SABMag | Winter 2022
Located on a narrow brownfield site on the Kelowna campus of Okanagan College, the Health Sciences Centre includes technology-enhanced and student-centred labs, classrooms, and offices for health and social development programs.
Canadian Property Management | January 2022
Violet Lim, BSc (Chem), BSc (Eng), P.Eng., LEED® Green Associate | Project Engineer
Basement leaks are a common issue in older, smaller residential buildings. Annoying and potentially costly for owners, they aren’t necessarily a sign that the building was poorly constructed. “Time works against older buildings,” explains Violet Lim, Project Engineer with RJC Engineers.
CCI Grand River Chapter - Blog | January 2022
Jordan Swail, BESC, P.Eng., BSS | Project Engineer
Around this time of year, many condominium owners, directors, and managers ask us: why are my windows dripping with water? Condensation is a common issue for older condominium windows and even some new windows. Here are some tips to better deal with condensation:
Retail Insider | January 11, 2022
Some big changes are coming to CF Toronto Eaton Centre after landlord Cadillac Fairview announced major investments for upgrades over the next couple of years.
Canadian Architect | January 2022
Michael MacLean, BSc, PEng., LEED® AP O+M, CCCA | Associate
Vancouver’s monumental St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church, just a decade shy of its forthcoming centennial, is reinvigorated with new life by Ryder Architecture, in collaboration with RJC Engineers.
Concrete Repair Bulletin | November/December 2021
Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) repair and restoration projects can present uniquely challenging environments and the Gold Bar Digester No. 3 was no exception.
ReNew | November/December 2021
Meredith Anderson, P.Eng. Struct.Eng., MSCE | Associate
Vancouver's new Fire Hall 17 reflects the city's design challenge to build a structure that meets the design certification requirements of the Canada Green Building Council's Zero Carbon Building Program, one of 16 such pilot projects in Canada.
SABMag | Fall 2021
The genesis for Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE) came out of a College resolution to divest of the original 1970s infrastructure that no longer supported the progressive values of the College. The original building on site was no longer sustainable, both pedagogically and from the perspective of energy use.
Canadian Consulting Engineer | September 30, 2021
A mini-conference drew more than 500 registrants from across Canada.