SABMag | Summer 2022
This 5,800 m2, five-storey, 145-unit mass timber structure was first occupied by 300 athletes who attended the Canada Winter Games in 2019. However, the long-term purpose of the building was always to house Red Deer Polytechnic’s growing student population.
The How of Wow - APEGA | May 2022
Geoff Kallweit, BSc, P.Eng. | Associate
Setting foot on the Columbia Icefield Skywalk answers a simple but extraordinary question: What if you could do more than look at a landscape — what if you could become part of it? Standing on the glass walkway 280m above the Sunwapta Valley floor, the bracing winds, roaring waterfalls, and towering mountain spires grip the senses and ignite the imagination.
Urban Toronto | May 17, 2022
Michael Pond, BESc, P.Eng. | Principal
RJC Engineers is acting as prime consultant for a handful of the City's shelter projects. RJC are structural engineers and building scientists, but their role in the shelter project is related to another area of their expertise, which is consulting on restoration and renovation work.
Sealant and Waterproofing Association of Canada (SWA) Bulletin | Spring 2022
Jeremy Horst, CET, LEED® AP | Principal
I am pleased to open the page on the first edition of the SWA Bulletin. We are always seeking new and engaging ways to connect with our members and this is another step towards that mission.
Daily Commercial News | April 28, 2022
Tibor Kokai, MSc, PhD, P.Eng. | Principal Emeritus
PCL Construction, RJC Engineers, B+H Architects and Walters Group joined forces earlier this month to contribute to the Let's Make History Again, a fundraiser in support of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
SABMag | Spring 2022
Designed to feel like it is part of the surrounding forest, the Clayton Community Centre focuses on meeting the current and evolving needs of residents, with social gathering spaces that help foster wellness, connection and resilience.
Daily Commercial News | April 13, 2022
RJC Engineers wood experts discuss projects that feature interesting wood curves
People who think wood is a building material of convention, best specified for straight columns, beams and flat floor panels aligned in a regular grid are missing the boat on its broad range of possibilities. Wood and mass timber buildings with unusual geometries or sweeping curves are not only possible but are gaining a following among progressive design teams.
Concrete International | April 2022
Gold Bar Digester No. 3
The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) announced the winners of its 2021 Project Awards. Three finalists were chosen for the Project of the Year and the winner was announced at the annual awards luncheon presentation on October 12, 2021.
Award Magazine | March 2022
The Red Fish Healing Centre for Mental Health & Addiction in Coquitlam, B.C. is so much more than a treatment facility: from the site on which it stands, its design, and the artwork inside, to its technology and systems, and innovative care model, the sensitive approach taken with each and every aspect of this project has resulted in an outstanding first-ofits- kind healing centre that celebrates a highly unique model of care – one based on decades of research, experience, and expertise in treating the most complex forms of mental health and substance use relating specifically to this complex population.
Award Magazine | March 2022
Nick Trovato, BSc, MEng, P.Eng. FEC, FGC (Hon.) | Managing Principal
It’s becoming a familiar but welcome statement in construction circles, this time voiced by Nick Trovato, managing principal, RJC Engineers as it pertains to restoration work. Trovato says, “Last year was very busy despite COVID, and the same is proving true for 2022.