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Kate Kline, B.Eng. LEED®️ AP BD+C

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Kate Kline, B.Eng. LEED®️ AP BD+C

Project Manager


647-245-8361 (Work)
65 International Blvd, Suite 103
Etobicoke, Ontario Canada M9W 6L9

Kate Kline is an experienced Project Manager with a variety of skills working in the construction industry. She is skilled at developing positive working relationships and is extremely organized, always striving to deliver high quality work by being thorough and maintaining excellent communication with all members of her team. Her career has exposed her to working with various stakeholders in a commissioning role in new construction that involves Owners, Consultants, General Contractors and Sub Contractors serving Commercial, Pharmaceutical, and Public Private Partnership (P3) government. Here she learned to work with a team of professionals to complete deliverables and documentation pertaining to commissioning activities on a wide range of projects.

Most notably, Kate excelled in her role as a Project Manager for a multi-national General Contractor on a large commercial project for 5 years where she managed sub-contractor trade packages with contracts totaling approximately $10 million. She was originally brought onto the team to manage the Mechanical and Electrical scope of work, however stepped outside of her comfort zone by undertaking the management of the architectural Corten Steel Panel contract, as well as multiple other discipline packages as the project progressed. She had a wide range of responsibilities including contract review and interpretation, scheduling and coordination, billing review and approval, contract change management, shop drawing review and management, discipline coordination, document control, writing contract notices, and claim development. Kate was also involved in working with the City of Toronto on all permit related activities, MOL challenges including separation of projects, working with union representatives for ensuring trade demarcation, and acting as a liaison to maintain positive relationships with neighbouring businesses.

Kate also has five months of experience working on a Canadian military base for a Facilities Maintenance contract, managing improvement projects on various equipment and systems for over 200 buildings. She used her organization skills to accurately track up to 100 ongoing projects of varying size to repair or replace existing systems and equipment.