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Waterfront Engineering, Based in the Okanagan
Waters Edge Engineering Ltd. is an Okanagan-based company specialized in coastal processes, but also offering civil services. Our team is led by the principal engineer and owner, supported by junior technical staff and a network of complimentary science and engineering consultants.
Our office is in Kelowna, BC, close to the shores of Okanagan Lake. We have worked throughout the Okanagan Valley and the Shuswap. Our clients are generally municipalities, regional districts, strata developments, and yacht clubs.
Waters Edge Engineering applies experience and innovation to assist governments, planners, developers and waterfront land stewards to protect and enhance our shorelines and create places for people to experience the joy of the waterfront throughout western and northern Canada. We bring world-class professional engineering to the local market and provide value to our clients through innovation and dependable quality.
The company is owned and operated by Tara Hirsekorn, P.Eng., a professional engineer with 19 years of experience delivering high profile public and private waterfront projects. She is experienced in client satisfaction and has an excellent reputation for delivering successful projects that met the client’s need.
Tara is an innovative hydrotechnical/coastal engineer and project manager of successful multi-disciplinary waterfront parks and foreshore development projects. She graduated from UBC and completed the first 10 years of her career in Vancouver; she has been working in Kelowna since 2010.Tara on Linkedin
Waters Edge Engineering was incorporated in 2014. After years of experience working on coastal and civil projects throughout western and northern Canada, our company owner and principal Engineer; Tara Hirsekorn, recognized a need for specialized coastal services throughout our beautiful valley, and the British Columbia Interior. Other companies offering these services have coastal professionals in Vancouver, which are not familiar with local conditions – we aim to fill this gap.