Ontario-based McIntosh Perry has been active, more than doubling in size over the past two years. Canadian Consulting Engineer spoke with Gus Sarrouh, company CEO, about the recent activity and the firm’s plans for the future.
As explained in Ontario’s Tall Wood Building Reference, fire risk assessment is a useful tool for comparing the fire-safety performance of a proposed alternative solution for a tall wood building against a code-compliant acceptable solution of noncombustible construction.
“The project was a great example of the transfer of knowledge to the local community, and the positive socio-economic impact on the region, thanks to the reduction of travel time from Jammu & Kashmir to Punjab by over four hours was impressive.” –Jury
From the October/November 2017 print issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer, p. 29 The World Trade Center Transportation Hub (Oculus) in New York City is striking in its architecture, and it was extremely complicated to build. The project pushed the boundaries…
“The project represents a holistic design and a sophisticated integration of mechanical, acoustic and structural engineering. The building is also significant for its transformation of a condemned historical building and creating an iconic site that has become a catalyst for the re-development of one of the oldest areas in Calgary.” –Jury
“We were impressed with the project’s innovative and complex engineering. In particular, the technical elements such as the production, testing and selection of the steel for the pipe and the tunnel’s depth of 55 meters below grade.” –Jury