Team RJC completed the Tour de Cure this past weekend in British Columbia. It was RJC’s third ride this year in support of cancer foundations, having also completed the Princess Margaret Ride to Conquer Cancer in Ontario and the Enbridge Tour Alberta for Cancer ride in Alberta.

This is the 37th time Team RJC has been a part of cycling events in support of cancer foundations across Canada. Collectively, RJC has raised $2.18M for cancer foundations across Canada.

The ḴELOŦEN ȻE S,ISTEW̱ Fund Award for 2023 has been awarded to three recipients: Elijah Patrick, a second year Civil Engineering student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan; Connie Davis, a PhD student in Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia; and Stacie Coutlee, a PhD student in Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia.

Established in June 2021 by AME Group, Gwaii Engineering, Diamond Schmitt, Number TEN Architectural Group, AES Engineering, RJC Engineers, and the Victoria Native Friendship Centre; the ḴEL,ḴELOŦEN ȻE S,ISTEW̱ Fund aims to bring more Indigenous voices into architecture and building design, imbuing these industries with Indigenous values, perspectives and ways of knowing, being and doing.

A rigorous conservation process brings new life to a 1930s church built of local stone and adorned with decorative elements, allowing this landmark to maintain its civic and community presence beneath a soaring vaulted roof highlighted by French and Italian stained-glass windows.

Ryder Architecture, in collaboration with Prime Consultant RJC Engineers, is honoured to have been awarded a Vancouver Heritage Award for conserving the St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church. In consultation with heritage consultants Donald Luxton & Associates, the renewal of this landmark incorporates a complex process of improving the building's envelope performance, seismic resiliency, and accessibility. While the building successfully integrates numerous technical upgrades, it is a tremendous honour for the project team to be a part of preserving Vancouver’s architectural heritage.