HRCx is proud to announce that Rebecca Marshall has been promoted to Senior Commissioning Specialist. Rebecca is a valued member of the HRCx team and has consistently shown a high level of dedication, work ethic, and aptitude for acquiring new skills and honing existing ones.
“Rebecca’s work has been integral to the success of the commissioning team,” says John Bell, Commissioning Manager. “It is a privilege to work with Rebecca and we are thrilled to watch her take this next step in her career.”
Rebecca’s expertise and proficiency within the commissioning division have been instrumental to the actualization and success of several projects. Some of these notable projects include the Richmond-Adelaide Centre’s LEED Platinum targeted EY Tower, the University of Toronto Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and various RBC mission critical projects across Canada. Rebecca previously worked on Toronto’s Forensic Services and Coroner’s Complex, the Waterloo Region Consolidated Courthouse, and the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs.
With this promotion, Rebecca will take on a variety of new responsibilities, including leading mission critical projects, working with clients to leverage the importance of commissioning and attain project objectives, honing her management skills within the commissioning team and taking an active role in business development.
“I am incredibly excited to continue to expand my career through the execution of more challenging and complex commissioning projects,” says Rebecca. “It is an honour to have this opportunity to take on new challenges and develop my role with the HRCx commissioning team.”
HRCx is a commissioning consultancy committed to recognizing clients’ needs and developing customized solutions to ensure facilities and systems are fully functional and operate as intended. HRCx has operated as the commissioning agent on a wide variety of projects, including the Yorkdale Shopping Centre East Expansion, Cisco Canada Headquarters and Customer Experience Centre, multiple mission critical projects for Rogers Communications and a leading Canadian financial institution, and the Great Plains Recreation Centre, which was recently recognized as a Finalist for the Ontario Association of Architects Design Excellence Awards. For more information, please visit www.HRCx.ca.