Meredith Anderson

P.Eng. Struct.Eng., MSCE | Associate
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Meredith joined RJC in 2003 after graduating from the University of Washington, and earned her Struct. Eng (BC) designation in 2016. As a Project Engineer on the Structural Team, Meredith brings a broad cross-section of experience in a variety of project types including high-rise residential, office towers, retail, institutional and sports and recreation. Over the years, Meredith has had the opportunity to fine-tune her design skills and her project portfolio is considered to be one of the most diverse in the Vancouver office. Some of Meredith’s current projects include the Vancouver Centre II office tower, the UBC Hebb Building retrofit and expansion, and the Clayton Heights Community Centre.

Meredith currently serves on the City of Vancouver Urban Design Panel. This influential group provides commentary and guidance to the City regarding proposed developments. Her participation on this panel has raised her industry profile and earned her the reputation of having the right demeanour and creativity required to work with architects and urban planners.

Meredith leads by example and mentors several junior staff and has also been recognized for her project management skills, technical know-how and problem solving abilities. She handles herself with calm and steady professionalism, able to smoothly and successfully navigate through expectations and deadlines. Meredith thinks outside-the-box and provides elegant yet thoughtful solutions on her projects.

An excellent listener, Meredith is a skilled communicator whose approachability, and engaging personality create a work environment people want to be a part of. Meredith is highly regarded and respected in the industry — people really enjoy working with her.

Professional Affiliations

  • Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC)
  • Currently serving on the City of Vancouver Urban Design Panel

 

Publications

  • Anderson, Meredith. “A cyclic shear stress-strain model for joints without transverse reinforcement.” Engineering Structures Volume 30, Issue 4, 2008