Dr. Wayne W. Tennesey, P. Eng.
Forensic Engineer and Metallurgist
Ph. D., University of Manitoba, Metallurgical Sciences Laboratory, 1982
M. Sc., Corrosion Engineering, University of Manitoba, 1972
B. Sc., Mechanical Engineering, University of Manitoba, 1969
Registered Professional Engineer, Province of Manitoba (APEGM), 1972
Certified Fire Investigator, Reg. No. 3342-306, 1990
Registered Professional Engineer, Province of Ontario, 1996
Registered Professional Engineer, Province of Alberta, 2005
Registered Professional Engineer, Province of Saskatchewan, 2006
Member National Association of Corrosion Engineers, NACE
Member Steels Structures Painting Counsel, SSPC
Dr. Wayne W. Tennesey has practiced as a metallurgical and mechanical engineer as well as a corrosion engineer over 39 years. For 20 years, Dr. Tennesey has been President of Testlabs International Ltd. He routinely performs metallurgical fracture/failure analysis, corrosion engineering, forensic engineering, accident and fire investigations, materials testing and sophisticated fatigue and heat treating design for insurance, legal and industrial clients. He has published and presented papers in the areas of failure analysis of metals and coatings, fracture mechanics, corrosion of stainless steel and orthopedic surgical implants, and coating failures.
Carly Van Ryssel
Administrative Assistant & Forensic Photographer
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from University of Winnipeg, 2013
Carly joined Testlabs International Ltd. in November, 2014. Recently graduated from the University of Winnipeg, Carly was seeking an administrative role where she could utilize her organizational, intellectual and artistic skills to benefit a company. Her ability to adapt to new situations, work under tight deadlines as well as her eagerness to learn makes her a great asset in the administrative role within Testlabs International Ltd.
Co-op Student Winter 2019
Fourth Year Mechanical Engineering Student at the University of Manitoba
James joined Testlabs International Ltd. in January 2019 to gain real world engineering experience as an undergraduate student and to apply his knowledge and further explore the materials science and engineering field. His strong organizational skills, eagerness to learn and strong work ethic makes him a desirable employee.