Eric Morris is a professional engineer who manages Kerr Wood Leidal’s (KWL) Victoria Branch.  With 23 years of consulting experience, he has been a critical part of KWL since 2004, contributing his energy, extensive expertise and problem-solving skills to various hydrotechnical engineering projects.

Eric has a wide engineering background, including the planning, design and construction of infrastructure in coastal, ocean, civil and municipal engineering.  Eric has been involved in developing software to calculate loads in floating structures and efficiently calculate wave run-up elevations over large stretches of shoreline.  He has also had his “boots on the ground,” leading teams to design and construct complex infrastructure such as coastal erosion protection, pipelines and water and sewer pumping stations.  This varied experience has allowed Eric to effectively manage large teams and complex projects, from planning to construction.

Eric’s technical understanding and dedication to delivering top-notch solutions for clients reflects KWL’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the engineering field.  His leadership at the Victoria Branch continues to drive KWL’s growth and reputation in the industry.


  • M.A.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 1999
  • B.A.Sc., Civil Engineering (with Distinction), University of British Columbia, 1997

Awards & Recognition:

  • Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Post-graduate Scholarship, 1997
  • Frederick w. Coffin Scholarship, 1997