Since 2016 Bryce has gained 4 years of experience with applying heat and mass transfer analysis to pipeline pre-heating and construction heating for various oil and gas projects. He spent the last year and half in project management as a project manager, a heating consultant to the client and the contractor, a technical advisor for project bids and a coordinator for fleet and equipment maintenance. He is eagerly seeking new and bigger design challenges to tackle in the mechanical engineering industry.
Bryce brings with him an enthusiastic approach to learning, a strong work ethic and a passion for a greener, more sustainable world through focusing on optimizing energy and material use. He has applied for his P. Eng. license in Alberta with APEGA and plans to obtain his license with EGBC in the future.