Daniel has worked on the design, coordination and construction for a number of high-rise residential, commercial and mixed-use structures. He has served as the project engineer for many of his projects through construction, with a focus on providing valuable service to all project team members.
Graduating from the University of Toronto’s Engineering Science program with an Infrastructure Option in 2009, Daniel joined RJC in 2009 in the Building Science and Restoration Team. He has worked on a variety of concrete restoration, building façade and stone rehabilitation projects. In 2011 he transferred into RJC’s structural engineering practice, and completed his Master’s Degree at the University of Toronto (part-time).
Daniel has worked to advance RJC’s technical leadership, assisting with firm’s software manuals and design guidelines for slab deflections and lateral load resisting systems. With his technical background, he has worked on a number of complex conceptual designs; as well as, working as a production engineer. Daniel is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario, and is also a LEED Accredited Professional.