P.Eng., LEED AP
Dad, Homebrewer, Guitarist, Disc Golfer, and Sci-Fi Nerd
Mike's interest in buildings and construction dates back to Christmas 1985 when his uncle gifted him the King's Castle Lego set (#6080). This interest was further reinforced by tagging along to his Dad's office and construction sites as a kid.
Mike has over 18-years of mechanical engineering experience working on a wide range of project types from building retrofits to new construction in healthcare, post-secondary education, institutional, commercial, and recreation sectors.
Throughout his time in the industry, Mike has gained a reputation as a creative and collaborative problem solver. He is adept at not only working in the details but keeps the big picture in focus while developing solutions for his clients.
Mike holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lakehead University and a Diploma of Technology in Mechanical Systems from BCIT. He is also a voting member of ASHRAE Standing Guideline Project Committee 36 for the development and standardization of high-performance control sequences.
In his free time, Mike enjoys spending time with his family, slinging discs at local disc golf courses, perfecting the perfect pilsner recipe, or watching the latest sci-fi movie.