Smith + Andersen
Three new principals have joined the Smith + Andersen partnership. The consulting engineering firm has also appointed three associate principals and one associate. Dugan Doherty, P.Eng., is an electrical and lighting engineer who joined Smith + Andersen in 2013. As…
During its current virtual conference, ASHRAE has announced which members it is recognizing this year for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the organization and the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC+R) industry, including several Canadians. The Dan Mills Chapter…
Toronto’s York University recently broke ground on the first dedicated structure for its school of continuing studies, which has seen more than 1,000% growth in its professional program enrolments over five years. The 97,000-sf twisted building, located at the university’s…
On June 3, Canada Clean Air Day, consulting engineering firm Smith + Andersen celebrated the installation of what is reportedly the first carbon dioxide (CO2) reducing air scrubber in a Canadian commercial building. The installation is located on the 10th…
As the ASHRAE Winter Conference kicked off on the weekend, the association recognized its members’ outstanding achievements and contributions to the built environment, including those of three Canadian engineers. First, the society elevated 33 members to the grade of Fellow.…
Canadian consulting engineering firm Smith + Andersen has appointed two new associates and two new senior associates. Jonas Liang, P.Eng. (pictured above), has been promoted to associate at the firm’s Vancouver office. He has more than 13 years’ experience in…
A new academic building actively demonstrates technologies in the same engineering disciplines for which its students are being prepared.
Elaine Guenette, P.Eng., and David Hultman, P.Eng. are the latest principals of the firm—Guenette in Ottawa and Hultman in Vancouver.
The national firm announces eight appointments across offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa and Toronto.
The successful proponent will be announced in 2020, with construction to start months later.
Government investing $3.9 million toward the construction of the Sifton Properties’ Helio building, a mixed-use, multi-unit residential high-rise in the West 5 sustainable community, a projected $57,608,500 project.
The energy savings is generated mainly from recovering compressor waste heat to provide water heating for the indoor pool and using exhaust air to preheat incoming outdoor air.
The seventh location of the sustainability arm of the Smith + Andersen group of companies is being led by Christianne Aussant.
“We were committed to pursuing sustainable design strategies, with a goal to achieve a minimum LEED Silver rating and are pleased to have surpassed our original goal by meeting the requirements to achieve Gold certification,” said Bill Bailey, Halton Healthcare’s senior vice president of Redevelopment and Facilities.
Cho will be providing added leadership to the West coast office’s growing mechanical team.
The new nine-level building is one of U of T’s most energy-efficient—meeting or exceeding many Tier 2 Toronto Green Standard performance measures.
Three new associate principals, four new senior associates, and one new associate announced at the national consulting engineering firm.
The new principals are all in Toronto, two members of the mechanical team (Bram Atlin and Tony Spina) and one with the electrical team (James Back).
Held annually since 2013, Eco Jam has led to the planting of more than 10,000 trees across Ontario.
The 14-room courthouse will include three Supreme Court courtrooms, eight Provincial Court courtrooms and three judicial conference rooms.
The company recently announced the appointment of four senior associates and six new associates.
Ian Grannary, P.Eng., associate principal will lead the firm’s recently relocated downtown office.
“Achieving total completion within seven months of substantial completion on a project of this scope speaks volumes about the collaboration and respect exhibited by all partners.”
Victoria Walsh joins the Vancouver intelligent integrated systems team, and Ed daSilva becomes an associate in Edmonton.
Sustainable design features include a rainfall recycling system, green roof and an electronic rolling blind system to control the amount of light and solar gain coming through the glass façade.
Mechanical, electrical, communications, and security design for Humber River Hospital.
Since the first show in 2013, the event has raised funds to contribute to the planting of well over 10,000 trees.
A team from Montreal claimed the refrigeration project excellence award for an oil transfer and recycling system for ammonia (R-717) refrigeration installations within local hockey arenas.