Dale Neuls
PresidentHis roots go back to Saskatchewan, where he was involved in a family-run business. Dale started with WL Construction back in 1991 as an apprentice carpenter. In 2001, he was the Supervisor and Project Manager for a $6 million expansion of the Fort St. John Hospital. Now Dale is responsible for overseeing the entire operation of WL Construction.


Carina Wallis
Project Managers/EstimatorCarina was born and raised in Fort St. John. She has a diploma in Business Administration – Accounting from Mount Royal College and a diploma in Architectural Technologies – Building Development Technologies from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. She has been with WL Construction since 2009 and has since overseen a multitude of projects for the company. Most recently she has worked on a large renovation & addition creating a dental clinic and second story condos in an existing 3 story building on 100th ave in Fort St. John and a new SPCA building in Dawson Creek.


Bruce Reid
Past President and Present Consultant to W.L. Construction Ltd.When Bruce finished his Construction Engineering Technology course in Hamilton, ON he headed west and then moved north to Fort St. John. He started with WL Construction as an estimator in 1979. Over the years he served as Construction Manager, Sales Representative and Designer. After success in these capacities, in 1993 he bought the company. “Our people have always been our strength,” says Bruce. “We’ve got such a wide range of experience that we always have someone who’s an expert at each aspect of every job. ” In 2015 Bruce handed over ownership to Dale Neuls and a group of long term employees. Bruce now works as a consultant for W.L. Construction Ltd.

Administrative Staff

We also have qualified and experienced administrative staff:

Linda Ergang is the Finance Manager and has been with the company since 1988.

Bonnie Niekamp is the Office Administrator and has been with the company since 2008.

Field Staff

We have a field staff of 8 supervisors and the required carpenters and workers to allow us to work on 8 projects simultaneously.