Infrastructure fascinates me - bringing people together and creating communities. Being able to learn from everyday interactions with built environments and apply that to my work is incredible.
I love the outdoors, woodworking, travel, and time with friends. I combined all three and built a cedar strip canoe with my friends after graduating university in 2020.
I’ve specialized in structural steel during my career and I’m interested in further developing my structural engineering expertise with other construction materials.
I enjoy long distance running and love the challenge of training for a half-marathon once a year and doing my best for a strong finish time.
As a new employee and recent university graduate, it excites me to think of all the new things I’ll learn. Currently, I have a great balance of office and field work, which is perfect for me.
Having a good work-life balance is very important to me. Outside of work, I enjoy watching sports, running, and going to the gym. I also love spending time with friends and family.
Growing up, I wanted to save the world, but my superpowers unfortunately never manifested, so I turned to environmental consulting instead. I enjoy navigating the (sometimes) tricky balance between development and conservation.
I enjoy working with our great team and provide project and group management support, write and review reports, coordinate proposals, and handle other office administrative tasks.
I love spending time outdoors with my family and our dog. I'm actively involved in my church and a traveling brass band. I enjoy running and trail riding and have a goal of running 21 half marathons in 2021 and am halfway there!
My passion is writing and communications. I strive to help improve many of our written materials and technical documents to ensure they represent the company with one clear voice and style.
I began my career working in the oil & gas industry in the early 2000's.
As an aquatic toxicologist, I help clients understand the implications of water and wastewater quality and potential impacts to aquatic organisms. I develop creative solutions to maintain regulatory compliance for project owners.
I enjoy all fibre arts, including knitting and crocheting. As a volunteer, I knit breastforms for women who have had mastectomies or developmental issues. I love to visit family and the mountains in Nelson, BC, where I grew up.
My passion and joy stems from the creative aspects of engineering and problem solving. From initial concept to the fine details, the art and science of our work is appealing. The more complex and challenging a problem, the better.
I enjoy pursuing many hobbies and activities. My wife and I love hiking, camping, cycling, skiing, and exploring. Of course, I am just as happy sitting on a beach, working on a new cocktail recipe, or both.
I love getting outdoors and away from it all. Whether it be hiking or mountain biking, I always love the opportunity to get out and enjoy the nature that British Columbia has to offer.
The science of water is my passion. I like sharing and applying this knowledge creatively to answer questions and help solve issues around surface water quality.
Being active outside, good food and company make me happy. I enjoy skiing, running, walking, biking and camping with the family, dog, and friends, and traveling to my native Europe.
I enjoy the challenge of incorporating quality best practices into project administration by establishing quality objectives, resources, and processes that enhance everyone's expectations throughout a project’s lifecycle.
I’m a busy handyman around the house, fixing and building things, whether it’s a new door, building a deck, or other home renovation job. I also enjoy walking and hiking the trails of North Vancouver, playing tennis, and skiing.
I'm passionate about delivering municipal infrastructure with a focus on urban renewal projects and specialize in trenchless rehabilitation methods.
I've always had a love for taking care of the environment and my work lets me do that. I've been involved in many meaningful infrastructure projects, as well as policy related initiatives.
My family is very active and together we train in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. We enjoy being outdoors camping, fishing, and biking. Recently, we've discovered a love for puzzles too!
I believe cooperation and communication are vital qualities for a group to achieve outstanding results. I also believe in a strong work ethic and ownership as a path to success!
Family, travelling, partying, friends, fitness, drinks and good food, experimenting, learning... throw it all in a blender and press ON! Balance is the key to a happy life!