"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

- Martin Luther King, Jr.


Mechanical Engineer

James Cameron Canter, or simply Cameron to those who know him, seamlessly fuses creativity with precision in his role as a Mechanical Engineer at BG Buildingworks. With a foundational education from the Colorado School of Mines and an intrinsic motivation for solution-oriented engineering, Cameron effortlessly navigates through the diverse and complex challenges of mechanical systems design. His excitement for his role stems from a deep appreciation of the unseen marvels of engineering, embracing the idea that “great engineering goes unnoticed”. With a keen eye for detail, his adept coordination with varying disciplines ensures not just functionality, but also a harmonious integration of systems in every project.











…Cameron? On weekends, you might find him hiking the beautiful trails of Colorado, collecting vinyl records, 3D printing something intriguing, or perhaps be deeply immersed in a ‘Halo’ gaming session, admiring the selfless heroism of Master Chief. Also, should you ever wish to discuss football, Cameron is ever-ready to cheer on the 49ers with you!


It’s not uncommon to also find Cameron cruising on his skateboard, ideally across a park he’s designed. This isn’t just a pastime—it’s a representation of his love for solving problems. Each time he sets foot on his board, it becomes an extension of himself, a tool with which he crafts artistry on the pavement. From the gravity-defying ollies to the intricate flip tricks, every maneuver is a culmination of hours of dedication and practice.


Cameron vividly recalls an unforgettable Halloween night watching the legendary Wu-Tang Clan at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The combination of the haunting ambience of the holiday, the majestic natural setting, and the powerful performances by the hip-hop ensemble made it a surreal experience that is etched into his memory.