Anureet has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Sustainability Management from University of Toronto and has also obtained a GHG Validation and Verification ISO14064-3 Certification from University of Toronto.
Anureet is the Business Operations Analyst at IESC. At IESC, she creates quarterly reports for core stakeholders in order to provide valuable insights into the company’s financial metrics and other Key Performance Indicators. In addition, she also conducts marketing outreach activities, in-depth policy analysis and performs internal peer reviews for GHG Verification Projects and Programs.
Calvin has a Bachelor of Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering from Carleton University (2013) and an AUTOCAD certificate from the Metro College of Technology (2015).
Calvin is an engineering assistant at IESC. His professional career at IESC over the last 3 years has been spent in technical capacity for various engineering design projects. His main roles have included carrying out design and technical work, creating and updating engineering drawins, preparing tender documents, supervising and reporting on work that is carried out at project sites.
Falon has considerable knowledge and experience regarding renewable energy technology and sustainability practices. She holds a Master’s degree in Sustainability (Environmental Consultancy and Project Management) from the University of Leeds -UK as well as a Bachelor of Environmental Science from University of the West Indies in addition to multiple professional designations.
Falon is the Project Manager at IESC and is involved in the implementation of various energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Her professional career spanning over the last 8 years has been spent in key technical roles in the building science, renewable energy and sustainability fields. The past 5 years have included specializing in renewable energy assessments and system design, building science, energy efficiency, energy modelling, health and safety strategies and climate change policies. At IESC, Falon performs renewable energy analysis with the use of software such as RETScreen, Helioscope and PVSyst.
Kevin has a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Biology from the University of Toronto (2008) and a Master of Environment and Sustainability from the University of Western Ontario (2010).
Kevin is the Project Manager at IESC specializing in GHG Emissions Verification. With over 5 years of experience in GHG assessments, verifications and reporting under provincial frameworks across Canada (Ontario, Alberta, Quebec). Kevin has completed numerous GHG verifications to support clients across a broad range of sectors including manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, energy production, and institutions in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec.
Albert has a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (2017) and has completed the AutoCAD training series (2017) from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. He has experience in design using programs such as SolidWorks, Inventor, and AutoCAD to bring 2D sketches to 3D models and renderings.
Albert is a Mechanical Design Assistant at the IESC Calgary office. His role in projects involves design and technical work, completing site audits, preparing RFQ and tender documents, updating and drafting engineering drawings.
Steven holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechancial Engineering with a Specialisation in Energy and Environment from the University of Calgary and is currently working towards his designation as a Professional Engineer. He is currently registered as an Engineer in Training (EIT) with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGA). Steven’s past work experiences include performing lighting and energy audits and designs for new and existing construction.
At IESC, Steven has assisted with energy audits within several locations across Alberta by collecting and analyzing data. His work includes identifying measures to reduce maintenance costs, improve energy efficiency and develop more sustainable buildings.
Matthew recently graduated from Ryerson University with a Master of Building Science degree. He has also completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from McGill University. His educational background is in both engineering and building science bring a key set of technical and practical skills to his role. Matthew looks forward to building a career that will contribute to a more sustainable built environment, by creating high performing, efficient and comfortable buildings in both new and existing construction.
At IESC, Matthew has assisted with several energy audits in locations across Ontario. Matthew is currently working towards his designation as a Professional Engineer and is registered as an Engineer in Training (EIT) with Professional Engineers of Ontario.
Livio has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University (2003) and a Master of Engineering with a collaborative in Environmental Studies (School of Environment) from the University of Toronto (2013).
Livio is the CEO and Engineering Manager of Internat Energy Solutions Canada for its offices in Toronto and Calgary. Over the past seven years, Livio has acted as the lead verifier at IESC as they achieved their ANSI accredited in GHG verification allowing them to work in the regulated carbon industry of North America. Livio is also very active in IESC’s marquee engineering projects and has built a strong organization that has gained experience over the last decade in building sciences and renewable energy development. He has worked with diverse stakeholders in private sector, government organizations as well as non for profit entities. He is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in the province of Ontario and in the province of Alberta and is also certified as an Energy Manager.
Kirsty holds a Masters in Advanced Mechanical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland (2015). Her main background is in Mechanical Design Engineering as she holds a Licence Professionnelle in Mechanical Design from Lyon, France (2013) in addition to her Bachelors with Honours in Product Design Engineering from the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley (2014). Due to her educational background, Kirsty has had the opportunity to work on a variety of different energy projects which means she has been involved in both technical analysis and pure CAD design of products that have been manufactured internationally.
At IESC, Kirsty is currently working on several mechanical and electrical retrofit projects which includes the creation of all engineering drawings, developing tender documents, communicating with clients and contractors as well as managing all work carried out on site. Kirsty has extensive knowledge of advance 2D and 3D modeling techniques using a variety of different CAD programs such as SolidWorks, CATIA, ProEngineer, NX, Microstaion and AutoCAD previously in her professional career. In addition, during her time at FMC Technologies she designed and tested tools currently used in installation procedures using ANSYS by performing Finite Element Analysis to verify designs.
Elmira has an undergraduate degree in Energy Systems Engineering. She focused in the field of optimal energy management of micro-grids in remote areas in Northern Ontario. Her master’s thesis research focused on the impact of building form and material on microclimate elements in three climate zones (cool, hot dry, and hot humid).
Elmira is a Building Scientist and Energy Modeler at IESC. She has experience developing and validating energy efficiency and sustainability concepts using dynamic thermal modelling, daylight simulations, climate analysis, outdoor comfort studies, passive strategies, research, and building physics principles. With her multi-disciplinary background and passion for user-centred and low-impact environments, Elmira has worked on a range of climate-responsive design projects including university, laboratory, office, conservatory, renovation, architectural installation, and master planning in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, using various climates and local codes.
Jelena is a Ryerson University Master of Building Science candidate and has earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Honours Co-operative Planning, with an Urban Design Specialization, from the University of Waterloo. She is a Passive House Institute of the United States [PHIUS] Certified Passive House Consultant [CPHC]. Her master’s research focused on evaluating the City of Toronto’s Avenues and Mid-Rise Buildings Study, to determine the impact Performance Standards have on solar energy generation potential and to quantify the energy generation potential using solar photovoltaic technology along Eglinton Avenue West, at Bathurst Street.