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Before I came to RDH, I was working on various aspects of sustainable design and construction in the green building industry in Calgary. After my partner and I moved to Victoria in 2011, I went back to school to work on a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. During my studies, I connected with RDH’s Vancouver Island office and began doing some work part-time at the firm. Two years later, I graduated from my program and joined RDH on a full-time basis.
One of the best parts of working at RDH has been opportunity to learn from so many people that I work with. From our morning “learning sessions” to being in the field with senior staff members, my colleagues are always sharing their knowledge with me. I love doing work in the field and being exposed to a range of different projects. Being at a smaller office, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside our Maintenance and Planning team, our Energy team, and recently, our 3R (Repair, Renewal, and Rehabilitation) team.
At RDH, I can see the positive impact that my work has on buildings and the people that inhabit them. Thinking holistically about the built environment and how it affects our lives is a powerful motivator for me and has made working in building sciences a truly rewarding career.