Toronto

144 Front Street West, Suite 500
Toronto ON M5J 2L7
Phone: 416.977.5335
Fax: 416.977.1427

Tibor Kokai

MSc, PhD, P.Eng. | Principal
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Over the course of his career, Tibor has developed a reputation for technical excellence and creativity. He has focused on projects with significant technical challenges, developing office standards for design and production, as well as for R&D aspects of the profession. Tibor has specialized in the residential, commercial, and institutional sectors, working with world class architects from Canada and abroad, using a variety of codes and standards. His areas of expertise include: reinforced and post-tensioned concrete design, finite element analysis, advanced structural steel building systems, and seismic and dynamic analysis.
 
Tibor holds a Master's degree in Structural Engineering and a Dr. Techn. from the Technical University of Budapest. He co-authored the Concrete Design Handbook and is a member of the CSA A23.3 Design of Concrete Structures and a past member of the Standing Committee on Earthquake Design.

Professional Affiliations

  • The Canadian Academy of Engineering
  • Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
  • Technical committee on reinforced concrete design:  CSA A23.3-04 Design of Concrete Structures

Publications

  • Kokai, Tibor. “Design of a Slender Building with High-Performing VE Dampers.” Presented at the CTBUH Conference, Shanghai, September 16-19, 2014.
  • Zhou, W. and T. Kokai. “Deflection Calculation and Control for Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members.” Canadian Journal for Civil Engineering, 37 (2010): 131-134.
  • Kokai, Tibor. "Foundations," In Concrete Design Handbook, 3rd and 4th ed. Toronto: Cement Association of Canada, 2016.
  • Kokai, Tibor. “Upgrading the Lateral Load Resisting System of the 330 University Avenue Building, Toronto, Using Response Spectra Analysis.”  Presented at the Seventh Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Montreal, 1995.
  • Kokai, Tibor. "Determination of the Rotational Axis of Stiffening Systems in High-rise Buildings." In Bulletins for Applied Mathematics. Budapest: Technical University, 1983.