Mike is a visionary leader in KWL’s Utility Management Sector. Since joining the company in 2003 after graduating from UBC Civil Engineering, Mike has focused his career on planning municipal utilities and energy infrastructure.

His expertise spans various projects, including strategic planning, master infrastructure plans, feasibility studies, detailed designs, and construction management.

Mike’s approach to infrastructure planning is grounded in his commitment to linking project outcomes to strategic objectives.

He is known for his deep understanding of data, leading-edge analytical technologies such as GIS and computational models, and his ability to manage infrastructure over the entire lifecycle.

Mike has become a trusted advisor to clients seeking innovative solutions to infrastructure challenges.

Mike’s technical focus is the development of asset management programs and long-range infrastructure plans for water, wastewater, district energy, and other municipal infrastructure.  His commitment to staying ahead of the curve and anticipating future trends has made him a sought-after thought leader.

Under Mike’s guidance, KWL’s Utility Management Sector has become a nexus between engineering, planning and technology and a desirable place to build a career in municipal utilities and energy infrastructure.

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  • B.A.Sc., Civil Engineering (Environmental), UBC, 2003

Awards & Recognition:

  • 2012 Young Professional Award – Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – BC
  • 2013 AD Williams Scholarship – Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Canada
  • 2016 Young Professional Award –Engineers and Geoscientists BC (EGBC)
  • Consulting Engineers of BC – 2008 Award of Merit – “Rapid Hydropower Assessment Model”
  • Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-BC – 2014 Award of Excellence – “Heat-Seeking Sewer Model”