Employee-Owner Spotlight: Michael Bourque, Field Engineer/Inspector

Our team is rapidly growing and we are excited to welcome Michael Bourque to our company as our newest Field Engineer/Inspector. Mike has prior experience in construction inspection, project management, materials testing and quality control working for both John Turner Consulting and S.W. Cole Engineering. He has served as a resident inspector for town projects and municipalities. He is NETTCP certified in HMA paving, soils and aggregates, concrete and drilled shafts. He is also certified as an ACI field tech, nuclear density safety and operation, PCI level II and ICC special soil inspector. Mike is a graduate of Vermont Technical College with degrees in Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology and Sustainable Design Technology.

What is your role at Sebago Technics? Field Engineer/Inspector

What made you decide to pursue your current career? The passion for the industry. A career path that has excited me from the early beginnings of my schooling.

What places have you lived in throughout your life? ME, NH, VT

Before working at Sebago, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had? Serving tables at IHOP

What are your hobbies outside the office? Billiards, snowboarding, and fishing

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Salmon, rice, and broccoli

Top three life highlights?

  1. Asking my fiancée to marry me
  2. Purchasing my first investment property
  3. Playing pool in Las Vegas

Where would you like to go on a dream vacation? New Zealand

What is the best concert you attended? Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden

Tell us something that might surprise us about you.  I’m a third degree black belt

What do you like most about working at Sebago Technics? The company culture and diversity of projects

Favorite place(s) to go in Maine? Lakes fishing and Sunday River