Kim builds on over 25 years with DIALOG’s Energy Team, evolving and leading a multidisciplinary group of experts. Her experience spans typologies and geographies, and ranges from simple renovations to complex expansions and custom developments. Communication is central to Kim’s work and project success and has shaped her reputation as an eager collaborator who thrives on the abilities of DIALOG to share knowledge across the practice. Kim has spent years testing and refining external reporting processes to clients, ensuring the best possible methods for creating impactful solutions together.
Kim was integral to the development of Shell’s National Design Standards, aiding the international oil and gas company in their push to prioritize accessibility, sustainability, and safety at their stations. She led similar initiatives for Petro-Canada, Canada Safeway Limited, Calgary Co-op, and UFA Cooperative Limited. The scope of Kim’s career has made her a dexterous partner to clients throughout the permitting process, while allowing her to forge meaningful relationships with countless City Officials and Municipalities. Within DIALOG, she continues to be a key member and contributor to the Quality Management Roundtable.
What’s your favorite DIALOG project? Why?
The Calgary Cancer Centre. When the practice presented the video of the design, the concept behind the structure was very emotional for myself.
What is an emerging design technology or trend that has you excited?
EV charging stations. With the increase in electric vehicles hitting the road we are seeing an increase in the need for EV charging stations. This is now adding an additional element to our site designs.
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology