Craig completed his education in 1975 at Pennsylvania State University. He joined RJC Edmonton in 1978.
Craig was made an Associate of RJC Edmonton’s Building Science and Restoration team in 1995. He plays a pivotal role as a specialist in the evaluation and rehabilitation of unbonded post-tensioned structures and has performed numerous parking structure evaluations, as well as a variety of structural forensic investigations.
Craig has extensive experience in various aspects of structural engineering. He has been involved in the structural design of buildings including high-rise office, residential, and commercial, as well as major renovation and additions. He has specialized expertise in the areas of timber-framing, stressed-skin-panel design, and fibre-reinforced-plastic composites.