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Coral Siminovich

2018 WIN Awards Emerging Leader shortlisted nominee.

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Coral Siminovich

Director, Health, Safety and
Environment, Operations & Maintenance, Infrastructure


2018 WIN Awards Emerging Leader shortlisted nominee

Coral joined SNC-Lavalin in 2013 and is responsible for overseeing the implementation of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) management systems, policies and requirements for the company’s Operations & Maintenance (O&M) business unit, as well as providing support and direction to the leadership and top management teams. Her portfolio covers over 15 projects and more than 1,400 employees across Canada, the United States, North Africa and Asia-Pacific. She is involved in some of the largest P3 and major infrastructure sites in Canada, such as the McGill University Health Centre Glen Site in Montreal, and the Canada Line rapid transit line in Vancouver. In her previous role, she was the Product Manager and Engineering Team Lead for SNC-Lavalin’s Training and Simulation division, where she worked with and helped develop several cutting-edge technologies and products for the training of O&M personnel.

Before joining SNC-Lavalin, Coral worked as a Project Engineer at Honeywell Canada, where she was responsible for developing and delivering dynamic process simulators for several industrial processes and control systems worldwide.

Coral holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from McGill University and is a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec. She currently resides in Montreal with her husband and two children, but has previously lived in both South America and elsewhere in North America.