TODD GRUNDY – Principal

Todd Grundy grew up at Arpi’s North, with his father, Don Grundy leading the Company as Vice President.
Todd became a full time employee of Arpis industries in 1994 at 17 when he entered into the apprenticeship program.
Todd became a journeyman sheet metal mechanic and shortly thereafter received the coveted "Red Seal" Journeyman Sheet Metal designation in 2000.

Todd quickly developed a reputation for his leadership abilities, critical thinking and ability to get the job done and rose quickly to the position of Foreman. Working from the ground up within the business has given Todd a well rounded perspective that is both relavant and unique in the industry. Todd is able to leverage those years of experience in all areas of the business and business cycles.

In 2007 Todd became one of the founding partners and Vice President of the current entity Arpis North Inc.

Today under Todds guidance and watchful eye Arpis North Inc. is considered an innovator and industry leader that continues to develop and foster meaningful and enduring relationships in the construction industry, that with dedication, attention to detail and strong core values has distinguished themselves as the leading Mechanical Contractor in the industry.

Todd is an active member of the community to which he serves and currently sits as Chairman of the CLRA (Construction of Labour Relations of Alberta). Todd also is a contributing director to
YOUCAN Youth Services which is dedicated to helping youth in the community to gain knowledge and practical skills and resources to live healthy lives out of harms way.

Watch the video about Arpi's North's role with YOUCAN.

DON GRUNDY – President

Don began his career in construction with Arpi’s Industries Calgary, in 1970. From an entry level position in the shop to an indentured apprenticeship as a tin smith to the completion as Red Seal Journeyman and subsequent Superintendent status, Don proved loyalty and value by remaining with Arpi’s through it all.

In 1979, Don was offered a project which required him to relocate north to Edmonton Alberta. He came to represent Arpi’s, and run the first phase of West Edmonton Mall and cement the stature and what was to be the legacy of Arpi’s Industries in Edmonton.
Don continued to manage successful projects in Edmonton and area, and by 1990 was the acting Vice President of the company.

In 2007, Don took yet another step up the ladder and closed on the deal to purchase the Edmonton operations of Arpi’s Industries. With two partners involved, Don became an owner and President/ Founder of Arpi’s North Inc. and has maintained that role ever since.

A leader in the industry through vision, dedication, loyalty and values, Don has participated in industry changing projects, throughout his tenure. Such iconic projects completed in his career include Bankers Hall (Calgary), West Edmonton Mall-Phases 1 through 4 (Edmonton), Canada Place (Edmonton), Alberta Pacific Mill -ALPAC (Boyle), Alberta Museum of Art (Edmonton), Rogers Place (Edmonton), and the Stantec Tower (Edmonton).

Don’s industry commitments have also included board positions and directorships with the Construction Labour Relations of Alberta, the Local Advisory Committee of the Alberta Apprenticeship Board, The Local 8 Sheet Metal Pension Trust, along with SMACNA affiliation.

Don is a well respected leader in the industry and the community and continues to be a driving force in Arpi's North Successes.


Lisa An joined the Arpi’s North management team in 2016, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience in strategic financial management. As the Chief Financial Officer, Lisa ensures the continued growth and success of both Arpi’s North and our clients by providing dedicated accurate project forecasting, financial reporting and budget analysis.

LIZ FURSIEWICZ – Credit Manager

Liz Fursiewicz has been with the Company since 1978.
Her contributions during her managment tenure at Arpi's North are significant and continue to ensure positive growth and professionalism in the companies success going forward.