Specialized in project management, Dima has worked in both fields of heritage conservation and northern construction. Having settled in Toronto in 2012, she heads the local branch office of EVOQ.
Since 2009, Dima has managed EVOQ’s services for the country’s largest heritage project: the revitalization of Union Station in Toronto. She leads an extensive team of architects, conservation experts and specialized consultants. Her experience and dual training as an architect and project manager have allowed Dima to develop a remarkable capacity for organization and leadership, two abilities essential in managing complex and long-lasting projects.
Dima is a founding member of Habitat for Humanity’s Montreal chapter. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and is developing a new specialty in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings using sustainable practices that reduce environmental impact.
Dima joined EVOQ in 1998 and has been Senior Associate since 2009.