Neil is a Senior Project Manager with 14 years of experience in the fields of land development and municipal engineering. He has a Civil Engineering Degree from the University of Saskatchewan, where his career began. He worked with municipalities throughout Saskatchewan completing site surveying and layout, site inspections, contract administration, public tenders and preliminary design work on a variety of projects, including sewage lagoons, water treatment plants, residential subdivisions, raw water supply lines, raw water inlets, and sewage pumping stations.
In 2011 he relocated to Edmonton. where he works directly with municipalities in the Capital Region and throughout rural Alberta to successfully deliver a wide variety of projects. He works closely with his municipal and private sector clients meeting their specific needs. Neil’s responsibilities often include municipal engineering services for villages and towns for capital works planning and existing infrastructure assessment. His clients rely on his expertise, knowledge and cost estimates for long term planning and budgeting. Neil’s experiences have developed a broad range of skills to assist with the successful delivery of projects, ensuring best practices are adopted when suitable, and meeting the budget and technical specifications of each project.
Neil is currently a member of APEGA, as a Professional Engineer. He currently volunteers with APEGA as a Mentor through the Mentoring Program, and as an Experience Examiner for the Board of Examiners.