Canadian Consulting Engineer

Entuitive opens office in Vancouver

July 26, 2017

The leadership team in Vancouver includes Mike Lembke and Julien Fagnan.

Privately-held Canadian consulting engineering firm Entuitive has announced the opening of an office in Vancouver. The new space, located at 789 W Pender Street, suite 1205, in downtown Vancouver is the company’s seventh location and part of an overall team of 200 engineers, building envelope specialists, technologists and staff.

Entuitives other locations include Toronto, Calgary and Edmonton in Canada, London and Edinburgh in the UK and New York in the U.S.

“Vancouver is an important market for the design, engineering and construction industry in Canada,” says Brock Schroeder, managing director at Entuitive. “Our firm brings a new perspective, backed by decades of experience. It’s in our DNA to collaborate closely with clients and leverage innovations in engineering to creatively solve design and construction challenges.”


Mike Lembke, B.Arch.Sc., P.L. (Eng.), LEED AP
principal, building envelope

The leadership team in Vancouver includes Mike Lembke (principal, building envelope) and Julien Fagnan (principal, structural engineering). Both Lembke and Fagnan have garnered considerable experience in the industry and bring a wide portfolio of notable project work.

“I am truly excited that we are now next door to our clients in Vancouver,” said Lembke, who has over 17 years of building envelope consulting experience with projects completed across Canada, the U.S. and the UK. “We are now officially part of the Vancouver community and I look forward to bringing the Entuitive experience to our clients in the city.”


Julien Fagnan, Ph.D., P.Eng.
principal, structural engineering

Fagnan brings over 25 years of structural engineering experience in Vancouver. His portfolio includes the Richmond Olympic Oval Roof, Mountain Equipment Co-op Head Office, CIRS at UBC, Surrey City Centre Library, and the 3 Civic Plaza mixed-use development and SFU’s new Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering building in Surrey.






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