IMP Aerospace, an operating unit of IMP Aerospace & Defence, is a leading Canadian aerospace company trusted by operators for its engineering and maintenance expertise in domestic and international military, government, original equipment manufacturers, and commercial environments.
We are an engineering and aerospace company that provides a full range of technical solutions and specializes in military applications.
IMP Aerospace strives to be an exceptional service provider committed to customer satisfaction and growth through operational excellence, employee engagement, and diversification.
Mike Michaud joined IMP Aerospace in 2012, following a diverse career with the RCAF which included multiple tours in flight test and aircraft maintenance operations. He was appointed VP Production in April 2015. Mike is a graduate of the Technical University of Nova Scotia in Mechanical Engineering and holds Master’s degrees in both Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Systems from the University of Tennessee. A registered Professional Engineer and Qualified Flight Test Engineer, he is also an alumnus of the United States Naval Test Pilot School in Patuxent River, Maryland and the German Joint Admiral and General Staff Officers Course at the Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr, Hamburg, Germany.
David began working at IMP Aerospace, Halifax International Airport, in the Contracts Department in 1991. After being transferred to the IMP Electronic Systems (ES) Operating Unit 4 years later, David’s career progressed to Manager and Director of Contracts and Administration before becoming VP and GM in 2009, responsible for the management of the ES Operation. In 2019, he transferred back to IMP Aerospace as Vice President Programs. Prior to joining IMP, David completed his Bachelor of Commerce at St. Mary’s University, Halifax. David also holds a Certified Professional Accounting Designation (CPA, CGA) and in May 2013, was one of ten IMP managers to graduate from the first IMP Leadership Development Program at Dalhousie University’s Rowe School of Business.
John joined IMP Electronic Systems in 2007 as the Manager of Wire Harness Programs and, in 2012, was promoted to Director of Production and in 2019 was again promoted to General Manager. After graduating from Dalhousie University, Halifax, with a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, he began his career as a continuous improvement engineer then transitioned to project management and other leadership roles. While working in the electronics and aerospace manufacturing and service industries for over 20 years, John has participated and led various Lean Sigma initiatives focused on improving value for customer and defect elimination. In 2020, John was promoted to Vice President of Production with IMP Aerospace.
Dale joined IMP Aerospace’s Production Control Department in 1987 as an Industrial Engineer. He later spent time in IMP Group’s Corporate IT Department as a Manager, Special Projects, Project Manager for Innotech-Execaire’s JD Edwards implementation, IMP Aerostructure’s MRP implementation, and CanJet as Director, IT. He rejoined IMP Aerospace as Director, Continuous Improvement and currently is Vice President of Continuous Improvement and Information Technology. Dale graduated from the Technical University of Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Engineering, Industrial. Prior to his Engineering degree he graduated from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax with a Diploma in Engineering and Bachelor of Science.
Since completing the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program in his home town of Gander, NL, and earning his AME license in 1986, Jim has focused his extensive knowledge of aircraft maintenance on commercial airline technical operations. In his 37 years in the aircraft maintenance industry, Jim has worked with everything from aerial firefighting operations in Ontario to commercial air carriers in the northern and eastern regions of Canada and held the title of Vice President Maintenance for both Air Atlantic and CanJet Airlines. Jim currently holds the position of Vice President of Quality with IMP Aerospace and Defence and is responsible for the direction, control, and administration of the Quality Branch functions associated with establishing and maintaining compliance with applicable standards and certifications, including ISO9001:2015, AS9100D, and oversight of Transport Canada issued AMO certificates. In addition to his Quality responsibilities, Jim is also an Advisory Board Member of the NSCC and CONA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Programs in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and Gander, NL respectively.
Kim joined IMP Group in 2007 as Manager, Human Resources at CanJet Airlines. During her time at CanJet, Kim held the titles of Senior Manager Human Resources and Director, Human Resources before leaving the Airline in 2014 to join IMP Aerospace and Defence. As Vice President of Human Resources, Kim is responsible for the overall Human Resources, Labour Relations, Training, and Occupational Health and Safety functions. Kim began her Human Resources career in the food retail/production industries working for Atlantic Wholesalers and Maple Leaf Foods. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Human Resources Management from Saint Mary’s University, and a Human Resources Management Certificate from the Human Resources Association of Nova Scotia.
Headquartered in Enfield, NS at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, IMP Aerospace boasts a 300,000 square foot campus consisting of 7 dedicated hangers and buildings, designed, built, and equipped to accommodate a variety of military and commercial aircraft and manufacturing services.
The facility's built-in efficiencies include:
Conveniently located on the East Coast of Canada, our location provides easy access to not only the central North American and Eastern seaboard but also the European markets as well.
Along with our headquarters in Enfield, IMP Aerospace has satellite operations in Trenton, ON, on the Canadian Forces Base, allowing us to provide the Department of National Defence (DND) with on-site support for Canada’s fleet of Super Hercules C-130J and CT142 Tutors, as well as an office located in Ottawa, ON, which is used as a business development and customer relations office.
For aircraft-on-ground (AOG) emergency support, call +1-604-850-7372