• Kim Lewis Award
  • NASTT Award 1
  • Kim with sample
  • Prep from the main truck

Who We Are

LiquiForce is a leader in no-dig pipeline rehabilitation for the clean water, waste water and other pipeline systems. Our unique, green pipeline rehabilitation systems provide new pipe standards and durability (50-100 years) for pipes 10 centimetres (4 inches) to 6 metres (20 feet) in diameter.

Our state-of-the-art pipeline rehabilitation process significantly reduces pipeline repair time with minimal disruption and decreases repair costs. Our green, no-dig technology helps reduce carbon and water footprints from the repair process.

From the point of distribution to user, and back to collection and treatment facilities we are a one-stop no-dig, pipeline service provider offering complete pipeline system inspection, assessment, rehabilitation and maintenance.

Think: non-invasive robotic surgery for pipeline systems.

Why Dig?

What We Stand For

To provide quality trenchless sewer rehabilitation using our innovative methods and performance driven teams to deliver upgraded infrastructure that our clients can trust.
Do What’s Right.
A safe and healthy workplace is our number one priority at LiquiForce. We strive for a safe and accident free workplace for our employees, our clients and the public.

View our Health & Safety Policy

Our Dedication

Quality 100%
Service 100%
Safety 100%

Recent Accomplishments

Ernst & Young Award
Windsor Essex Entrepreneur Of The Year Award
Windsor Essex Regional Innovation Award
2015 Cafe Award

Senior Management Team

Kim K Lewis
Kim K LewisChair & Chief Executive Officer
Kim K. Lewis is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the LiquiForce Group of Companies and directly responsible for the development and implementation of our business development strategy.

Kim is a recognized pioneer and innovator in the North American no-dig trenchless pipeline rehabilitation (TPR) industry. He is a Founding Member and Past Chair of the North American Association of Pipeline Inspectors, establishing condition rating standards for sewer pipelines throughout North America. Kim is also past Canadian Representative to the National Association of Sewer Service Companies and is a past Member of the Board of Directors of the Centre for the Advancement of Trenchless Technology (CATT) at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Kim was also selected the Ernst and Young 2011 Ontario Entrepreneur of the Year, Technology Finalist.

Jeff Lewis
Jeff LewisPresident & Chief Operating Officer
Jeff Lewis is President & Chief Operating Officer and responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of all LiquiForce Group of Companies. Jeff is also responsible for reviewing all project submissions and LiquiForce’s asset management development expansion into the water rehabilitation and other pipeline sectors.

Jeff holds a business degree from the University of Windsor.

Kim M. Lewis
Kim M. LewisVice President, Business Development
Kim M. Lewis is Vice President, Business Development and responsible for technical evaluation and overall supervision, including project planning, construction, operation, contracting and consulting, throughout Canada and the United States.

Kim has been involved in the no-dig, trenchless pipeline rehabilitation industry since 1994 and has a diversified background in corporate and administrative management.

Max Gowdy
Max GowdyVice President, USA
Max Gowdy is Vice President, USA with responsibilities for our day-to-day U.S. operations. Max joined LiquiForce in 2007 with over 15 years of previous management experience in the construction industry.

Max holds proven leadership abilities and brings tremendous project management experience to the LiquiForce Team.

Ian Blackburn
Ian BlackburnVice President, Canada
Ian Blackburn is Vice-President, Canada with responsibilities for our day-to-day Canadian operations. Ian joined LiquiForce in 1996, bringing previous experience in the clean water and wastewater industry with him.

Ian served in the Canadian Armed Forces as an Airborne Combat Engineer and was Section Commander responsible for Water Supply, including the development, operation and maintenance of a reverse osmosis water purification unit.

Ian also holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.

Darcy Warren
Darcy WarrenVice President, Research and Development
Darcy Warren is Vice President, Research and Development. A founding employee of LiquiForce in 1987, Darcy has been involved in the no-dig pipeline rehabilitation industry since 1974 and brings tremendous industry knowledge and experience to the LiquiForce Team.

Darcy’s responsibilities have included: product innovation and development; product manufacturing; international operations; large project management; risk assessment and management; field services and logistics; workplace safety; quality assurance and control; personnel training and development; customer service; and technical support/resources.