Doug Henry is the owner and president of Native American Technical Services Company (NATSCO Ltd.) and NASTCO Mechanical Contractors Inc.
20 years ago, Mr. Henry dreamt of including his community in the thriving industries of the Chemical Valley. His Sarnia-based mechanical contracting companies, located in Aamjiwnaag First Nation Chippewa Industrial Park, strives to provide the community with an opportunity to participate in the mainstream economy.
These companies also offer employment opportunities for Aamjiwnaag and surrounding area First Nations community members, provide further development of their land, encourage self-sufficiency of the band, and foster environmental partnership and joint ventures.
Now, as an industry leader, Mr. Henry ensures that Aboriginal values are reflected throughout his workplace. Mr. Henry is also committed to the safety and welfare of his workers and as a result has won many industry awards for his safety measures and training.
Mr. Henry has a BASc in Technology Management from Bemidji State University in Minnesota and a Mechanical Engineering Technology Certificate from Lambton College in Sarnia. He specialized in the field of Piping Engineering, particularly Pipe Stress Analysis and Industrial Plant layout and design.