Entuitive leadership team grows
Two senior associate and three associate level appointments have been announced.
Five promotions, including two senior associate appointments and three associate level appointments have been announced at Entuitive.
Joining the senior associates at the firm are:
Sheetal Chetan, CPA, has over 20 years of professional accounting and auditing experience. Prior to joining Entuitive, she worked with a large multidisciplinary engineering firm and with a Big 4 accounting firm. As Entuitive’s finance lead, she has extensive experience in complex accounting for acquisitions, intangible valuations, legal entity reorganizations, foreign consolidations and foreign exchange hedge accounting.
Saleem Haq, P.Eng., leads projects in the commercial, residential and transportation sectors. Haq has extensive expertise in the design of tall buildings, and with 22 years of industry experience, his diverse portfolio includes a variety of building types in Canada, the U.S., UK, Middle East and Asia. Notable projects include 45 Bay Street (a 55-storey commercial tower in Toronto).
New associates with the company include:
Chris Van Dongen, B. Arch Sc., a LEED-accredited professional with a specialty in building science. Van Dongen brings 11 years of sustainable design expertise to a wide range of work in the institutional, residential and commercial sectors, with a focus on roofing and building envelope renewal. He has participated in all phases of project delivery, from initial assessment of existing building components and conditions to design development and construction specification and contract administration.
Dave Douglas, B. Eng., has 11 years of experience in engineering and construction. Douglas has experience across all disciplines of the building industry, including high-end commercial, hospitality, high-rise residential, institutional, sports and recreation, healthcare, transportation, retail, and renovation work. After relocating to New York from Toronto in 2015, he has been a key contributor to the American Dream and other complex projects in New York.
Mohammad Moayyed, P.Eng., brings a practical approach to problem solving. Moayyed began his career in consulting in 1993 for design of building, infrastructure, and industrial developments. During 14 years of engineering practice in Iran, he worked in various positions culminating in leadership position in multi-disciplined firms. In 2007, he and his family came to Canada and began his career in consulting engineering. He has also completed his Master’s degree in structural engineering with a focus on composite materials in construction from Dalhousie University in 2010.