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Our Leadership

Wayne Bryce
President & CEO


If you know Wayne, you’ve heard him tell the story of being a young engineer, visiting a home in Texas where there were issues with piping behind the wall.  He rang the doorbell, and a mother answered the door, a baby on her hip and a toddler running around.  The house was a disaster – holes in the wall, mold, etc. – because of leaking piping.  This family had put their life savings into buying this home, and it was in a state of disrepair because we failed to create a product suitable for its intended use.  We, as an industry, failed this family.  This is Wayne’s “why”.  This is the reason he founded JANA.  

Better Piping for a Better World: This is JANA’s mission, and we live by it every day. This Mission defines us, directs us and drives us.  We live it by investing deeply in developing the absolute best technology that empowers our clients to genuinely manage their assets in a risk-informed manner and profoundly mitigate the inherent risks of operating pipeline assets. The technical approaches JANA uses provide our clients a clear line of sight on risk.  

Industry Participation: American Gas Association Piping Materials Committee, American Gas Association Engineering Committee. American Gas Association TIMP Committee, Institute of Asset Management (IAM) NSF-14 Joint Committee, ASTM F17, Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI), Western Energy Institute (WEI), Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE), American Water Works Association (AWWA), PE 100+ Association.

Ken Oliphant
Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer


At JANA, we believe in Better Piping for a Better World.  It’s because of this Mission that we are driving a movement toward a progressive and substantive methodology for risk modeling.  Having spent his entire career in the piping industry – from product formulation and development, to market access, to risk modeling and lifetime forecasting – Ken understands the difference between our technology and other standard, established technologies.  Under Ken’s technical leadership, JANA’s expert team partners with our clients to develop asset management strategies based on state-of-the-art mechanistic-probabilistic risk modeling, allowing our clients to make fully informed decisions. 

Industry Participation: American Gas Association TIMP Committee. American Gas Association Field Operations Committee, ISO TC 251, CSA Z662, ASTM F17, Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI), Canadian Standards Association (CSA B137), Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE)

Andrew Sanderson
Chief Financial Officer


Andrew Sanderson is CFO of JANA. Mr. Sanderson received his undergraduate degree from York University. He obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1980 and became a partner of Morley, Sanderson, Millard & Foster PC in 1982.  Retired from MSM+F, Mr. Sanderson has extensive experience in financial planning and management of owner managed businesses. He served four years on the Practice Inspection Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accounts of Ontario. Mr. Sanderson has been actively involved in the Dekpor School Development Organization (DSDO) since 2010, where he is responsible for DSDO being registered as a charity, keeps the financial records and is responsible for the operations in Canada.

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Mechanistic Probabilistic Modeling

You can call it MP Modeling. We call it the better approach to modeling risk for your pipeline integrity.

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Gas Transmission

  • Intelligent and scalable risk management
  • Exceed regulations with best-in-class compliance
  • Prioritize tasks in your asset management
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Gas Distribution

  • Ensure continuity of service through prevention
  • Achieve optimal compliance more efficiently
  • Resolve issues and meet strategic goals
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