Caitlin is an Engineer-in-Training with RJC’s Building Science and Restoration Team. She helps shape, preserve, and improve buildings in her hometown of Edmonton. Caitlin is an active, engaged, and valued team member who is always seeking to learn. Her work is varied and rewarding, with a mix of office, client, and site visits. Caitlin is rarely sitting at a desk all day! With a Master of Applied Science, Caitlin is using her experience to further her strong technical foundation with exposure to a wide variety of building envelope and restoration work.

RJC is a great place to work. The people are friendly and the corporate culture is supportive. The work is very rewarding. I love seeing the tangible end product and getting to work on some pretty cool projects.

Project Engineer

Nik is passionate about preserving and restoring heritage structures. His Masters of Engineering included a specialization in historic structures and their rehabilitation. He continues to advance his knowledge of best practices in heritage, applying his skill to heritage projects, including Calgary’s prominent City Hall. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals, the Association of Preservation Technology International and Chair of the Board of Directors for Heritage Calgary.

Senior Building Performance Engineer

Nationally sought for his deep knowledge of building performance, specifically for designing high performance buildings aligned with contemporary energy standards, Mohammad is a leader in building energy modelling. Building Energy Modelling is a versatile, multipurpose tool that can aid in design-stage decision-making, to show code compliance, to achieve green building certification and to help inform policy and code development. Mohammad's leadership has furthered RJC's Building Energy Modelling practice across Canada.