Through a living lens

Every day, the work of engineers and geoscientists impacts our lives in great and small ways. PEGNL is proud to share just a few of the many examples of how bettering the lives of people is a central focus of these helping professions. Today, engineers and geoscientists are compelled to look at our changing world through an inclusive living lens – to harness solutions, overcome challenges, and create a future where everyone thrives. With dedication, ingenuity and creativity, the professional engineers and geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador develop and improve the tools and processes that do critical work across our province.

Engineering and Geoscience

through a living lens

Zsuzsanna Magyarosi

P. Geo., Project Geologist
Geological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador

“Newfoundland and Labrador’s critical minerals are essential for moving toward a low carbon economy.”

Brett Vokey

B. Eng., E.I.T., Founder and CEO

“Every day we have a new challenge we’re facing. My entire job is problem solving.”

Heather Noseworthy

P. Eng., Managing Director
Avalon Holographics

"Your engineering degree is transferable to so many different opportunities and roles that are outside the realm of traditional engineering jobs, it’s incredible."

Courtney Valvasori

P. Eng., Intellectual Property Manager
Avalon Holographics

"There is so much room for creativity, for abstract thinking. Engineering is the pathway."

Curtis Whelan

P. Eng., Project Assurance Manager
Growler Energy

“Diversity is critically important. Having a different perspective ensures comprehensive solutions to problems.”

Engineering and geoscience live here in many unexpected ways. A diversity of perspectives, lived experiences, expertise and passion brings a new world of solutions and opportunities to life.

To Hear More

PEGNL exists for the protection of the public interest regarding the practices of engineering and geoscience in our province. With more than 5,000 individual and 600 corporate members, PEGNL ensures licensed, competent, and ethical practice of the professions. We also support our members in achieving professional excellence through the development of guidelines and standards, professional development resources, and guidance on legislative requirements and ethical obligations. Get in touch to learn more about what we do, the work of our members, and the impacts of engineering and geoscience on life in Newfoundland and Labrador.