Simon Douglas, P.Eng.
Vice President, Power and Transportation / Principal |
Simon joined Klohn Crippen Berger in 2005, working in the Power and Transportation business unit. In his early career at KCB, he worked as a project engineer on several of KCB’s biggest hydroelectric projects including the Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric project in Laos and the Snoqualmie Falls Redevelopment project in Washington state. He was later promoted to design manager and project manager roles, and in 2016 he became a KCB Principal. For the past 5 years, Simon has served as KCB’s senior representative and project manager for the design and construction phases of the Site C Clean Energy Project – a world class mega project on the Peace River in BC, and one of the largest hydroelectric projects currently being constructed in Canada. In his new role, Simon will lead the execution of Power & Transportation’s strategic priorities including the expansion and diversification of our services in key market sectors and geographic regions around the world.
Beyond the Site C Clean Energy Project, some of Simon’s key projects include the Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric project in Laos, the Snoqualmie Falls Redevelopment project in Washington state, and the Lebalelo Water Supply project in South Africa.
Simon has a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, and is a registered professional engineer in British Columbia. He is a member of the Tunnelling Association of Canada, the Vancouver Geotechnical Society, and the Canadian Dam Association (including being the former Director for the province of British Columbia between 2010-2012).
Simon is an avid outdoor enthusiast, and rugby fan. Outside of work, you will find him golfing, mountain biking and skiing with his wife and two kids, and supporting his beloved Springboks rugby team.