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RJC’s Leadership Grows in 2019

Earlier this year RJC Engineers announced the appointment of four new principals and seven new associates to its leadership teams across the country.


Earlier this year RJC Engineers announced the appointment of four new principals and seven new associates to its leadership teams across the country.

The four new principals are:

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Michael Blackman

Michael Blackman, P.Eng., RJC Kelowna (structural engineering/building science & restoration) especially known in the public sector and for his diverse experience on building projects ranging from recreational facilities, schools, retail facilities and airports through to commercial and residential mid- to high-rise facilities.

Kevin Maclean

Kevin Maclean, P.Eng., Toronto (structural engineering), specializes in the design of tall and complex structures and has broad expertise in tall/slender structures.

James Munro

James Munro, P.Eng., Vancouver (structural engineering) has a specialized interest and knowledge base in school design, upgrades and seismic studies. He has managed complex retail projects, acquired a sound understanding of steel design, and worked on numerous residential and resort projects throughout North America.

Mark Ritchie

Mark Ritchie, P.Eng., Calgary (structural engineering) has worked on the structural design and construction review of a wide variety of technically demanding projects in Canada and the U.S. His work includes high rise office and residential towers, parkades, recreation facilities and bridges.

The seven new associates with the firm are: Paul Fritze, P.Eng., Toronto (building science & restoration); Geoff Kallweit, P.Eng., Calgary (structural engineering); Colin MacMillan, P.Eng., Vancouver (structural engineering); Nigel Parker, P.Eng., Toronto (building science & restoration); Kyl Schonknecht, P.Eng., Calgary (structural engineering); Creag Vogel, P.Eng., Edmonton (structural engineering); and Dan Weber, P.Eng., Victoria (structural engineering).

 


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