SERVPRO of Calgary South Employee Photos

Rick Templeman

Rick Templeman is SERVPRO of Calgary South's General Manager. He has over 25 years in the Insurance Industry and another 14 years of experience with Disaster Restoration. He has extensive experience in property damage/fire investigation, restoration and management/project management and considerable experience in catastrophe response. Rick works hard to maintain a culture of entrepreneurship as the company grows. Rick provides his Project Managers with a voice that is heard and empowers his team to take initiatives within their roles. Rick is a leader who celebrates his teams' victories.

Mike Edwards

Mike has over 12 years of experience in cleaning and restoration. He began by cleaning carpets throughout his school years, and has since moved over to the restoration industry, starting as a Crew Chief in Edmonton then becoming a Project Manager, and eventually taking that role back to the Calgary franchise. He has obtained numerous certificates along the way, supplementing his experience with education.  Mike was vital in helping to mitigate losses during the 2013 Calgary floods, as well as the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire.  Mike is now the Director of Operations for Alberta and oversees both the Edmonton and Calgary SERVPRO franchises. 

Scott Templeman

Scott, one of our Project Managers, has over 35 years of experience in dealing with every level of property restoration and general construction, (residential, commercial, institutional, industrial and agricultural). There isn’t anything in the industry that Scott can’t handle. Scott has managed numerous large projects and lead teams of hundreds of people in CAT situations. Working in three provinces throughout his career, has helped Scott become proficient in the different techniques and challenges associated with inter-provincial codes and regulations

Mark Ayley

Mark, our Construction Manager, has 35 years of experience as a carpenter/builder in all aspects of construction from renovations to new homes to commercial and industrial buildings. He also has nearly a decade in the restoration industry working as carpenter, project manager and construction manager, so he is incredibly knowledgeable when it comes to building systems, structures and envelopes. Mark has been Involved in mitigation and rebuild of major catastrophes (CAT’s) in both the 2013 floods in Southern Alberta and the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires.