Success through Collaboration

The 6 point team has years of diverse experience in the fields of civil engineering, guiding as well as the development and management of snow safety programs for industries such as ski areas, mining, hydroelectric projects as well as other industrial projects.

We are proud to give back to our professional communities by teaching industry training programs and participating in professional association committees.

Our Team

Greg Johnson

M.Sc. P.Eng.

Greg Johnson is an engineer and avalanche specialist with twenty years’ experience across avalanche risk management, civil engineering, and project management. He holds an MSc in Avalanche Mechanics from the University of Calgary. Greg has worked extensively as an avalanche forecaster for industrial projects and public agencies in the US and Canada, a rescue specialist, and as a ski touring and helicopter ski guide throughout the world.


M.Sc. P.Eng.

Cameron is a geotechnical engineer with an MSc in Applied Snow and Avalanche Mechanics from the University of Calgary and ten years of engineering consulting experience. He specializes in geotechnical solutions for mountainous and permafrost regions and has worked on complex projects in British Columbia, Alberta, Nunavut, and northern Quebec. He brings a strong work ethic and a diverse skill set to the 6 Point Engineering team.


CAA Professional Member, ACMG

ACMG guide and ITP instructor for the CAA. 13 years as Avalanche Program Manager for Fernie Alpine Resort. Expertise in avalanche risk management, program planning, operations, training and avalanche control systems and strategies.


M.R.M., P.Eng.

Bret Shandro is an engineer and avalanche technician with experience in Canada and New Zealand providing avalanche hazard and risk assessment, site investigation, foundation design, geohazard hazard assessments, earthquake land damage assessments, and construction monitoring services. He has a Masters of Resource Management in Avalanche Hazard and is a Canadian Avalanche Association member. In the winter, Bret works as an avalanche technician for an avalanche forecast and control program.