Marcelo Nakashima

Marcelo Nakashima

Project Manager

Recently joining P.W. Trenchless in 2020, Marcelo ensures the smooth operations of the company, through his expertise in Operations and Project Management. He plays a key role in the PWT team, by acting as the point of contact between the client, crews and subcontractors to facilitate a successful project. 

Marcelo’s duties involve planning, execution, and documentation of projects while supporting the flow of progress payments and billing processes. Along with these duties, Marcelo brings with him a critical mindset that allows PWT to enhance problem-solving ability on any project or challenge.

Marcelo’s educational background is based in Engineering and augmented in Project Management and Business management. Marcelo has previous experience in construction, trenchless technology, and client relationships. He brings over 7 years of experience working in the field, with open-cup pipe installation, Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP), and water storage systems in South America. 

Marcelo is a new resident of Canada moving to British Columbia in 2017 from his native San Pablo in Brazil. Marcelo moved to British Columba to complete a Business Management Diploma at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. At KPU, Marcelo acquired value-added tools, which he now applies to PW’s Project Management team and Business Development growth objectives.

Clients We Serve

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City of Nanaimo logo
City of Pitt Meadows logo
City of Vancouver logo
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City of Burnaby logo
City of Whistler logo
City of Victoria logo
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Join Our Team

When you join PWT, you become part of a community of people who are engaged in the most innovative practices in the Trenchless Industry. We have been instrumental in setting up a scientific method for cities to gain carbon offsets/credits from their use of trenchless construction. This system has been reviewed by the BC Government and has been approved as of December 2018. We expect to see it in common use shortly.