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Gregory Gomes Associate, Electrical Engineer BASc | PEng Toronto

As an electrical engineer, Gregory brings proficient knowledge on electrical design, leading electrical projects from the schematic design phase to project completion. With his versatile skills, he provides high quality electrical design and specifications for lighting, power, security, fire alarm, and data communications systems for commercial, retail, and healthcare buildings. He is versed in all aspects of BIM modeling and provide training and guidance to the electrical team for successful model delivery. 

Gregory joined the Toronto Electrical team at DIALOG in 2018. His experience also includes construction administration and knowledge with all current building codes and standards to meet design requirements and is passionate about managing projects of all sizes and complexities. Gregory has successfully completed several projects in various sectors such as institutional, municipal, commercial, healthcare, and post-secondary. He has managed projects like Waterloo Regional Police Services, Peel Region OSF and NDB and Lester B. Pearson Complex. 

Gregory is also deeply involved with the community by regularly volunteering and mentoring the youth in his Bangladeshi Canadian communities alike.  

What’s an emerging design technology or trend that has you excited? 
I am very excited to see how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR) can be implemented in our industry to provide innovative, sustainable, and smart buildings. Hoping in the near future we can walk our integrated design models in VR, conduct clash detection and validate all the design decisions prior to the shovels hitting the grounds 

What’s your favorite DIALOG project? 
The Lester B. Pearson Building Rehabilitation project in Ottawa has to be my favorite project. A complete rehabilitation of an existing complex phase by phase while trying to figure out the existing electrical infrastructure and new design to safely upgrade all areas while keeping large portion of the complex operational has been the most challenging yet rewarding project of my career to date.  

How do you hope your work positively impacts our communities and environment? 
With more and more project targeting net zero, electrical engineers are in the middle of it all. With each successful project I hope to create a greener, carbon neutral community and environment for the future generation.  

What do you geek out on? 
Technology and gaming.  


Bachelor of Applied Science, Electrical Engineering 
University of Windsor