Lee Deslauriers, P.Eng., RPF, is the Principal and Managing Engineer of Stonecroft Engineering, with over 25 years of experience in the natural resource sector for major forest licensees, government, and consulting. Lee holds a degree in Forest Operations and Forest Engineering from UBC and also studied in South Africa and New Zealand. Lee specializes in the design and construction of resource sector infrastructure, including bridges, culverts, log handling facilities, roads, and retaining walls in mountainous terrain, as well as projects for First Nations, parks and municipalities. Practicality, value, safety, and environmental stewardship are all of utmost importance for his projects.
Lee is a specialist auditor for the BC Forest Practices Board, who took part in the 2013 and 2019 Special Investigations on Bridge Planning, Design and Construction. Lee volunteers as a former Chair of the Engineers and Geoscientists in the Resource Sector Division of Engineers and Geoscientists BC, and he is on the Crossings Task Force of the Joint Practice Board of ABCFP/Engineers and Geoscientists BC, co-authoring Version 3 of the Guidelines for Professional Services in the Forest Sector – Crossings.