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Boardroom Series with Rob Elder from Manitoba Hydro

  • Manitoba Hydro Place 360 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, MB, R3C 0H3 Canada (map)

Join us on April 10 for a Boardroom Series session with Rob Elder, Division Manager, Bipole III Project Division, Manitoba Hydro. Rob will share his experiences and challenges working in maintenance engineering over the past 25 years. His story and insight should prove valuable to young construction professionals beginning to navigate their careers.

Date: Monday, April 10
Time: 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Manitoba Hydro Place, 360 Portage Avenue. 
Cost: $20 for members, $45 for non-members. Lunch is included with price.

 

 Rob graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering,   from the   University of Manitoba in 1993. He has worked for Manitoba Hydro in various capacities since 1993 primarily focused on maintenance engineering; construction management; and project management of thermal, hydraulic and HVdc transmission facilities.  Rob started his utility career as a Contract Administer in the Construction Services Department and rose to the position as a Division Manager on the Bipole III Project. He has been actively involved in the project since 2009 starting first as Manager of the Project Services Department and then became Project Manager for the two Converter Stations of the Bipole III Project.  He has been involved in Manitoba Hydro’s Engineer In Training Program for over 10 years and is also involved in his community coaching hockey and football. He also sits on the Board of a non-profit organization called A Port In The Storm which offers a home for rural folks needing medical care in Winnipeg.  Rob is married and has three children.

Rob graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, from the University of Manitoba in 1993. He has worked for Manitoba Hydro in various capacities since 1993 primarily focused on maintenance engineering; construction management; and project management of thermal, hydraulic and HVdc transmission facilities.

Rob started his utility career as a Contract Administer in the Construction Services Department and rose to the position as a Division Manager on the Bipole III Project. He has been actively involved in the project since 2009 starting first as Manager of the Project Services Department and then became Project Manager for the two Converter Stations of the Bipole III Project.

He has been involved in Manitoba Hydro’s Engineer In Training Program for over 10 years and is also involved in his community coaching hockey and football. He also sits on the Board of a non-profit organization called A Port In The Storm which offers a home for rural folks needing medical care in Winnipeg.

Rob is married and has three children.