Frank joined Ausenco (formerly Hemmera in Canada) in 1989 as an electrical engineer to support the infrastructure team. Throughout his extensive career, he has developed strong relationship with project teams of architects, engineers, contractors, and suppliers to deliver safe and innovative solutions that help clients maximise their project value, through understanding their internal operational requirements first hand. His experience includes provided valuable input into the design of intelligent power upgrades at 20 transit stations and for light pipe systems to reduce maintenance requirements and costs. Frank has successfully delivered projects for clients such as Translink, Metro Vancouver, BC Hydro, City of Vancouver, and the University of British Columbia, among others.
Frank has been awarded with the Vision Award by IES (Illumination Engineering Society) and has presented for the EPIC (Educational Program Innovation Centre) on building assessments electrical systems in British Columbia.
Frank holds a B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada. During his professional career he has been an active member of various engineering associations such as the Engineers and Geoscientists BC, Publicity Committee, Illumination Society - Vancouver Branch, and the Engineers Association of Canada.