Video: ‘Taking Off’ Highlights Interns In Toronto

April 11, 2019

Skyport has released the latest episode of ‘Taking Off’, a video series with host Mikaela Pearman that highlights the airport redevelopment project, with this episode highlighting the internship in Toronto.

Speaking in the episode, Mikaela Pearman said, “Earlier this year, two Bermudian Public Works employees embarked on an amazing internship opportunity in Toronto thanks to a partnership between the government and Aecon.

“Jamar Dill and Zeeko Johnstone have been in Toronto since January working with Mulvey & Banani International and H.H. Angus Associates Limited respectively.

“Jamar has been keeping busy by working on Toronto Pearson’s new baggage system, which is a major project. He’s learned a lot in the design phase using software such as AutoCAD and Revit, which he’s been able to apply to the project.

“The project initiative is to upgrade its baggage-handling operations, with a state-of-the-art, automated system.

“Meanwhile, over the past few months Zeeko has been working on major projects such as condo style retirement homes, recreational centers and commercial building mechanical fit outs.

“With these projects, he is learning methods of mechanical design for buildings of different climates from Alberta to Ontario.

“The interns will be in Toronto until July.”

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  1. Sister Nancy says:

    Those great people at Aecon helping to educate our Bermudian people. Imagine that! They still continue to educate our people after all the harsh negative publicity the people of this island gave them. Unbelievable

    • wahoo says:

      Yup and our former opposition are up on the roof drinking rum shots and naming it after someone nobody knows.

  2. Joe Bloggs says:

    Mulvey & Banani are well known architects in Canada and H.H. Angus are well known engineers. Jamar and Zeeko are having wonderful opportunities to learn, no matter what anyone thinks about the naw airport