Lance Goodick

Lance Goodick
Project Manager and Senior Engineer, Stantec

Demystifying Small Modular Reactors in North America.

There’s no doubt that over recent years, SMR’s have gained significant attention across many markets around North America and are now seen as a key component of the energy transition movement.  SMRs offer an extremely attractive alternative to traditional forms of power generation and with many new and evolving SMR technologies quickly becoming established, many jurisdictions across North America and around the globe are seeking to understand how SMRs can/will provide their green energy solutions.  The rate of SMR technology progression is staggering, but as with any developing technology there can be an endless array of questions, concerns and unknowns.

So please join us as we seek to explain SMRs and why we should care. Where is the technology, and demystify SMRs.



Culminating more than 20 years of experience, Lance Goodick has held a variety of positions in the industrial sector in the areas of pulp & paper, oil & gas, mining, and food processing. At the start of his career, Lance was primarily focused on power distribution and design, building electrical systems, and automation & controls.

For 8 of his career, Lance performed the role of Senior Electrical Power Engineer and Design Team Supervisor working at Canada’s largest nuclear research company on low and medium voltage electrical distribution, lighting, security, and fire protection systems to Canadian Nuclear Standards.

For the last 10 years, Lance has focused more as a Project Manager and Senior Engineer for Stantec on complex multidisciplinary projects for a variety of clients. Lance has achieved a rewarding reputation for his thorough and accurate work designing and supporting numerous domestic and international projects over the course of his established career.