Tracey McDade, P.Eng., LC, LEED AP

PRESIDENT – SR. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER​

Tracey is a senior engineer with experience in design and supervision of a wide variety of electrical engineering projects including commercial, institutional & industrial facilities as well as exterior projects such as roadways and airport runways.

Tracey maintains a finger on the pulse of technology and industry improvements through memberships with the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), IEEE and NCQLP. In 2006, she received an International Illumination Design Award, the Edwin F. Guth Award of Excellence for her work on the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Rothesay, NB. Other achievements to recognize include being a Canada Scholar and Scholarship Recipient from 1994 to 1998, LEED Accredited Professional since 2008, and President of the IES Fiddlehead Section for numerous years.

Tracey has experience with hundreds of electrical engineering projects establishing herself as an industry leader in quality and commitment to Client satisfaction, Tracey proudly stands by her reputation of meeting deadlines and budgets and exceeding expectations. She feels strongly that all designers must contribute to and understand all aspects of project delivery from design start-up to on-site construction review and most importantly, efficiently and effectively responding to Client requests.

Tracey is licensed in all Atlantic provinces and in Ontario.