What do you appreciate the most about your work at WSP?
Multidisciplinary work resonates very well with me. It helps us understand the constraints and challenges of each discipline, in addition to having an in-depth understanding of client needs.
I must admit that I enjoy being a mentor to junior engineers starting out in the profession, it’s a privilege to contribute to their success and to build a team.
What does the Future Ready program mean to you?
It is a great opportunity to see the challenges our clients are facing, and the community or environmental issues under a sustainable development lens.
For me, it's to some extent an insurance policy that guarantees that our designs take future trends into account.
Why do you see your future at WSP?
Growing in a culture driven by people and sustainable development is invaluable to me.
Every day, I discover incredible people and experts on a large team — not to mention the projects that are both tangible and futuristic. It’s very exciting!
Describe a project that you were proud to work on.
I worked on a project aimed at installing an LNG regasification plant for power generation in a Nordic region. I am proud of this project that required an enormous level of coordination across different engineering sectors. It’s exciting to know that this project will enable remote communities to support their energy needs.
Which of our five main guiding principles best represents or best defines your work at WSP?
- We value our people and our reputation.
- We are locally dedicated with international scale.
- We are future-focused and challenge the status quo.
- We foster collaboration in everything we do.
- We have an empowering culture and hold ourselves accountable.
I’m convinced that by providing value to people, by taking care of our colleagues and taking care of our team, everything else falls into place! Clients can sense this positive energy, and I see this collaborative and trusting atmosphere with the projects that we take on.