WATT’s Transportation Division Continues to Attract Top Talent

Experienced industry professional and motivated new graduate join WATT's Transportation consulting team as firm remains focused on providing communities with tailor-made solutions that are highly implementable.

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WATT’s Transportation Division Continues to Attract Top Talent

Experienced industry professional and motivated new graduate join WATT's Transportation consulting team as firm remains focused on providing communities with tailor-made solutions that are highly implementable.

Andy Kading, P.Eng., P.E.
Transportation Engineer

Andy Kading recently joined WATT’s Transportation Division as Transportation Engineer and is based out of our Victoria office. Andy comes to WATT via a career in Oregon as the Traffic Operations Engineer for the City of Eugene. Andy’s experience in stakeholder engagement, active transportation (including European bicycle infrastructure), project management, traffic signals, and traffic modeling makes him a great addition to the WATT team as we maintain our top position as Transportation Planning consultants in Western Canada.

 

 

 

Jimin Park
Transportation Planner

Jimin Park is a Transportation Planner joining WATT’s Transportation team in Vancouver. Jimin is set to graduate from the University of British Columbia this Fall with a Master of Community and Regional Planning degree. Throughout her program, she focused on barriers to e-bike adoption, curbside management, and long-range greenways planning. As a Sustainability Scholar, she has worked with the City of Vancouver to conduct an inventory of on- and off-street loading assets as well as with Atira Women’s Resource Society to conduct a feasibility study on converting parking garages into affordable housing. Jimin’s focus areas in sustainable urban development will further build WATT’s reputation for enhancing quality of life through the design and implementation of diversified mobility choices.