In person and online:
Date: February 9, 2023
Time: 4:30 PM – 5:50 PM PST
Location: CEME 1203 (6250 Applied Science Lane)
Speaker: Colleen O’Toole, P.Eng. – Project Manager
Colleen has worked with Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd. since 2008, after completing a degree in Environmental Engineering at the University of Guelph. She honors her family traditions through her Indigenous heritage and her vocation. Over the past 15 years she has become a trusted advisor to numerous municipal and Indigenous clients.
A people oriented, problem solver, Colleen understands that communities are so much more than the civil utilities and infrastructure that serve them. She loves to bring together multi-disciplinary teams to support community engagement and development of plans and designs guided by local knowledge holders that reflect the culture, traditions, and values of the specific communities she serves. Colleen specializes in asset management, sewer condition assessment and rehabilitation projects and is known for her proactive, problem-solving, relational, and communicative approach to managing projects.
Colleen has extensive workshop facilitation experience with Indigenous communities specifically focused on adult education and capacity building. She is a registered Professional Engineer, Master Municipal Construction Documents (MMCD) Certified Contract Administrator, and holds an International Association of Public Participation BC (IAP2) Planning certificate.