Jelica Mendoza, P.Eng.
Program Manager – Solar
Jelica Mendoza is a registered professional engineer in Ontario and has completed a Bachelor of Applied Science & Engineering in Geological Engineering with professional internship and a Master of Applied Science in Civil Engineering with Geoengineering Specialization at Queen’s University. During her two-year Master’s program, she has led the laboratory testing and research of geosynthetic clay liner hydration in landfill applications, co-authoring two (2) journal papers with Dr. Kerry Rowe of the Queen’s-RMC Geoengineering Centre, and completing three (3) Teaching Assistantships for Engineering Mechanics and Soil Mechanics courses.
Her role at PRI includes managing the solar division which includes managing the geotechnical investigation, pre-production pile testing, and construction support programs, including performing foundation design analyses for solar racking systems, reviewing geotechnical and pile design investigation reports, and reviewing pile QA/QC documentation.