our Team

Our  founders

Quin MacKenzie | MBA, BSc, ENV SP

Co-Founder & Consultant

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Quin has facilitated planning and design processes for infrastructure projects across North America to enhance asset performance and resilience, specializing in the application of leading design frameworks such as the Envision® framework for sustainable infrastructure and the Integrated Design Process (IDP). Quin has advised clients and worked with project teams to execute sustainable and resilience strategies for alternative project delivery, preparing language and sustainability management systems to support project procurement and bid documents for multi-billion dollar projects in Canada and the United States.

Quin has consulted on the sustainable planning and design for over a dozen projects, ranging in size from $1 million to $4.65 billion, including the BCIT North Campus Infrastructure Project (Envision Gold), the Naples Bay Restoration project (Envision Silver), the Atlanta Water Supply Program (Envision Silver), and the Dixon Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements Project (Envision Silver).

Quin has led sustainability and strategic management projects including the resilience and sustainable design approach to the Western Milwaukee Flood Management Project, the waste management and sustainability planning and reporting for the Halifax Port Authority to support Green Marine compliance, facilitating the sustainable design process for major infrastructure programming at the Vancouver International Airport, and the strategic business case and conceptual design planning for infrastructure renewal at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Quin is an Envision Verifier, an Envision Sustainability Professional and has completed her International Association for Public Participation (IAP2), Foundations in Public Participation Certificate.

PUBLICATIONS

BCIT North Campus project wins Envision Gold Award

The Envision Award-winning project includes constructing a new power receiving substation and replacing 11 substations and all related infrastructure and establishing a new BC Hydro connection. Read more on canadianconsultingengineer.com... 

luuceo Consulting Hosts Video Podcast On Envision

luuceo Consulting, Inc. has started a video podcast, and their second episode was focused entirely on Envision Sustainability. Both Bronwyn Worrick and Quin MacKenzie are experienced Envision professionals who help others learn about Envision and incorporate it into...

Envision in Action: BCIT North Campus Infrastructure

We are excited to partner with Quin Mackenzie, of Stantec Consulting, who will present on how Envison Certification has come to represent the success of BCIT’s recently completed North Campus Infrastructure Project. Read more on cscebc.ca...

ENV SP Spotlight: Quin MacKenzie Of Stantec Consulting

Quin MacKenzie works in Vancouver, British Columbia as a Strategic Management Consultant for Stantec. In this position, she takes on many roles – from project manager, to professional facilitator – specializing in the sustainable development of complex, infrastructure...

PCL award-winning team renews BCIT infrastructure

The B.C. Institute of Technology (BCIT) is poised to expand over the next 20 years, adding as many as 10 new buildings at its Burnaby, B.C. campus which serves as the hub of what is B.C.’s largest skills training institution.    Read more on...

Bronwyn Worrick | MBA, BA, ENV SP

Co-Founder & Consultant

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Bronwyn has experience leveraging holistic and systems-based approaches to strategy, risk, and resilience. She is an Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP), and has supported the planning, facilitation, and implementation of Envision projects across North America. Bronwyn has led clients in their sustainability planning and reporting processes – through developing comprehensive engagement plans, facilitating stimulating discussions to determine effective and implementable targets, and integrating feedback into final plans. She has experience using the Envision framework for sustainable infrastructure, Green Marine, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

She worked with Thompson Rivers University on their 2020-2025 Campus Strategic Sustainability Plan and Campus Design Guidelines. She is currently leading the development of the Halifax Port Authority’s 2019 Sustainability Report, Sustainability Plan, and Underwater Noise strategies, initiatives, and educational materials. Her process-oriented approach helps clients to create implementable, trackable, and effective strategies, through ensuring accountability, responsibility, and determining mechanisms for long-term monitoring and maintenance. She has also assisted the British Columbia Institute of Technology with strategic business case and conceptual design planning for infrastructure renewal.

Bronwyn also has experience working with start-ups, small-businesses, and non-profit organizations to develop business plans, market entry strategies, and organizational change initiatives. All her work considers environmental, social, and economic indicators and is done through collaboration and engagement with key stakeholders, rightsholders, and decision-makers.

PUBLICATIONS

Our  Staff

Austin Krausert | MBA, BComm, ENV SP

Manager of Operations & Consultant

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Since joining luuceo as the Manager of Operations, Austin has taken on multiple roles to support our growth. His responsibilities have included overseeing the bookkeeping and invoicing processes, generating financial models and projections, and aiding in the development of internal project management and information systems. Austin also supports luuceo’s project delivery by leveraging his Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) and his ability to create various models and tools for risk assessment, risk management, and stakeholder engagement.

In his past, Austin has worked with small businesses to optimize their systems and processes to encourage sustainable growth. With an LED lighting and energy management company, he acquired and facilitated the delivery of a custom-design RFP, created a supplier network that led to a US partnership, and negotiated with a component supplier to achieve 84.5% cost-savings. As Director of Operations for a national moving franchise, Austin led the company’s BC Lower Mainland division. This role included overseeing the daily fleet dispatch and maintenance of ten trucks, the engagement and performance of 25+ drivers and movers, and the management of cashflow and implementation of cost and discrepancy-reduction initiatives.