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Monique Beaudry appointed as National Discipline Lead, Transportation Planning

Kent Eklund (Senior Vice President, Transportation), Monique Beaudry, Shane Cook (BC Division Manager, Transportation)

Associated Engineering is very pleased to announce that Monique Beaudry, P.Eng., RPP, MCIP has accepted the position of National Discipline Lead, Transportation Planning. Monique will collaborate with staff and support clients across the company, providing expertise in transportation planning and traffic engineering. Based in our Vancouver office, she will contribute and offer strategic input on transportation and infrastructure projects, proposals, business development opportunities, and staff development. Monique will continue her role as a Senior Transportation Planning Engineer, Quality Reviewer, and Project Manager on current projects in BC and across Canada.

A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, Monique started her career with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Transportation (now the Ministry of Highways), then moving to the City of Regina, before joining Associated in 2006 in our Regina office, where she played an instrumental role in establishing our transportation planning practice. Moving to Vancouver in 2018, Monique has helped to expand our BC transportation planning and traffic engineering team, and has provided business development and technical support across the company.

Monique’s 35 years of experience includes transportation planning, transportation policy development, strategic planning, traffic safety, urban planning, project management, and public and stakeholder engagement and consultation. Her resume includes award-winning projects such as the $1.88 billion Regina Bypass and the Yorkton Cycling Network Plan.

Monique has been actively involved in the Transportation Association of Canada Transportation Planning and other related committees, ITE Canada, Planning Institute of British Columbia, and International Association of Public Participation. In addition, she is currently a Warden for Camp 5 for the Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer (Iron Ring Ceremony). Monique’s experience and involvement in industry and technical committees are an asset as we expand our transportation planning and traffic engineering capabilities across the company.

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