GTA & Beyond | November 2015
Philip Sarvinis, BASc, P.Eng. | Managing Principal

The short engineering answer is there’s too much snow when the design capacity of the roof has been exceeded. However, to the non-engineer who is tasked with maintaining the building, the answer depends on the geographic location of the building, its construction, exposure to its surroundings and whether the number of freeze-thaw cycles experienced during the season has caused ice to form on the building’s roof.

REMI Network | March 2015
Michael Pond, P.Eng. | Principal

Data suggests that a condominium corporation should expect to spend between $100 and $500 per parking stall per year in order to keep its parking garage in good working order and build up savings for long-term renewal of the garage’s moisture protection systems. That’s the equivalent of $15,000 to $75,000 per year — or $8 to $42 per month per stall — for a building with 150 parking stalls.

South China Morning Post | February 2014
RJC Engineers

Bringing clients’ visions to life through its expert knowledge of materials and impressive portfolio, Read Jones Christoffersen (RJC Engineers) is emerging as the largest independent Canadian –owned consulting engineering firm of its kind in the world. Structural design and restoration of building of all types and sizes…