Brendon Inniss, principal and chief executive, quality assurance and business development manager at Aleron Limited, is a registered professional structural engineer (BOETT Member No. 19-1018) with 19 years post-graduate experience. He has been the engineer of record on a broad spectrum of projects from small (<$100K) to mega (TT$300M), in Trinidad and Tobago and the Eastern Caribbean. He has worked on a wide range of projects which includes: multi-storey commercial & residential buildings; primary & secondary schools; hotel resorts, warehouses and private single-family residences. Brendon earned his BSc and MSc in 2002 and 2010 respectively, at UWI, St. Augustine and maintains active membership in APETT, PTi and ASCE.

Outside of working on commercial projects in Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Lucia and Dominica, Brendon also has extensive experience in the oil, gas, chemical and power energy sector. He has had the privilege of designing equipment and tank foundations, spill containment sumps, communication truss towers and multi-tiered pipe racks on projects like: Atlantic LNG Train 4; Petrotrin GOP, TGU 720 MW CCPP and Trinmar South-West Soldado. He has also been heavily involved in smaller projects for NGC and YARA in Point Lisas. He is the holder of a valid PLEA HSEQ passport; a Level 1 certified PT installer (field fundamentals) certified with the Post Tensioning Institute and has been responsible for designing over 80,000 sq.m of PT slab on grade foundations currently in service in Trinidad.

At the helm of Aleron Limited, Brendon utilizes his Six Sigma Yellow Belt training to continually improve the organization so as to ensure relevance and competent technical abilities in accordance with today’s rapid technological advancements. He is currently leading the efforts on obtaining STOW and ISO 9001 certifications for Aleron in an attempt to raise HSE awareness and improve QA/QC management within the firm. Brendon also ensures that the he and his diverse team actively maintains technical capability through continuing professional development and education via a combination of his internal training program (Aleron University); external training seminars and distance learning (online webinars).