What do you appreciate the most about your work at WSP?
I like the range of projects that I work on, as well as the variety in the scope of their mandates. It’s very stimulating to participate in coordinating multidisciplinary projects and seeing them come to life.
Why do you see your future at WSP?
Since being hired, I’ve been offered wonderful professional development opportunities. I continue to be involved in new project streams which allow me to develop my expertise and move forward on my career path.
Describe a project that you were proud to work on.
An installation project for a new ethanol discharge ramp received very positive feedback from our client. All the coordination work between the different technical disciplines and the attention to detail enabled us to deliver a project that unfolded without a hitch.
Have you participated in international projects? If yes, which ones?
Collaboration between different offices in the mining sector allowed me to work on the expansion of a gold processing plant in Burkina Faso.
Why are you eager to work on projects with one of the most important players in the aluminum industry in Québec?
I am eager to work on a range of projects in the coming years, whether in maintenance or capital projects. By working with the same client often, we become more effective because we get to know them and are able to focus better on their needs in order to find the best solutions.