Nick Iozzo, P.Eng.
The senior leader of our team and President of DPM, Nick has over 25 years of experience working in the utility sector. He spent the first eight years working directly for local utilities, including five years running the design department for an LDC. These initial years not only provided a sound foundation of knowledge on fundamental utility principals but also formed the basis of the strong personal relationships Nick still maintains today with senior managers in the LDC sector. For the past two decades, Nick has focused his efforts on providing services to the utility and the private sector. He has unrivalled experience in managing large-scale development and utility renewal projects.
Robert brings over 17 years of experience in the development industry to DPM. Robert spent the first five years of his career working for an architectural firm and a developer. He then moved into the utility sector, where for 10 years he honed his skills as a Designer, Project Leader, Manager and then General Manager at a large local engineering firm. During his first 12 years in the utility industry, Robert focused on many residential, commercial and industrial projects across Southern Ontario. In recent years, his focus has changed to utility renewal projects. He has managed small- and large-scale LDC capital projects ranging in value from $100,000 to over $3,000,000. Robert has worked with many well-respected LDCs and others in the utility business, building relationships through events and committees such as BILD, IEEE and AWPA.
A key senior leader and Project Director at DPM, Robert is highly regarded for his dedication to providing exceptional service, including his special attention to budgets and schedules.
A key senior leader and Project Director at DPM, Spiro has almost 30 years of experience working for both LDC and consulting firms that supported the utility and development industries. Spiro brings an extensive background of Distribution Systems design experience to DPM. During his 10-year tenure at a Toronto LDC, he was responsible for the design and execution of large-scale overhead and underground projects. He was a Project Leader with a local engineering consulting firm for 15 years, where he managed large-scale development and utility projects. His projects now include many LDC capital projects, with a focus on underground renewal. Spiro’s vast experience and his attention to detail ensure the efficiency and success of every project he undertakes.
Ryan Holder, M.Sc., M.Eng., P.Eng.
In his role as Project Director, Ryan manages DPM’s non-EPC capital projects and the quality improvement program at DPM. Ryan started his utility career in the Bahamas with the Bahamas Electricity Corporation. During his 19-year tenure in the Bahamas, Ryan worked in distribution maintenance and then distribution planning after obtaining his engineering degree. Ryan was the design engineer for the hydro infrastructure on a number of major projects including the Bahamar Resort Development, the Lynden Pindling International Airport and the Bahamas National Stadium. Ryan concluded his tenure in the Bahamas as the manager of the Distribution Planning Department. Ryan holds a B.E.Sc in Electrical Engineer, a M.Sc. in Engineering Management and a M. Eng Engineering Design – Sustainable Infrastructure.
Project Services Director
Prior to breaking into the utility industry, Anthony spent five years as a Confirmations Analyst with a well-respected financial services institution. He successfully transferred his skills from the financial sector and spent the first three years of his utility career as a Project Management Assistant with a large utility contractor in the GTA, where he was responsible for estimating, coordinating and analyzing utility projects with different municipalities and LDCs all over southern Ontario.
Anthony joined DPM as the Contracts Coordinator. He was responsible for tendering, drafting and administering construction contracts, certifying progress payment certificates, and construction coordination. With over five years of experience at DPM, Anthony now manages DPM’s project services department, which is responsible for the coordination of utilities, contracts, construction, inspections, and ensuring that all projects progress from the tender stage to energization on budget and on schedule. Anthony’s ability to build relationships and his dedication to customer service have gained him the respect of many contractors, developers, municipalities and LDCs.