EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Blaine Hunt is a Principal and Senior Project Manager at T2 Utility Engineers in Whitby. Blaine is a licensed professional engineer with over 20 years of experience in project management. His background includes utility and infrastructure projects, consulting engineering and industrial manufacturing. Blaine brings to the board his experience in the Utility Engineering industry and has co-authored articles on the subject of Subsurface Utility Engineering. Away from work Blaine enjoys coaching his son’s hockey team, watching his daughter’s figure skating and cycling with his wife. Blaine joined the inaugural board in 2018.
JUAN CAMILO BARRERA
Juan Camilo Barrera has been involved in various aspects of civil and municipal engineering for over 20 years. His skills and expertise include utility coordination, hydrology and hydraulic modelling, water supply systems, earthworks, subsurface utility engineering, municipal engineering and project management. He has been involved as Civil Engineering Lead and Utility Design Lead on a number of projects, having extensive project cycle experience, from front-end studies to full EPCM / EPC mandates as well as P3 Design Build Projects, including planning, design and construction phases in complex, time-sensitive environments.
Juan Camilo is actually an active member of the Public Utilities Management Subcommittee, which is part of the Maintenance and Construction Standing Committee of the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC), and has been recently appointed as co-chair for the Toronto GTA chapter of the Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute (UESI) which is part of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Juan Camilo joined the inaugural board in 2018.
Kate Cheng joined the inaugural board in 2018.
Lindsay Lashley is a Manager of Utilities at Metrolinx. Her experience is in utilities coordination, tunnelling design and geotechnical investigations as part of infrastructure development projects under design-bid-build and alternative finance and procurement delivery models. Lindsay joined the inaugural board in 2018.
Ophir Wainer is responsible for developing new business and leading the strategic direction for T2ue in major markets across Canada.
Ophir has over twenty (20) years of experience in Utilities and Subsurface Utility Engineering. He is a member of the CSCE, Chair of NASTT BC chapter, on the CATT Board and the Chair of the Education Committee involved in CERIU. He is a founding member of both UESI East and West Canadian Chapters. He is an experienced speaker on both Subsurface Utility Engineering and Damage Prevention, and has presented and moderated at various conferences and training seminars.