Michael Glassco, President
Kenny Luong, Senior Project Manager
Michael has been working in the occupational health and safety field for more than 27 years after graduating from the Industrial Hygiene Technology program at Lambton College in Sarnia, Ontario. Over the past 26 years during his consulting tenure, Mr. Glassco has managed and conducted many indoor air quality, occupational hygiene and asbestos projects with his specialty being indoor air quality and mould investigations.
Kenny graduated from the Architectural Building and Engineering Technology Program from BCIT in 2008 and quickly joined the Sterling IAQ Consultants team. His education in architecture fits well with our team because of his knowledge about buildings and our background with indoor air quality and HVAC systems. Kenny quickly became an important asset of our team. Kenny is also AHERA certified so he is more than capable of conducting and managing our hazardous materials projects.
Our Team Members
Shari Workman, Proactive IAQ Coordinator
Shari is our Proactive Indoor Air Quality Program Coordinator and has been with our team for 6 years. She has over 20 years of program management and coordination experience.
Shannen Leigh, IAQ Technician
Shannen joined the Sterling IAQ team in January 2018 and has a long history of working in industries that require exceptional customer service which is what Sterling IAQ strives to provide to our clients.
Monica Lam, Project Manager
Monica joined our team in 2017 and has become valuable in a short time span. She has a Diploma of Technology in Environmental Protection from Kwantlen Polytechnic University and a Bachelors of Arts in Health Sciences from Simon Fraser University. She is also recently certified under the AHERA program.
George Woo, Project Manager
George also joined the Sterling IAQ team in 2018 and has a long history in the indoor air quality field. George offered his professional IAQ consulting services for many years in Hong Kong before returning to Vancouver and joining the Sterling IAQ team.
Craig Gilder, Project Manager
Mr. Gilder joined Sterling IAQ after graduating from the Occupational Health and Safety Diploma program (with Distinction) from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is well-versed in current Occupational Health and Safety Legislation and Standards and is qualified to perform hazard identification and risk assessments.
In his early tenure with Sterling IAQ, Craig has quickly picked up the requirements of hazardous building materials surveys and the details of indoor air quality and mould investigations.