Scott joined RJC in 2007 after graduating from the University of Alberta, and obtained his Professional Engineer designation with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) in 2011. Scott has also successfully completed his Principles of Construction Documentation course through the CSC, and was one of Edmonton’s first LEED Accredited Professionals.
Scott is an Associate with Edmonton’s Building Science & Restoration Team and is involved in structural restoration, evaluation of existing structures, structural design of existing buildings, renovations and upgrades and field review. He has also been involved with a number of demolition projects and has been recognized for his work on several challenging and non-traditional projects, most notably including his work on the ‘Suicide Prevention Barriers’ for Oxford Properties (a finalist at this year’s Barrie Sarjeant Award Competition).
A skilled leader and communicator, Scott provides mentoring and support to a number of the EITs in his group. Colleagues and clients consider Scott to be very approachable, amenable and a pleasure to work with. He consistently demonstrates a high degree of competency in project management and relationship building and has proven himself to be focused, driven and ready to go the extra mile to meet the needs of the project and his clients.
Scott’s energy and engaging personality has been instrumental in creating an enjoyable and engaging work environment in the Edmonton office through his participation in a number of corporate activities and initiatives which foster inclusivity, camaraderie and community involvement.