Jim Eisenhauer

Jim graduated from Dalhousie University in 1972 with a BSc and from Nova Scotia Technical College in 1974 with a BEng, Industrial (with distinction). He began his career in 1974 as a student with Clarkson Gordon (now Ernst & Young LLP) and received his CA designation in 1977 and was awarded the profession’s highest designation of FCA in 2005. In 1978 Jim joined his family’s business — and became Manager of the company’s new Newfoundland Division. In 1982, he returned home and was appointed President of ABCO Industries Limited in 1984. Jim is also founding President of ABCO Group Limited (1987), West Nova Fuels Limited (1987) and Nova Wood Products Limited (1992).

Jim is a Director of Stelia Aerospace North America Inc. (formerly Composites Atlantic Limited), Lunenburg, NS and Emera Inc., Halifax, NS and member of the Advisory Board of Atlantic Industries Limited (current Chair of the Audit Committee), Sackville, NB.

Jim has been involved in many volunteer activities over the years. In service to his Province these activities have including Past Director and Chair of Nova Scotia Business Inc. and Nova Scotia Voluntary Planning and past Director of Innovacorp and Nova Scotia Research Foundation. Jim is a past Governor of APEC. He is currently a founding Director and Chair of St. John’s Heritage Foundation Incorporated and a founding Director (past Chair) Lunenburg Waterfront Association Inc.

NEWS

Eastern Shore's Liscombe Lodge Has New Owner

Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Centre will continue to be a wonderful place to experience the spectacular Eastern Shore. The Province has sold Liscombe Lodge in Guysborough County to Hearthstone Hospitality Limited. The new owner will invest $1 million in upgrades in this iconic resort…

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Busking on the Waterfront

We know busking adds to the vibrancy of our waterfront and city. Our Busking Program is back in place on the Halifax waterfront. However, please ensure you maintain safe social distancing and are not gathering outside of your groups up…

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Lunenburg Waterfront Highlights

Welcome to the Lunenburg Waterfront Association’s (LWAI’s) 16th summer review of our ongoing project to preserve and energize our working waterfront. Due to COVID’s public health precautions we have delayed our annual public symposium and have prepared a “virtual meeting report”…

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Small Commercial Marine Business Opportunities

It is an exciting time to be in Nova Scotia at the water’s edge. It is where our ocean economy is building. It is where world-class researchers and industry innovate and collaborate to connect with new markets. It is where…

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Arts District Design Competition

June 2020 Update — Phase one of the international Design Competition for the new Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and vibrant Public Space is now complete. In early July phase two of the competition will commence, when three successful teams…

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Lunenburg Shipyard Revitalization Project

On May 27/20, the Province announced an investment of up to $230M to improve infrastructure and help get the economy moving again. The funding will support more than 200 shovel ready projects, creating up to 2000 jobs. A number of these…

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Develop Nova Scotia brings Open City under wing

It’s time to Re-Open City! As Nova Scotia’s economy gradually opens up our local businesses need our support now more than ever. So, we worked our partners rejigged a well-loved event to help kick it into high gear. We think…

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Operations and Maintenance Industry Opportunities

Are you in the operations and maintenance service and supports industry? Our two-stage Request for Supplier Qualifications (RFSQ) will potentially cover a range of service areas. We’ll  use the results of this RFSQ to pre-qualify and as may be required, select professional…

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Zwicker Warehouse Project

On May 27/20, the Province announced an investment of up to $230M to improve infrastructure and help get the economy moving again. The funding will support more than 200 shovel ready projects, creating up to 2000 jobs. A number of…

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Leasing Opportunity - Lunenburg Waterfront

Develop Nova Scotia is seeking a tenant to occupy the second floor of the Shipyard Warehouse (4 Burma Road, Lunenburg) on the historic Lunenburg waterfront. The Shipyard Warehouse is situated within the shipyard district and is an excellent opportunity for…

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