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Starting out as a mechanical engineer from way back, I was only focused on one small part of the project, one component, and then when I got promoted to be a team leader, I have been focused more on the entire project.

My name is Kevin Su and I am a skilled mechanical engineer and designer located in Vancouver, British Columbia. With 8 years of technical and project experience focused in the building systems sector, I bring an extensive amount of knowledge from the perspective of an engineer.

With eight years of technical and project experience focused in the building systems sector, Kevin Su is a mechanical engineer and product designer from Vancouver. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of British Columbia as well as a diploma in Architectural and Building Technology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

As we continue to deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to do what we can to support both our physical and mental well-being. Even if you’re working from home, it may still feel like there is lot of time to fill during the day.

“But every failure is another lesson learned for what to do the next time. Eventually you are going to get something that has benefits. It may not be the one big thing you are looking for, but it will be something that you can use to propel yourself to the next one. Accept every failure as a steppingstone.”

You may often hear how important relationship-building is in your own family, but you may not realize how critical it is at work. There is power in relationships that extends beyond a small talk with colleagues. When you create connections based on shared goals and ambitions, you’ll not only be more successful at your job, you’ll also build more meaningful connections with colleagues in your organization.