High quality solutions and timely project execution have always been hallmarks of Chris’s work. Currently focusing on the energy transition (renewable fuels and carbon sequestration), Chris works on client and business development, project management, quality management, and continuous improvement process implementation. In his more than three decades of experience, Chris has completed multidisciplinary engineering, design, and construction projects across a diverse set of sectors including industrial, food and beverage, oil and gas, mining, and waste management.
For recent projects, Chris has contributed project and program management to a 7,000 metric tons per day greenfield canola processing facility, an isobutanol processing project (for use in renewable jet fuel production), and a pyrolysis conversion project (for wood waste to biochar).
A mentor to Stantec engineers and project managers, Chris is always looking for ways to help teams streamline work practices and find innovative solutions to project execution challenges. He’s a registered professional engineer in Minnesota and North Dakota as well as an honorably discharged veteran of the United States Army.