Alumnus wins ACEC-MB Rising Star Award
Jomar Manzano, P.Eng., joined tetra Tech in 2010 immediately after graduation from the University of Manitoba with a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering. He is a proven, reliable team member on projects including the Disraeli Bridges, Cameco Key Lake back-up Power Upgrades, Sand Hills Casino, and the Millennium Stimulation Services Tank Foundation and Access Structure. He received his P.Eng., in March 2015 and is enrolled in the Certificate in Management program at the U of M.
Manzano shows his dedication to the profession of engineering and to ACEC-MB with the numerous volunteer activities he has participated in and the continued commitment he offers. He has been an active committee member of ACEC-MB Mentorship Program, Business Practices Committee, Awards committee, Young Professional Committee and since 2012 has chaired the Image Committee. Monzano has also taken on roles as a representative of Tetra Tech in the community, including volunteering for the annual Transportation Association of Canada Conference, attending Career Fairs and participating in the ACEC-MB Mentorship program as a Tetra Tech employee mentor. He is avid in his causes, refuses to be satisfied with the status quo, and pushes himself to improve in many areas of his life. His passion drives him to work hard to make his company, the engineering industry, his neighbourhood and the city a better place.
The Rising Star Award is intended to recognize exceptional achievements in the early years of a person’s career, and is intended to celebrate a young individual who has demonstrated excellence in business practices, outstanding achievements in their applicable fields, leadership in the community and the active participation in the ACEC-MB association.