BASc, MASc, P.Eng | Associate
Darren enjoys collaborating with clients to develop innovative solutions in the face of design and construction challenges. His experience includes the design of commercial buildings, shopping centres, residential high-rise projects, and transit facilities. He also is well known for designing award-winning parking structures.
Darren’s work included the highly intricate Erindale GO Station, which had 1,500 parking stalls, included a complete station redesign, and was LEED® NC Silver. As Prime Consultant and Structural Engineer, Darren led the completion of five large parking facilities for Metrolinx at the Burlington, Whitby, Erindale, Ajax and Clarkson GO Stations and he also led the contract administration of the Union Station Train Shed Roof Revitalization Project. He is the Structural Design Lead for the ongoing Laird, Leaside, and Mt Pleasant LRT stations on the Eglinton Crosstown project. Most recently, as the Project Manager and Prime Consultant, Darren led an inter-discipline design team of over 20 sub-consultant specialists in the completion of the concept design for the Intermodal Bus and Subway Transit Station at Steeles on the Yonge North Subway Extension Project.
After graduating from the University of Toronto, Darren was awarded a National Sciences and Engineering Research Council Scholarship to pursue post-graduate experimental research work on pre-cast concrete with the Canadian Portland Cement Association (CPCA). Darren joined RJC after completing his research work, and graduating with a Master’s of Applied Science. He is actively involved with the Canadian Parking Association, and is Chair of the Technical Committee, Parking Structures (CSA S413).
- Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
- Canadian Parking Association (CPA)
- Chair of the Technical Committee, Parking Structures (CSA S413)