Gordon D. Mouland, M.Eng., P.Eng. Chair Board of Directors
Gordon graduated from Mount Allison University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science and completed his Bachelor of Civil Engineering in 1976 and Masters of Civil Engineering in 1979 at the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS).
He is the Past-President and CEO of Fundy Engineering and was our director of geotechnical engineering services with more than 40 years of comprehensive experience. In 1989, he co-founded Fundy Engineering & Consulting Ltd with two other partners. Gordon continues to work full-time as a Senior Advisor with our geotechnical engineering services department with a focus on project design and supporting our young professionals.
Gordon has worked as a geotechnical engineer for geotechnical investigations, geotechnical design, marine structures design, blasting design and control, slope stabilization, materials testing, and earthwork design. Some large-scale projects he has managed include: geotechnical design and investigation for the 450 MegaWatt Millbank Combustion Gas Turbine Generating Station; blasting control during construction of the Belledune Generating Station; investigation of slope failure at the west-side Saint John Co-op Store; materials testing for the Prince County Hospital in Summerside; slope stabilization and placement of a 2,300 square metregeomesh anchored retaining wall at a Fredericton retail outlet; marine structure development for Blacks Harbour and Digby Harbour; and geotechnical investigation and design for a large-scale commercial complex that was proposed for Long Wharf at the head of Saint John Harbour.
Throughout his career he has been called as an expert witness in several high-profile court cases because of his specific expertise and the valuable experience he has to offer in these fields.
In 2003, Gordon was presented with the Community Leadership Award by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick. The Award was given to him for his significant contributions to improving the quality of life in his community through voluntary participation in community organizations, government sponsored activities, and humanitarian work. In 2011, Gordon was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® Atlantic finalist for helping to create a better world to live, work, and play.