Meet a few of the people that keep our operation running smoothly.
Owner, Journeyman Electrician, Class B FSR
Jordan started Copper Mountain Electric in 2010 after 5 years in the electrical industry. He has experience in all types of service work, residential and commercial electrical including several industrial plant upgrades. Jordan is strongly committed to building long term relationships with his employees and clients. He enjoys investing in his staff through training and coaching, always striving to find ways to increase efficiency and improve our installation practices.
Project Manager, Journeyman Electrician, Class B FSR
Dallan has been an electrician since 2005. Over his career, he has wired hundreds of homes throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley, from multi family spec homes to high end customs. He’s one of our residential and code experts, loves to learn and accept new challenges. Always willing to help, he’s an asset to our team and will be an asset to your job as well.
Journeyman Electrician, Class A FSR
Cam has been with Copper Mountain since 2016. Cam started working part time as an electrician in high school. He comes from a family of electricians and officially started his apprenticeship in 2009. He has experience working with Utility Companies, as well as line and pole work. Cam is a quick learner, great problem solver, and hard worker. Proud to have his High Voltage “A” ticket, he’s a valuable member of our team.
Kieran Van Roekel
Kieran began his apprenticeship with Copper Mountain Electric in 2012. He has varying experience in residential renovations, new construction and commercial work. Kieran will always go out of his way to finish the job and keep our clients happy.
Matt started his electrical career in 2011. He’s a fast learner, an efficient worker, and enjoys a physical challenge. A strong component of our team.
Janelle Van Den Berg
Janelle came on board with Copper Mountain Electric in 2017. It’s really great to have her in the office streamlining the way we do things. We couldn’t run Copper Mountain without her.