Megan Rhind

P.Eng.
Associate

I strive to perform in that unique space where ingenuity and practicality converge. Bridge projects extend beyond the fundamental engineering principles that found them; they require efficient and effective collaboration between governments, design teams, environmentalists, and the public. Public consultation allows everyone to participate in the development of their own community, the role each member plays in shaping a project and defining its place in the world is immeasurable. It's through this productive collaboration with stakeholders and by keeping abreast of market developments that we, as an organization, will succeed and excel.

I strive to perform in that unique space where ingenuity and practicality converge. Bridge projects extend beyond the fundamental engineering principles that found them; they require efficient and effective collaboration between governments, design teams, environmentalists, and the public. Public consultation allows everyone to participate in the development of their own community, the role each member plays in shaping a project and defining its place in the world is immeasurable. It's through this productive collaboration with stakeholders and by keeping abreast of market developments that we, as an organization, will succeed and excel.

Areas of Focus
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Construction Engineering
  • Transit-related Projects

Megan is an Associate at Entuitive with nine years of experience in structural engineering. She received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University in 2010.

Her experience includes management of small and large-scale projects, proposal, contract, and tender preparation, as well as the development and implementation of quality assurance policies. In her previous role, she was responsible for the design and evaluation of pedestrian bridges, highway bridges, and existing structures for uses beyond original intent.

Some of Megan’s most notable projects include Gardiner Expressway East Rehabilitation, Highway 7/8 Pedestrian Bridge, And Highway 400-401 Interchange.