Meet Kimberly Logie, SBT graduate

Kimberley Logie
Kimberly Logie, SBT graduate

Q: What is your name?

A: Kimberly Logie

Q: What are your pronouns?

A: She / Her / Hers

Q: Where is your hometown and where are you located now?

A: Hanover, Ont., is my hometown. I’m now living in Peachland, B.C.

Q: What program did you take at OC? When did you graduate?

A: Sustainable Building Technology Diploma (formerly known as Sustainable Construction Management Technology Diploma). I graduated in 2019 from the Penticton Campus.

Q: What is your current position?

A: Owner, C Logie Consulting Inc. and Sales and Design,  Canadian Aerothermal

Q: Why did you choose your program at OC? How does it relate to what you’re doing now?

A: I had previously left a career with the Ontario Justice Division and felt drawn to a program where I could become a steward for environmental practices within the built environment yet having the opportunity to start my own business. Watching my dad design and build energy efficient homes growing up, instilled a love for quality workmanship and social community. I currently help clients design their projects to achieve indoor air quality and lowest operating costs while promoting an integrated design process within construction teams.

Q: What was one of your most meaningful memories during your time at OC?

A: I have so many to mention but the one that stands out is when I sat down to write the Statics and  Strength of Materials exam and being overwhelmed at having the opportunity to learn the material while having such a strong group of students and professors with me.

Q: What do you think has been the biggest turning point for your career success?

A: Being recognized by local high-performance builders as the consultant to come to for designing their HVAC systems in new construction projects.

Q: Are there any awards, achievements or activities that you would like to highlight?

A: Having the opportunity to work with Brendon Gray at Egnite Sustainability and Canadian Aerothermal HVAC Contractors. Also, having the opportunity to work with BC Hydro on heat pump pilot projects.

Q: What advice would you pass on to current/future students?

A: Embrace the moment and take the time to recognize what your passions are, then go get it.

Q: When you’re not working, what are you doing?

A: Anything outdoors, preferably Nordic skiing at Telemark Nordic Club.

Connect with Kimberly:

C Logie Consulting Inc


Published By College Relations on January 19, 2022

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