The Adaptive Marine Solutions Head Office is located in the National Capital Region
To best meet the needs of clients, as well as leverage talent where ever it may be found in Canada, AMS team members are remotely distributed throughout Canada.
However, AMS maintains a significant presence in the East Coast, particularly St. John’s Newfoundland.
We believe in supporting community:
- internally, in the AMS team
- geographically, supporting local and national communities; and
- in industry, helping to ensure the Canadian Marine industry thrives
We are proud for our designers and engineers to be part of the professional community through their memberships, designations and relationships with trusted professional organizations.
We are proud to support the future talent of the Canadian Marine industry through our relationship and collaboration with the “Marine Institute” – the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland.
President & Naval Architect
Vice-President & Naval Architect
A Naval Architect of Over 20 years, Toby Butler is a veteran of the Marine Industry and is a natural problem solver. With a vast breadth of experience in both vessel design and construction, Toby provides a deep understanding of the intricacies of design that lead to a successful build program.
Toby brings a ‘get it done’ and solution-focused approach to his leadership of day to day operations, ensuring the AMS team is always focused on solving problems and progressing work to the expectations of clients.
The AMS Vision
Founded in 2018 by Bruce Cutler & Toby Butler, Adaptive Marine Solutions Inc. was built on a simple, shared vision; that many of the challenges of the Marine industry could be addressed by a company that was willing and able to deeply understand the needs of each project and truly transform itself in order to best meet those unique needs and goals.
AMS had its first chance to prove this vision as a small team supporting Alion Canada (SERCO Canada) in their effort to develop a 3D production model for the construction of the RCN Joint Support Ship (JSS) being built in Vancouver, Canada. As the project ramped up, so did AMS.
Today, the AMS team includes expertise across Canada in supporting all aspects of the 3D model, including Structure, Piping, Equipment, Electrical, and HVAC. AMS continues to grow and demonstrate to its clients and industry the value of the Adaptive, Solution-first approach to Client needs.