RJC Engineers (RJC) has recently moved to a new office in Nanaimo. The new office, located at 238 Franklyn Street - Unit 105, is a two-storey corner unit with a mezzanine at the back that allows for open and collaborative workstations with lots of natural light. The space and location will enable RJC to serve its clients better and accommodate its growing team.

The move is part of RJC’s ongoing expansion plans and commitment to providing Nanaimo and the surrounding region with exceptional engineering services. RJC designs, preserves, and restores structures focusing on better-performing buildings. Managing Principals Leon Plett (Structural Engineering) and Terry Bergen (Building Science and Restoration), supported by Regional Manager Caleb Goertz, lead their teams to continue to deliver a high level of client service. As Regional Manager, Caleb helps connect local industry partners and clients with RJC’s wide range of engineering services, including structural, restoration, building science, and building energy modelling. 

RJC Nanaimo Move workstations

“Our new workspace will benefit both RJC and Nanaimo, allowing us to be better connected to our clients and industry partners,” shares Caleb. “The location provides a place to work collaboratively with colleagues and project partners. We are now better positioned to accommodate RJC’s continued growth in Nanaimo and the surrounding cities up Island.”

The new office marks an exciting milestone for RJC in Nanaimo, which has served clients in the city and the surrounding areas for decades. The new location enables the firm to operate more efficiently, serve clients better, and continue to grow and thrive in the years to come. It is a positive development for RJC, its clients, and the community.