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Maurice Graveline, P.Eng.


Maurice Graveline Maurice Graveline, President & CEO


Maurice has over 24 years of experience in building related environmental issues and is President and CEO of DST. He has been with the firm since 2005, has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2006, and he is the founder of DST’s Building Environment sector.

Most of his recent project related work involves managing large, complex projects across multi-site real estate portfolios where the focus is on advising clients how to minimize risk and liability without adversely disrupting their core business.

On a corporate level, he is responsible for coordinating the activities of DST’s technical service sectors: Blast Design and Monitoring, Building Environment, Geotechnical Engineering, and Environmental Engineering.

His specialties include, but are not limited to, asbestos consulting, lead-based paint abatement, mould consulting, PCB management, building decommissioning, indoor air quality, and litigation support related to building environmental issues.




Working in Partnership to Achieve Consistent Performance and Sustainable Growth.

DST is a 100% employee-owned company that is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of both…

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Delivering excellence, innovation, and safety on every project.

From innovation techniques to environmentally friendly solutions, the team at DST has won a variety of awards that reflect the achievements of our company and employees.

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Health & Safety

Protecting our Most Valuable Resources... Our People.

Commitment to workplace health and safety forms an integral part of our organization from the Board of Directors and President through to all DST employees.

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