Randy Beltramin, P. Eng., Consulting Engineer, Principal
Mr. Beltramin is a licensed engineer in both Ontario and Michigan, and is recognized as a consulting engineer in Ontario. Over a career, which began in 1983, he has developed a broad range of technical and administrative skills, which have focused in the structural design and civil engineering fields. Projects include the new office complex at Algoma Tubes, the $20 million Ontario Forest Research Institute in Sault Ste. Marie, the 8 storey Villa Santa Maria Apartment Complex on the St. Mary's River, St. Basil's High School for the Sault Ste. Marie District Roman Catholic Separate School Board, and the Harbor Watch condominium development in Petoskey, Michigan. As a Sault native Randy has been very involved in his community, being active in various local service groups.
Mark Coleman, P. Eng., Principal
Mr. Coleman brings a variety of experience to the STEM Group having worked for both large and small consulting firms over his thirty-six years as an Engineer. Mark moved to Sault Ste. Marie in 1977 to work in the local office of a multi-national engineering consortium, eventually managing the office. Subsequently, he co-founded the firm of STEM with two partners. His work has focused on the heavy industrial sector, but also includes municipal, commercial, and institutional. Projects Mark has been involved in include the design and construction of the $500 million No. 2 Tube Mill at Algoma Steel (now Algoma Tubes), 35 Ton Crane Runway redesign in the Cold Mill at Algoma Steel, and a seven storey Health Science Centre for the University of Alberta.
Darrell Shelswell, P. Eng., Principal
Mr. Shelswell heads up the mechanical group for STEM. He has a broad engineering background that began in the Pulp & Paper industry, where he progressed to the Senior Maintenance Manager in various operations (i.e. kraft pulp, specialty papers, and newsprint). Some significant installations he has been involved with are; a new paper machine, a thermal mechanical pulping operation, and an oxygen delignification & bleaching system. Darrell then moved into the Forestry sector to provide project management and engineering support for a number of major construction projects including a $350M O.S.B. plant in Northern Alberta. He also provided installation and startup for a new Tembec sawmill in Kapuskasing In design, he has completed mechanical processes, steam and process piping, pumps, conveyors, and finite element computer modeling of steam piping (ALGOR). Darrell's broad background in operations and construction, coupled with his design experience, provides a unique perspective for developing practical engineering solutions that work.