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The Art of Interdisciplinary Coordination and Collaboration

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Join us on Tuesday, February 9 for presentations and networking sessions with interdisciplinary professionals, hosted by ACEC-BC and SEABC.

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The importance of interdisciplinary coordination and collaboration is key to running engineering projects smoothly and meeting your client’s expectations. This soft skill event demonstrates the need for interdisciplinary coordination and collaboration through our presenter’s experience in the building industry. The discussion is not aimed at technical knowhow but rather the key principals for all engineering disciplines to grasp the “big picture” of interdisciplinary projects. We hope to set the scene, and provide some helpful tips, for young professionals to further develop into well-rounded engineers.

Join us for three interesting presentations and a chance to network within the vast interdisciplinary engineering industry.

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  • ACEC-BC Member: $10
  • Non-member: $25

Format: Zoom

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Speakers:

Meagan Harvey, P.Eng, Structural Engineer, Owner at Mercury Consulting Inc

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Meagan Harvey P.Eng. has more than 11 years of Structural Design experience and construction techniques. She is local to Kelowna, BC and values community involvement. She has experience in residential construction including complete renovations, new construction, luxury homes, and minor renovations. Her commercial experience also includes new construction of commercial buildings, minor and major renovations, tenant improvements, and repairs to existing structures. Meagan also branches out into design of small bridges and utility structures.

Graham Lovely, P.Eng, Electrical Engineer, Partner at MCW Group of Companies and the Manager of the Airport Projects Group (APG)

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Graham is a Professional Electrical Engineer in BC. His technical role encompasses design of Electrical building systems while his management role involves driving continuous improvement in the business, and developing team members through hands-on training and mentoring. As a testament to his exceptional efforts, Graham was honored in 2018 with two Young Professional Awards in consulting engineering through ACEC (national) and ACEC-BC (provincial).

Scott Ghomeshi, P.Eng, Mechanical Engineer, Associate at Integral Group

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As an Associate with robust project and stakeholder management experience, Scott has successfully delivered across various archetypes including Institutional, Aviation, Civic, and Emergency Services. Scott’s passion and enthusiasm for sustainable built environments is evident as he strives to incorporate resilient and regenerative design strategies in all of his projects. With emphasis on integrated design, he is able to collaborate effectively with project teams to explore and develop sustainable design solutions that meet and exceed the client’s triple bottom line. As a Certified Passive House Designer with experience across multiple project types, Scott is one of the part-time instructors at the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s Passive House Tradesperson course where he endeavors to pass down practical knowledge on how to apply Passive House principles.

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