Mike started his career in geotechnical engineering in 1970. Since that time he’s been involved in an extensive number of projects from the very large and complex to the more routine. Throughout his whole career, client service and quality of work are the two things he is best known for.
In his current role as vice president of the Canadian geotechnical practice, he is focused on quality, a uniformity of approach and an overall strategy to move the practice forward over the next ten years.
In addition to his profession he is active with the youth in his community and is dedicated to his wife, five children, their farm, his dog and his golf game.