Michael Pearce


Michael Pearce, M.Sc.Eng., P.Eng.

Senior Project Manager, Infrastructure & Environmental Engineering


Key Highlights:

  • More than 29 years of professional engineering experience in all facets of municipal and industrial engineering, including feasibility and treatability studies, class environmental assessments, preliminary and detailed design, contract administration, and operations support
  • Extensive multidisciplinary design knowledge and experience on a wide variety of local and international field assignments, successfully implementing projects from inception through design, tendering, construction, commissioning, start-up, operator training, and process troubleshooting
  • Diverse and in-depth knowledge and experience has granted him the opportunity to participate on a number of technical initiatives, including assisting in the development of the updated 2008 Ontario Ministry of the Environment Design Guidelines for Sewage Works
  • Excellent interpretive skills, and the ability to make sound technical judgments result in conveyance, pumping, and treatment systems designs that are efficient, constructible, and compliant with operational requirements

Select Project Experience:

  • Ottawa-Trussler Area Sewage Facility – class environmental assessment and preliminary design, Kitchener, Ontario
  • Queensville-Holland Landing-Sharon Sewage Pumping Stations in East Gwillimbury, York Region, Ontario
  • Mount Albert Well No. 3, Region of York, Ontario
  • Design of cogeneration power plant water / waste systems, Calstock, Ontario
  • Chippewas of Rama First Nations – water and wastewater treatment facilities, Rama, Ontario
  • Scott Street Pumping Station, Toronto, Ontario
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