Sparweb Aeronautics Inc.

Our Goals

  • To design and certify unique modifications that increase the utility of aircraft and helicopters
  • To design and certify repairs that restore the airworthiness of aircraft and helicopters
  • To design and certify improvements that increase the service life of aircraft and helicopters
  • To maintain the balance between safety and performance.

Our Delegates

  • Structures – granted by Transport Canada
  • Electrical Systems (Pending)

Steven T. Fahey

Transport Canada Delegate
24 years of experience in aviation
P.L. Eng. (APEGS Saskatchewan)
P. Tech. Eng. (ASET Alberta)
Recreational Pilot, Wind Turbine Builder

New Candidate Member

Do you want to advance your career in aviation?
Are you seeking professional growth opportunities?
You could become a valuable element in Sparweb's future growth.

Professional Practice

Within the discipline of Mechanical Engineering: design, evaluate, test and direct the production, modification and repair of type certified aircraft, rotorcraft, and aeronautical products, that is the routine application of industry recognized codes, standards, procedures and practices using established engineering or applied science principles and methods of problem solving.

Professional Ethics

  1. Hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public, the protection of the environment and the promotion of health and safety within the workplace;
  2. Undertake and accept responsibility for professional assignments only when qualified by training and experience;
  3. Provide an opinion on a professional subject only when it is founded upon adequate knowledge and honest conviction;
  4. Act with integrity towards clients or employers, maintain confidentiality and avoid a conflict of interest, but where such conflict arises, fully disclose the circumstances without delay to the employer or client;
  5. Uphold the principle of appropriate and adequate compensation for the performance of their work;
  6. Keep informed to maintain proficiency and competence, to advance the body of knowledge within their discipline and further opportunities for the professional development of their associates;
  7. Conduct themselves with fairness, honesty, courtesy and good faith towards clients, colleagues and others, give credit where it is due and accept, as well as give, honest and fair professional comment;
  8. Present clearly to employers and clients the possible consequences if professional decisions or judgments are overruled or disregarded;
  9. Report to the appropriate agencies any hazardous, illegal or unethical professional decisions or practices by other members or others; and
  10. Promote public knowledge and appreciation of applied science, information and engineering technology.

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