Shaun is the Facilities Design Sector Leader at Kerr Wood Leidal with twenty years of experience providing top-notch engineering and project management services to public and private clients.  Since 2003, Shaun has successfully completed a wide range of infrastructure design and construction projects of various sizes throughout Western Canada.

Shaun has been at KWL since 2018, focusing on supporting staff in the Facilities Sector and the successful delivery of pump stations and other multi-disciplinary projects.  Shaun’s infrastructure planning and design expertise includes all aspects of water, storm, and sanitary systems from source to discharge.  He has overseen the design and construction of potable water and fire protection systems, sanitary systems, forcemains, lift stations, storm sewer outfalls, trunk watermain extensions and relocations.  He has also completed maintenance work for various municipal facilities, including large regional pump stations, temporary bypass projects, combined sewer separations and other works.  Shaun recently led and managed the design team that completed the ACECBC award-winning Macaulay Point Pump Station and Forcemain Project for the Capital Regional District.

Before joining KWL, Shaun worked on major road and highway projects, leading teams of consultants for utility designs associated with Design Build highway projects, including stakeholder coordination, reviewing utility designs and implementing utility relocations in a design-build environment.  He ensures that all projects he works on are delivered to the highest standards, with clear communication with clients from start to finish.

Shaun’s exceptional leadership and attention to detail have earned him a reputation as a trusted advisor to his clients.  He is committed to delivering top-quality infrastructure solutions that meet each client’s unique needs while addressing the community’s broader needs.

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  • Bachelor of Applied Science, Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2003