Ian Sinclair, P.Eng., EurIng, MEng&Man, LEEDAP

Ian has worked in the energy and water management field since immigrating to Canada from the UK in 1997, focusing on the built environment. He’s worked in a full range of building types: industrial to commercial, campus-wide to multi-residential, in a wide range of service types. These have included energy and water audits, building retrofits, recommissioning, renewable energy studies, measurement and verification, green certification, engineering and project management.

He has worked in a variety of environments and jurisdictions. A small example of clients would include Parks Canada in Banff, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, University of Guelph, Government of Beijing, Oxford Properties, Hospital for Sick Children, Wawakapewin First Nation.

Ian is also an instructor with the School of the Environment and Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto, where he teaches Sustainable Buildings and Terrestrial Energy Systems Management undergraduate courses.

Ian has a broad personal and professional experience having worked in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and North America. He’s worked in the not-for-profit sector, the development industry, mining, automotive and as a consultant.

Outside of work Ian is a competitive runner, a father and enjoys spending time in the great outdoors.