Clare is a civil engineer at McElhanney with experience in both public and private sector in UK, Germany and Canada. Her area of expertise is flood risk management (including risk assessment and mitigation schemes), water resources and drainage. She is an experienced project manager of multi-discipline teams and co-ordinating planning and design work. Clare is the past chair of the Women at McElhanney (WAM) committee.
Nicole is a professional engineer currently leading the development of Metro Vancouver’s Climate 2050 Energy Roadmap. The Energy Roadmap will outline key strategies and actions that will advance region’s transition to 100% clean, renewable energy by 2050. She also is leading the update of Metro Vancouver’s internal carbon price policy as well as supporting corporate clean energy projects. Prior to her role at Metro Vancouver, she worked for the City of Vancouver in its Neighbourhood Energy Utility Branch. She managed key projects, including the utility’s low carbon expansion of their sewage heat recovery plant and expansion of the heat distribution system. Outside of her regular day job, she is a Director on the Board of Modo Co-op and is a member of the Executive for the Environmental Professionals Division at Engineers and Geoscientists BC. She has a Master’s of Mechanical Engineering (Environmental Stream) and a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering (Biomedical).
Marina holds a chemical and process engineering degree and has experience working on a range of sustainable and energy related projects. As a Project Manager at an Irish Utility Company, Marina worked on business case development for sustainable projects with the goal of future proofing the business. Through this work Marina came to realize she had a specific interest in what it meant to be “sustainable” in the built environment and decided to pursue this as a career path. Working as an Energy Coordinator in Vancouver’s Real Estate sector, Marina worked on residential, commercial, and hospitality projects throughout the building lifecycle—from design through to construction and operations. Marina now works in Sustainability Consulting in the Building sector. Marina’s work is mainly focused on energy modelling and building performance analysis for various building types, as well as LEED certification projects. She works with integrated design teams to identify appropriate design strategies geared towards improving energy performance, indoor air quality, and thermal comfort throughout building project duration.
Anu comes from a construction management background. With a passion for the environment, she switched careers early on to building sustainability and environmental sciences. A LEED AP BD+C, her experience as a Sustainability Coordinator enabled her to gain a strong knowledge of different building systems and their interdependencies. With a project portfolio ranging across building sectors, she has developed a strong reputation for executing project management and design duties to achieve stringent sustainability goals and targets both in design and on-site.
At Edge, Anu continues the good work with a couple of LEED projects focusing on Healthcare and provides energy consulting services for new construction and existing building retrofits. Her specialty in energy modeling includes code compliance such as California BEES Title 24, Vancouver Building Bylaw Section 10, BC Energy Step Code & ASHRAE 90.1-2016.
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