Paul Fritze

BASc, P.Eng. | Associate
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Paul Fritze is a technically sound engineer who understands the principles behind structural restoration and how they can be applied practically to situations which arise in every project.

Paul has taken an active role in the investigation and rehabilitation of pre-cast, post-tensioned, and normally reinforced concrete structures since his arrival at Read Jones Christoffersen. He is also experienced in utilizing structural steel and wood framed design to provide creative solutions a variety of existing building challenges.

Paul graduated from the University of Toronto with a B.A.Sc. in Civil Engineering and joined RJC Engineers in 2009. He was made Project Engineer in 2014, and an Associate in 2018. Paul has delivered technical presentations on the investigation and rehabilitation of post-tensioned structures and the durability of parking structures.

Professional Affiliations

  • Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO)

Publications

  • Fritze, Paul. "Where Are the Gaps in the Current Version?" Presented at the Building Science & Restoration Conference, CSA S413 – Parking Structures, February 2018.
  • Fritze, Paul. "Rehabilitation of the CNIB Pedestrian Bridge Across Bayview Avenue." Presented at the RJC AGM, April 2015
  • Fritze, Paul. "52 Division Police Station, Building Rehabilitation and Green Roof Installation." Presented at the Building and Concrete Restoration Association of Ontario (B&CRAO), April 2015
  • Fritze, Paul. "52 Division Police Station, Building Rehabilitation and Green Roof Installation." Presented at the Building Science & Restoration Conference, February 2013.
  • Fritze, Paul. "52 Division Police Station, Post-Tensioning Evaluation." Presented at the Building Science & Restoration Conference, February 2011.