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Employer on Campus: Mott MacDonald
November 30, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Mott MacDonald is a wholly independent, employee-owned, multidisciplinary
engineering and development consultancy servicing public and private sectors around
the world with over 16,000 staff working out of 180 principal offices and delivering
projects in 150 countries. Every day we build upon our reputation for technical
excellence by taking on some of the world’s most prominent and challenging projects,
particularly in areas such as highways and bridges, rail and transit systems, tunnels,
and pipeline services.
Wondering what you can do after graduation? Not sure what career and project opportunities are available for someone with a Geo / Civil Engineering degree? Come on by and enjoy a free lunch to learn more about the various career paths you can follow, as well as what large civil infrastructure projects are currently in progress across Canada (subways, water supply tunnels, and seismic upgrades) and what specific hiring opportunities there are at Mott MacDonald. Did I mention the talk includes a free lunch? Oh good.
We currently have openings for Graduate Tunnel Engineers – 2024.
Connor Langford is a GeoEngineering graduate and is now the Canadian Tunnels Team Lead at Mott MacDonald. He has nearly 15 years of experience in the design and construction of underground structures in Canada, the US, and overseas. He has acted as project director, project manager, risk manager and engineer for a number of civil infrastructure projects across the transportation, water supply, mining, and energy sectors. In addition to project work, Connor is a Director with the Tunnelling Association of Canada (TAC), a guest lecturer at Queen’s University and UBC, and an avid volunteer with Science World. When he’s not working, he loves to spend as much time outdoors as possible with his wife, daughter and not-so-small puppy.
Connor Langford, P.Eng., Ph.D.
Canada Tunnels Team Lead
Courtney Forth, EIT
Project Engineer – Tunnels
UBC Alumni (2015)