I ski in winter, mountain bike in the summer, and am a keen travel photographer of mostly landscapes and architecture.
I have worked on many different projects from civil projects to a complex baggage system, but one thing remains the same, it comes down to the assembled team and how they work together towards a common goal to achieve success.
My family has a passion for sports; playing, coaching, or watching a number of them. There is hardly an evening or weekend we aren’t at a rink or field.
I strive to add value at both the local and corporate levels by supporting my colleagues and bringing a people-focused perspective to the table. My approach includes always being willing to lend a hand.
I believe in supporting the economy and cultural scene right in my own community. This includes utilizing my local library, supporting farm-to-table restaurants, and enjoying the local entertainment scene!
The global climate is changing and putting water and ecosystems at risk. I employ a technical and stakeholder-driven approach to integrate climate change information in sustainable freshwater adaptation solutions.
It has been a pleasure to go to school and work in several countries. Thus, I have a strong international perspective on understanding societal integration. I enjoy playing soccer and try to find a soccer team everywhere I go!
I love working with new technologies and how it leads to great new workflows. I love seeing the drawings we create come to life and helping to deliver a better product and create better solutions.
I love trying to get outside whether it be for a quick walk or a longer hike. I enjoy watching or trying different sports and playing soccer or slow-pitch with family and friends. It is just a easy way to enjoy the outdoors.
I enjoy all things hydrogeological from developing water supplies to dealing with contaminated mine water, but particularly groundwater and surface water interactions, their impacts, and how they can be minimised or mitigated.
If I’m not exploring the mountains with my wife and dog, skiing or biking, you’ll find me enjoying a good meal and trying to keep up to date with all the rugby news from back in the UK.
I manage groundwater supply, quality, and remediation projects, as well as contaminated sites, and environmental management. I'm experienced in mining, oil sands, water quality, and ground- water and geochemical modelling.
When not on the trails with my black lab named Tim, you’ll find me spending time with family and friends over a new culinary concoction or playing a tune on the guitar. I love learning new things, travelling, art, and photography.
I'm curious about interactions in the environment and how humans impact nature. I strive to learn something new about our changing planet and find ways to implement that knowledge, creating unexpected connections.
From an early age, I have been fascinated by the natural world. As a Fisheries Biologist, I help protect biological diversity by facilitating the design and execution of environmentally sustainable projects.
An explorer at heart, I enjoy travelling the world with my wife and capturing the beauty of our planet through photography. As a new dad, I look forward to sharing these interests with my son.
I'm satisfied knowing that our team has put out the best possible product on each project. Energy management is engineering's future and I'm excited to be a part of it.
My personal life revolves around having fun with my family. We love to go on trips. especially our annual trek to Manitoba to visit my family cottage and lounge on the dock.
I enjoy the variety of projects, providing sustainable solutions and thinking of the “big picture” to deliver what our clients expect. Water and Energy are so important to all of us and it is very rewarding to help improve the communities in which we live.
I enjoy spending time with family, especially watching movies with the kids. It’s a great way to learn their attitudes, likes, dislikes, level of learning, and a whole lot more.
With 40 years in planning and development, I fully understand the municipal approval process and have a balanced perspective of the needs of private developers and municipal clients.
I have a keen interest in history and politics. I love the outdoors and am an avid fisherman. I'm also a member of the Wabamun Sailing Club and Edmonton’s Downtown Rotary Club.
I am an urbanist and city-builder committed to designing and delivering plans aiming to create complete communities with a respect for diversity in values, cultures, and distinct places.
As a soccer player by heart, Urban Planner and Designer by trade, I am a passionate flaneur advocating to enable better cities, suburbs and regions through urban design and sustainability principles.
I am passionate about bringing cutting edge climate science to decision making. I think this is critical work that will allow communities to better understand their role in mitigating and adapting to future climate conditions.
I am really thankful to be in the North Okanagan region of BC with my family – skiing, mountain biking, running, climbing, and paddle boarding!
I am excited to design projects that can positively impact everyday life. I also enjoy collaborating with engineers across different areas of expertise and continually develop new skills and techniques.
I enjoy sailing on the open ocean and biking around the city. Otherwise, you will find me in the mountains; exploring new hiking trails or skiing the slopes.