Eric has 33 years of experience in the evaluation, design, and construction of rigid and flexible pavement projects. He is responsible for the management of all pavement and materials-related engineering services throughout North America and the Caribbean.
As part of our Airport team, Eric has completed over 150 projects that have involved the design and construction of pavements. He is aptly familiar with the investigative design approaches developed by Transport Canada, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the Civil Aviation Authority—he’s applied that expertise to several projects.
Eric has been active in the Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia mentorship program, the Transportation Association of Canada, and the Canadian Technical Asphalt Association. In 2002, he participated in an Airport Pavement Workshop in Chicago, Illinois that addressed industry issues concerning design.
He may work out of New Brunswick, but Eric has lectured on pavement management principles at Dalhousie University in Halifax.