• Sid Kwakkel M.Sc., EIT

    Systems Manager, Information Systems Developer

    • I love working to remove the mundane, repetitive and finicky to create the powerful, scalable, and efficient. Systems allow me to enable my clients to do what they do best.
    • Sid Kwakkel
    • I enjoy all that nature has to offer and pushing my limits both physically and mentally.
  • Paul Hague RPF

    Operations Manager, Environmental

    • A forester by profession with over 20 years of experience, I find it a rewarding to bring together a diverse team of professional and technical staff to collectively provide solutions to a problem or meet a client need.
    • Paul Hague
    • Be it winter or summer, there is a high likelihood you will find me playing in the mountains with my family.
  • Melanie Piorecky

    Melanie Piorecky P.Ag.

    Senior Ecologist, Restoration and Reclamation Lead

    • We live in a finite world. The challenge is to have an ecologically functioning world- with us in it. To find a balance between development and nature, expertise in planning before and reclaiming after development are essential.
    • I love to dance, and have danced Bharatanatyam [classical Indian dance] for the last 15 years, in Vernon, Calgary, Vancouver and India.  I also love being a mom, riding horses, and hiking, canoeing, skiing or biking in the big, beautiful world. 
  • Nicole Penner P.Ag.

    Manager, Water and Climate Services

    • I enjoy helping clients find practical ways to protect the quality of drinking water and aquatic environments, and sustainable ways to manage water supplies.
    • Nicole Penner
    • Growing up next to a lake, I’ve always loved the water. Swimming, sports, and camping with my family, friends, and dogs are my passions. 
  • John van der Eerden2

    John van der Eerden M.Eng., P.Eng.

    Vice President, Water Resources

    • Promoting healthy and vibrant communities includes preserving green space and protecting ecological values by maintaining the natural hydrological cycle through low impact development and community-based BMPs.
    • I feel blessed to live in Canada where we have vibrant communities with quick access to the great outdoors. Exploring and discovering new places, whether in urban or remote locations, keeps me energized.
  • jason_lueke

    Jason Lueke Ph.D, P.Eng.

    National Practice Leader, Trenchless Technologies

    • My work endeavours to develop sustainable solutions for the installation and rehabilitation of buried infrastructure – while at the same time educating clients and mentoring my team.

    • My weekends are spent with my family camping and exploring the countryside – in the remaining spare time, I volunteer with Scouts Canada which keeps me busy with my sons.

  • Martin Jobke

    Martin Jobke P.Eng.

    President & CEO

    • My background is in transportation engineering, specifically bridge design and construction. I have an interest in alternative delivery, but I strive to advise our clients on the most appropriate mode of delivery to suit their projects.

    • I enjoy being outdoors, in particular, spending time with my family golfing, kayaking or water skiing at Christina Lake where we have a cottage.
  • Anna Comerton Ph.D, P.Eng.

    Manager, Water Planning & Studies

    • I enjoy finding ways to increase capacity and improve performance of a water treatment plant through process optimization and retrofitting or re-purposing of existing infrastructure.
    • Anna Comerton
    • I love to travel, be active and spend time with my young family.
  • Josh Thiessen P.Eng.

    Senior Water Resources Engineer

    • I enjoy being involved in all phases of project delivery, from preparing work plans, to developing concepts, to finalizing designs and administering contracts. I combine my technical expertise with practical knowledge to deliver solutions that work in the real world.
    • Josh Thiessen
    • My family is the most important thing in my life. I love spending time with my wife and children.
  • Cian McDermott

    Cian McDermott P.Eng.

    Civil Engineer

    • I enjoy working in different countries and observing different construction techniques. My international exposure provides me with a unique outlook on design and construction practices which I incorporate into my infrastructure and trenchless designs.
    • I love spending time with my family and friends playing sports, going out for dinner, attending sporting events, and travelling the world.
  • Freda Leong

    Freda Leong P.Eng.

    Manager, Indigenous Infrastructure

    • I started working with the First Nations in 2005. I do not think I would still be an engineer if I was not working with the First Nations. Our clients give me focus and drive.  I want there to be a positive legacy for our projects.
    • My family keep me grounded. Spending time with them brings me the greatest joy. You will find us on a hill (skiing/mountain biking), making our path through the woods, in a tent, swimming in a lake, or out exploring the Pacific Northwest (cities and parks).
  • Michael Paulsen M.Sc., P.Eng.

    Vice President, Transportation Structures

    • We have a great team full of expertise and enthusiasm in bridge design which has led us to completing some pretty amazing projects. While not every project is a landmark, achieving success and providing value for our clients is the priority and I enjoy getting to share this with them on every new project.  
    • Michael_Paulsen
    • My family’s trick to always enjoying things in Edmonton is to have activities for every season – spring home renovations, summer hiking and rock climbing, fall home brewing, and winter hockey. 
  • Arash Masbough

    Arash Masbough M.A.Sc., PMP, P.Eng.

    Manager, Mechanical, Power & Automation

    • I manage a group of very skilled individuals. I also manage a number of water and wastewater projects. I enjoy working with staff and our clients to assist them to explore new opportunities, potentials and solutions.
    • Living in this beautiful part of the world provides me and my family with plenty of opportunities to spend time outdoors. I am a Level II ski instructor and spend my weekends on the mountains during winter months. In summers, I like to bike, run, and sail.
  • Rebekka Lindskoog

    Rebekka Lindskoog R.P.Bio.

    Manager, Northern Environment & Senior Environmental Scientist

    • My work focuses helping clients understand their natural resource environments better.  Whether it’s through data collection, information gathering, or data interpretation, it’s all about understanding what the issues are and how we can work together. 
    • My life passion is to provide for a better community to live in.  I spend my summer weekends “off-the-grid” at our family cabin on Okanagan Lake.  I spend my winters at the ice rink watching my husband and son play hockey.  
  • Marta Green

    Marta Green B.Sc., P.Geo.

    Groundwater Supply & Protection Specialist, and Senior Hydrogeologist

    • I love being in-the-know of upcoming technologies. For example, enhanced genetic technology can help us to better determine what pathogens are in our drinking water. We can then help water suppliers make informed decisions.
    • Volunteering with the Okanagan Water Stewardship Council, BC Groundwater Association, BC Water and Waste Association, and working with a wide range of clients allows me to be part of the positive change to water related regulations happening around me.
  •  John van der Eerden

    John van der Eerden M.Eng., P.Eng.

    Vice President, Water Resources

    • Water is vital to sustaining life. However, society is often faced with too much, too little, and/or degraded water quality. I enjoy working with a variety of stakeholders and specialists to develop innovative and sustainable approaches to protecting this precious resource.
    • I feel blessed to live in Canada where we have vibrant communities with quick access to the great outdoors. Exploring and discovering new places, whether in urban or remote locations, keeps me energized.
  • Corinna Hoodicoff M.Sc., R.P.Bio.

    Division Manager, Environmental, BC/North

    • My team evaluates environmental and social effects of development to help make informed decisions. My experience is grounded in ecology and conservation biology.

    • Corinna Hoodicoff
    • We have it all in the Okanagan: local food, good wine, mountains to ski, and beautiful lakes for a stunning landscape!
  • Helen Chan P.Eng.

    Manager, Strategic Advisory Services - BC

    • I enjoy working alongside the full spectrum of team members, from senior management to operations staff, of an organization. It's exhilarating to find and implement solutions that improve an aspect of the organization’s operation and/or delivery of services and projects. 
    • Helen Chan
    • I love to travel, eat, and experience local cultures by exploring markets and trying the local cuisine.  I hope to get back to these travelling adventures with my kids when they start carrying their own weight in their backpacks.

  • Bob Hawboldt

    Bob Hawboldt Ph.D., P.Eng.

    National Practice Leader, Fluid Dynamics

    • It is extremely satisfying for me when engineering analysis and reality converge to find innovative solutions for our clients, especially when it involves increasing the performance of older infrastructure.
    • I like to spend time outside. In the summer, it is cycling, paddling and hiking, and a good winter involves a lot of Nordic skiing and alpine touring.
  • Owen James B.Sc., M.Sc., CEnv, CWEM

    National Practice Lead, Asset Management

    • Helping organizations use scarce resources to provide service more effectively and efficiently through smarter decision-making. This helps us to create more sustainable societies.
    • Owen James
    • Supporting my two boys and guiding them to develop into young adults and enjoy the wonders of life.