Craig joined Toronto’s Structural Team in 2006 after graduating from Carleton University, and was promoted to Project Engineer in 2010. He earned his Professional Engineer designation with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) in 2010 and currently holds a CCCA (Certified Construction Contract Administrator) designation through Construction Specifications Canada (CSC).
Since joining RJC, Craig has worked on a variety of structural projects for the private and public sectors and has also been instrumental in developing the satellite office for Union Station into a broader-based transportation focused group. He has proven himself to be both a strong project manager and leader. His abilities were demonstrated on several high profile prime consulting projects including Union Station, Sunnybrook Parking Garage 3 and CarPark No.1. Craig has a talent for managing expectations, while balancing both workload and resources for both short-term and long-term projects. Craig is a dynamic leader and collaborator and is constantly motivating his staff to excel, while fostering external relationships in order to grow the business.
Craig understands the value of meeting the client’s needs and delivering excellent client service. Over the years, he has worked very hard to develop and maintain relationships with key clients and industry groups, enabling RJC to become more established throughout the transportation sector and to grow this business avenue. In addition, his award winning work in Heritage Restoration has earned Craig accolades throughout the heritage community. A problem solver by nature, Craig takes a very open-minded and practical approach to his work. He continually strives to achieve business objectives and presents himself to colleagues and clients as an ambassador of integrity, trust and professionalism.