wild fires in Glenrosa, Rose Valley and Terrace Mountain.