Our Philosophy

The mission of Sibola Mountain Falling is to survive, to succeed and to thrive by focused determination, unity of effort, detailed direction and excellence in execution.

The culmination of these efforts will allow our people to return home safe at the end of each day and provide great value to our clients.

Meet Our Team

Management and Key Personnel

Jordan Nicolussi
Jordan NicolussiPresident
Prior to founding Sibola Mountain Falling Ltd., Jordan broke in and worked for a number of reputable falling contractors on the coast and interior of B.C. He is young, ambitious, and extremely motivated to lead his company through steady growth on its way to becoming one of the premier timber falling companies. He has built a professional crew with extensive management and falling experience across all the different spectrums of the timber falling industry.
Kirk Bell
Kirk BellOperations Manager
Kirk has been involved in the Forest Industry for over 30 years from a boots on the ground faller to a supervisor overseeing large falling crews. He brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to our Sibola team. Kirk is comfortable building and managing large productive crews, all the while ensuring safety first and foremost. He has a keen awareness for managing the costs of projects, completing them on time and on budget. Widely respected in the industry, Kirk is personable and has excellent communication skills.
Juraj Seemann
Juraj SeemannCertified Falling Supervisor
Juraj comes to Sibola with years of supervisory and falling experience, predominantly on helicopter projects. Juraj is an excellent communicator and rarely will you find him rattled. He’s a great leader who keeps the people he’s in charge of, calm when things don’t go as planned. Juraj is also an effective trainer and mentor for our younger fallers.
Roger Sacht
Roger SachtFalling Supervisor
Roger started logging in 1980 setting chokers and started falling in 1992. A Falling Supervisor since 1998, Roger also has training in EMS and Occupational First Aid Level 3. His key responsibilities include maintaining a safe and productive working environment for his falling crew. He also maintains relationships with customers regarding log quality, safety and daily operations.

The Environment

  • We will operate in a manner that provides sound resource management and stewardship of the environment.
  • We will extract maximum value out of each job while not impacting the surrounding land and waterways.
  • We pledge to meet or exceed all local, cultural, provincial, and federal laws and regulations in the areas that we operate.

First Nations

In our First Nation partnerships, Sibola recognizes that cultural priorities and knowledge must be acknowledged in order to achieve successful and economically viable operations.

Our goals and values of partnerships with First Nations include:

  • Consultation and meaningful engagement
  • Culturally competent (Sibola) staff
  • Ensuring cultural protocols are met before operations begin
  • Maintaining an open channel of communication
  • Training and employment opportunities for First Nations partners

Sibola Mountain Falling has been fortunate to develop working partnerships with many First Nations throughout BC. These partnerships provide opportunities for local First Nations to develop their skills in the Natural Resource Industries, while providing our company with experienced people, capable of tackling our various projects. These ventures create local economic opportunities and employment.

Our partnerships have mutually benefited all parties involved and we continually strive to learn about the land we work on and enhance our working relationships.

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